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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby Tyrone_Shoelaces on Sat Oct 04, 2008 1:15 pm

My vision for a reboot is Daredevil beating the shit out of Tom Rothman.
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Re: Daredevil Reboot

Postby TheButcher on Sun Sep 27, 2009 11:44 pm

From EMPIRE:
Daredevil Reboot Confirmed
Owen Williams wrote:Another day, another Marvel story. But hidden in the ho-hum news from Variety that another Nicolas Cage-starring Ghost Rider is certainly on the way, is the rather more tantalising news that a re-start for Daredevil is in the works.

Let's get Ghost Rider out of the way first: David Goyer has yet to sign anything, but word is he'll be getting story credit on the second film and overseeing the writing, which is slightly odd because it seems to be based on one of his own scripts that's been gathering dust for several years. Maybe it needs re-tooling but he's not quite up for doing that job himself. It's once again a Columbia project, to be produced by Avi Arad, Michael DeLuca and Steven Paul. And it's widely expected, given what he's said before, that it'll be Nicolas Cage riding through your town with his head on fire for the second time.

But here's the line that made us go hmmmm (in a positive way). Marvel are "quietly developing a new version of Daredevil". No other details of writers or producers or potential directors or stars (although we know it won't be Ben Affleck, who's been vocal about how he felt stung by the reaction to the original). But it's the first proper confirmation we've had that Daredevil v.2.0 is anywhere near happening.

We'd like to stress that the first Daredevil, especially in Director's Cut form, isn't at all bad: kind of on the borderline between noble failure and moderate success. So it always felt unfortunate that it didn't get to develop and improve as a franchise. Mark Steven Johnson's (he made Ghost Rider too) film concerned itself mostly with Frank Miller's Elektra arc (to the extent that she got her own spinoff) although there were elements from more recent runs.

But there are certainly more Hornhead stories to tell. Kevin Smith's Guardian Devil is well-regarded and popular, and had narrative repercussions several years down the line, even if it goes off the rails a bit at the end with the big reveal of an incongruous superbaddie (we won't tell you who). And then there's Brian Michael Bendis' recent sagas, in which Matt Murdock is publicly outed as Daredevil by the Kingpin, and Daredevil declares himself as kingpin of Hell's Kitchen.

He's a superhero whose defining characteristic is a disability (he's blind), which was always an interesting twist on the genre. And the noirish crime environment he stayed in since Miller put him there, more or less differentiates him from the rest of Marvel's pantheon (with the possible exception of the rather different Punisher).


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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby burlivesleftnut on Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:11 am

Get Francis Ford Coppola to direct and Ryan Gosling to star. Make it noir, gritty and seemingly hopeless.
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Daredevil Reboot

Postby TheButcher on Mon Sep 28, 2009 3:22 am

Get Ed Brubaker and Brian Michael Bendis to write the script.
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DAREDEVIL REBOOT

Postby TheButcher on Fri Feb 05, 2010 7:36 pm

From /film:
Fox Hires Writer to Reboot Daredevil
We’ve known that this would be happening, but a last-minute Friday report from Mike Fleming at Deadline Hollywood confirms Daredevil as the latest superhero reboot. David Scarpa, writer of The Last Castle and Fox’s The Day the Earth Stood Still remake, is scripting. No other talent is announced at this point. Peter Chernin, who is also working on that new Planet of the Apes movie, is producing.

Just in case you have any doubt about how things will go with other Marvel character movies lodged at studios like Fox, Fleming notes that this reboot is going forward for one simple reason: unless Fox moves forward with Daredevil the studio risks losing the character to Marvel/Disney. Yeah, that means we’ll still be hearing about Fantastic Four and likely Silver Surfer movies at some point, too. (The LA Times followed up with a report about the reboot, but doesn’t offer any other new info)
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Re: DAREDEVIL REBOOT

Postby TheButcher on Fri Feb 05, 2010 7:48 pm

From Deadline Hollywood Friday February 5, 2010:
EXCLUSIVE: Latest Marvel Hero To Reboot
MIKE FLEMING wrote:It's Daredevil, the movie named after the sight-challenged hero played originally by Ben Affleck. Regency is mounting the remake with former News Corp No. 2 Peter Chernin producing. Writing the redo is screenwriter David Scarpa, who scripted The Day The Earth Stood Still for Fox, which will distribute Daredevil 2.0 or whatever it's going to be called. The reason this is happening is simple: Hollywood studios with Marvel superheroes need to keep reinventing these Marvel movie franchises or the rights revert back to Disney-based Marvel. Fortunately, the properties are as resilient as the indestructible superheroes themselves.



From Variety Wed., Sep. 23, 2009:
Columbia revs up second 'Ghost Rider' - David Goyer is in talks to pen the film
Michael Fleming wrote:The Marvel universe is going to be a very busy place for the next few years.

Columbia Pictures is the latest studio to rev up a Marvel project on the heels of Disney's pact to acquire Marvel Entertainment in a $4 billion deal.

Col is working on a second installment of "Ghost Rider," with David Goyer in early talks to create the story and supervise writers for a film expected to once again star Nicolas Cage. Former Marvel topper Avi Arad, Michael De Luca and Steven Paul are producing, with Gary Foster as exec producer.

The "Ghost Rider" push comes amid a flurry of activity with Marvel characters at Sony, Fox, Universal and Paramount. The movement is necessary for those studios to retain rights to their respective Marvel superheroes. If the properties languish, the rights can be reclaimed by Marvel Entertainment, which is what happened with such properties as Dr. Strange, Black Panther and Iron Man. Iron Man was gathering dust at New Line for some time before Marvel turned the property into a self-financed blockbuster last year.

Fox is rebooting "Fantastic Four" with "Green Lantern" scribe Michael Green and producer Akiva Goldsman; mobilizing a "Wolverine" sequel and several "X-Men" spinoffs; quietly developing a new version of "Daredevil"; and working on a Silver Surfer film.

Sony recently set James Vanderbilt to write the fifth and sixth installments in the "Spider-Man" series, and Universal continues work on "Sub-Mariner." Par continues as distributor for "Iron Man 2," and other Marvel superhero pics at the studio are expected to include "Thor" and "Captain America."

Through a spokesman, Goyer said he hadn't signed on to a second "Ghost Rider" yet. But plans are already under way to base the sequel on a "Ghost Rider" script written years ago by Goyer, whose superhero work includes hit screen transfers of DC's "Batman Begins" and Marvel's "Blade" franchise. The original "Ghost Rider" was scripted by director Mark Steven Johnson.

Arad told Daily Variety that Hollywood's unquenchable interest in Marvel properties and the pricetag that the company is fetching from Disney is a validation of the strategy that he and Ike Perlmutter executed at Marvel starting in the early 1990s. Arad ran Marvel from 1993 through 2007, when he left to start a film company with son Ari just after Marvel locked in a $525 million credit facility.

Arad said he left because he was exhausted and because he was convinced that his No. 2, Kevin Feige, was ready to take over. Arad's confidence in Feige is reinforced by the fact that the exec has emerged as a possible replacement for Disney film topper Dick Cook after making a strong impression on Disney topper Bob Iger during the acquisition negotiations that concluded in late August (Daily Variety, Sept. 1).

Arad said the current demand for Marvel properties stands in sharp contrast to the company's fortunes in the late 1990s, when it was in bankruptcy and Arad and Perlmutter persuaded creditors to spurn an offer of $350 million in cash from Carl Icahn. Arad was convinced at the time that "Spider-Man" alone could be turned into a billion-dollar movie enterprise. Since that time, "X-Men" and "Blade" have also joined the billion-dollar B.O. club, and "Iron Man" is well on its way.

Arad mentioned Dr. Strange, Nick Fury, Power Pack, Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers as prime movie properties.

"I had this poster of the Marvel universe, with these beautifully drawn characters, and we used to say you could throw a dart, hit a character and make a hit movie under the Marvel brand," Arad said. "There is a long list yet to be unleashed. I think this will look like a smart deal over time because Disney is a company that knows how to exploit a brand."

Arad is separately developing a slate that includes the Catherine Hardwicke-directed adaptation of the James Patterson book series "Maximum Ride" at Columbia and "Ghost in the Shell" for DreamWorks. Arad has also secured rights to make a CG-animated feature based on the venerable strongman Popeye.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheBaxter on Tue Feb 09, 2010 2:07 am

TheBaxter CAN'T WAIT to do Jennifer Garner
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby smddoc1 on Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:48 pm

Milla Jovovich should be Electra. She'd be perfect for it.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheBaxter on Thu Feb 18, 2010 1:50 pm

milla jovovich should do me. she'd be perfect for it.

and by "it" i mean my penis.
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Re: DAREDEVIL REBOOT

Postby TheButcher on Sun Mar 06, 2011 12:51 am

From Latino Review:
Director Xavier Gens Expresses His Vision for a ‘Daredevil’ Reboot - Not officially the director of the film, but he has ideas for it.
Gig Patta wrote:Since Twentieth Century Fox and New Regency announced the reboot plans for “Daredevil” last month, director Xavier Gens (“Hitman”) decided to reveal his vision for this comic book film.

In an interview with Marvel Facebook’s page, he discussed some ideas on how he would approach the reboot of the film.

“If I have to make a Daredevil movie, I will take a completely different direction. My vision of the character is much more a drama,” he said.

He continued to outline his plot ideas for the reboot. He apologized for his poor English in the beginning of the interview.

“There will be a first part in the childhood of Matt Murdock and the universe of Hell Kitchen. Something in the universe of the first Rocky Balboa. [It] is the story of a poor family of Hell Kitchen [in which] the father is a loser [and] the mother is sick and she died. The father has to [raise] his son alone. He became an outlaw [and then] he made a fight to win money. And one day he is killed by the mobs,” he continued. “Alone, Matt Murdock goes to an orphanage and that’s where he got into his accident. And there is a long re-education because he became blind and he has to learn a new sensory with a very realistic point of view. And he became better and better [with his new found skills]. And then he made lawyer his study.”

So if he had to choose an actor for Daredevil, who should it be?

“For Daredevil, I think Sam Worthington could be very great and intense for this character. For the villain, it depends on the story,” he said.

Officially, no has been named as director for the reboot film. Gens has expressed publicly he is a fan and would like the opportunity to be involved with the project.

Scriptwriter David Scarpa (“The Day the Earth Stood Still”) is currently writing the script with Peter Chernin (“Rise of the Apes”) producing the film.

It would reboot the 2003’s “Daredevil” film that starred Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and Colin Farrell. That film was directed by Mark Steven Johnson.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheButcher on Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:29 pm

VARIETY EXCLUSIVE:

David Slade to direct next 'Daredevil' pic
Rachel Abrams wrote:David Slade will direct the next film in the "Daredevil" story for 20th Century Fox.

Peter Chernin's Chernin Entertainment will produce.

Sources close to the project tell Variety that the untitled film will be a continuation of the superhero pic, and will not contain material from the Ben Affleck-toplined version released by Fox in 2003.

Slade had been in talks to direct "Wolverine," which eventually landed with Darren Aronofsky.

Slade's previous credits include "The Twilight Saga" and "30 Days of Night."
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheButcher on Tue Mar 15, 2011 11:28 pm

VARIETY EXCLUSIVE:

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David Slade to direct next 'Daredevil' pic
Rachel Abrams & Marc Graser wrote:David Slade has been tapped to put Daredevil back on the bigscreen for 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment.

Fox introduced the Marvel Comics superhero at megaplexes in 2003, in an actioner that starred Ben Affleck as the blind lawyer-turned-vigilante who wears a red suit and wields a billyclub. Reviews were mixed at best.

Though the film wound up spinning off "Elektra" with Jennifer Garner, studio had hoped "Daredevil" would earn more than its $103 million domestic take and launch a series of sequels. Fox has been looking to redevelop the character since, but people close to the project say it's not a reboot per se -- more a continuation of the "Daredevil" saga. Studio has yet to hire a scribe, but writer would work closely with Slade.

Fox retained "Daredevil" rights by keeping the project in development over the years; had it not, rights would've reverted to Marvel Studios, which Disney acquired for $4 billion in 2009. Same goes for "Fantastic Four," for which Fox is eyeing new installments.

Though Daredevil doesn't rank as one of Marvel's most popular properties, character does have a following.

Created by Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett in 1964, Matt Murdock is a New York City lawyer who, after being blinded by radioactive material, finds his other senses heightened to superhuman levels and becomes Daredevil -- the "man without fear."

Slade has been considering several comicbook properties, including Fox's "Wolverine," but that gig wound up going to Darren Aronofsky ("Black Swan").

Slade most recently directed "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," which earned $698 million at the worldwide box office. His credits also include Sony's "30 Days of Night" and Lionsgate's "Hard Candy."

Slade is attached to Phoenix Pictures' horror pic "The Last Voyage of the Demeter."

He is repped by WME and Anonymous Content.
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Re: DAREDEVIL REBOOT

Postby Ribbons on Tue Mar 15, 2011 11:49 pm

TheButcher wrote:From Latino Review:
Director Xavier Gens Expresses His Vision for a ‘Daredevil’ Reboot - Not officially the director of the film, but he has ideas for it.
Gig Patta wrote:Since Twentieth Century Fox and New Regency announced the reboot plans for “Daredevil” last month, director Xavier Gens (“Hitman”) decided to reveal his vision for this comic book film.

In an interview with Marvel Facebook’s page, he discussed some ideas on how he would approach the reboot of the film.

“If I have to make a Daredevil movie, I will take a completely different direction. My vision of the character is much more a drama,” he said.

He continued to outline his plot ideas for the reboot. He apologized for his poor English in the beginning of the interview.

“There will be a first part in the childhood of Matt Murdock and the universe of Hell Kitchen. Something in the universe of the first Rocky Balboa. [It] is the story of a poor family of Hell Kitchen [in which] the father is a loser [and] the mother is sick and she died. The father has to [raise] his son alone. He became an outlaw [and then] he made a fight to win money. And one day he is killed by the mobs,” he continued. “Alone, Matt Murdock goes to an orphanage and that’s where he got into his accident. And there is a long re-education because he became blind and he has to learn a new sensory with a very realistic point of view. And he became better and better [with his new found skills]. And then he made lawyer his study.”

So if he had to choose an actor for Daredevil, who should it be?

“For Daredevil, I think Sam Worthington could be very great and intense for this character. For the villain, it depends on the story,” he said.

Officially, no has been named as director for the reboot film. Gens has expressed publicly he is a fan and would like the opportunity to be involved with the project.

Scriptwriter David Scarpa (“The Day the Earth Stood Still”) is currently writing the script with Peter Chernin (“Rise of the Apes”) producing the film.

It would reboot the 2003’s “Daredevil” film that starred Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and Colin Farrell. That film was directed by Mark Steven Johnson.


Beat-wise, that sounds almost the same as the first Daredevil. :? Obviously the devil's in the details (which will probably be a line uttered in the movie), but I don't see how it's a completely different direction. And Sam Worthington, really?

I guess it doesn't matter anymore, since they hired a new director. Apparently Fox really wants to be in the David Slade business. I'm not a huge fan, but I guess it could be worse. Still, it'll be interesting to see if the project actually develops now or if they're just continuing to stall in order to hold on to the rights.
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Re:Daredevil Continues

Postby TheButcher on Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:48 am

Is David Slade really going to reboot 'Daredevil,' and if so, why? - It's all about the benjamins, folks
Drew McWeeny wrote:If you're asking yourself why 20th Century Fox is moving ahead with a new "Daredevil" movie, it's simple. If they don't make another movie, the rights will eventually revert to Marvel Studios, and they'll be able to reclaim their character and do whatever they want with it. They could happily drop Daredevil into an "Avengers" movie, whether it makes sense or not, if they owned the character outright.

Instead, Fox is going to do whatever they can to hold onto the character, and that means they have to make a new movie about Matt Murdock and Daredevil and the Kingpin and whatever other characters they hope to keep control of in the future. It's the same reason there's a "Spider-Man" reboot being made at Sony, and it's the reason we'll see another "Fantastic Four" film even if no one asks for it. It's the reason there's a "Ghost Rider 2" coming. The studios who own the various Marvel characters that were in production before Marvel started doing things for themselves are never ever going to willingly give up their hold on those characters, just in case.

"Daredevil" may not have been a hit, critically or commercially, but the character has existed long enough that Fox recognizes that there's at least a chance. Maybe they didn't get it right the first time. Maybe they won't get it right this time. Does't matter. As long as they have the rights, they can keep trying to get it right, as many times as they want.

Variety reports that David Slade, one of the many directors who was in the running for both the new "Superman" and the new "Wolverine," has landed the job this time to bring "Daredevil" back to screens, and that he'll simply be telling another Daredevil story without making a direct sequel to the 2003 film that Mark Steven Johnson made. Slade is best known for "Twilight: Eclipse," but started his career with smaller genre fare like "Hard Candy" and "30 Days Of Night." Like many interesting directors who are not also writers, Slade finds himself in the hard position today of being offered numerous jobs, none of which actually sound like something he wants to do. He's talented, but he's stuck making movies that are part of the system. Before he made "Twilight: Eclipse," he famously posted a tweet mocking "New Moon" and expressing pure disdain for that entire franchise. Then he's offered the gig and the first thing he does is explain that he was kidding and he's really a big fan, and then he's off and running.

It's sad to watch on all fronts, and it's another reminder that this is simply the way things work right now. If you want to complain, you have to stop rewarding them automatically for every bit of fanboy gristle they throw us, and a "Daredevil" reboot seems like a good place to start to me.

Let me ask… does anyone really feel like this is a film they need to see? I'd be curious to see if "Daredevil" fans feel like Fox will handle it any better their second time at bat.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby Spandau Belly on Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:56 am

I don't believe a remotely credible film can be made about a blind ninja lawyer who dresses like satan.

You can throw whatever amount and combination of talent you want at this thing, sometimes the limits are right there in the source material. This character just feels like a really stupid idea. Like they took Batman and added a bunch of bells and whistles that just clutter everything up and make it goofy/goofier.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheBaxter on Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:43 am

i can't wait for 3 or 4 years from now, when they make a Jonah Hex "reboot" just because there's a danger of the rights to the character falling back to Marvel. what an excellent reason to make a movie.

in the meantime, i'm still waiting for my ROM and Moon Knight movies, dammit.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby Peven on Wed Mar 16, 2011 6:16 pm

Spandau Belly wrote:I don't believe a remotely credible film can be made about a blind ninja lawyer who dresses like satan.

You can throw whatever amount and combination of talent you want at this thing, sometimes the limits are right there in the source material. This character just feels like a really stupid idea. Like they took Batman and added a bunch of bells and whistles that just clutter everything up and make it goofy/goofier.


if done right, and using source the material, they could actually produce a movie that is Batman trimmed down, without all those bells and whistles and anything else he can strap to that bat-gadget belt or pack in his bat-car, or bat-boat, or bat-cycle, or...whatever. Daredevil is a much more austere superhero than Batman, relies much less on any gadgets or gimmicks or bells and whistles and more on pure ability and skill.

the character of Stick as DD's mentor is one that Johnson failed to utilize and DD's conflict with The Hand as depicted in the comics was left untouched in Johnson's movie as well. i wish they had the balls give the green-light to redo the Frank Miller storyline that Johnson covered only this time do it right, and that would mean planning on a 2 or 3 movie spread, with Bullseye killing Elektra somewhere in the middle, during the 2nd movie of a trilogy or at the end of the 1st of 2 movies.

hand to hand, mano e mano, DD wins in a scrap with Batman, too :-P
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby DennisMM on Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:18 pm

Not the Batman of The Dark Knight Returns. He's vicious.

Bax, Jonah Hex is a DC character.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby buster00 on Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:47 pm

Peven wrote:if done right, and using source the material, they could actually produce a movie that is Batman trimmed down, without all those bells and whistles and anything else he can strap to that bat-gadget belt or pack in his bat-car, or bat-boat, or bat-cycle, or...whatever. Daredevil is a much more austere superhero than Batman, relies much less on any gadgets or gimmicks or bells and whistles and more on pure ability and skill.


Yeah, but you do remember DD has superpowers, right? That whole "mutagen-heightened senses" thing? The "360-degree radar sense" bit? Batman's got none of that. Nothing except the utmost human skill and the gadgets.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby Spandau Belly on Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:27 am

Sorry, I just think the character has way too much going on.

You can make ZATOCIHI.
You can make BATMAN.
You can make PERRY MASON.
But you can't really make all of those one guy and still put every aspect of those characters to use in a standard length movie. Something's got to go. If it were up to me, the whole blind asskicker seems like the most important part, so I'd probably dump the lawyer aspect of his character.

And I kinda forget the movie. Was Jennifer Garner also a ninja lawyer, or was she just a ninja?

I'll admit, I had a good laugh at the scene where they're flirting by doing acrobatics on the seesaw. I think if they're going to do another movie they need to go full camp and make every scene that silly. Other than that scene, it seemed like only Colin Farrell understood how to make the silliness of the whole thing entertaining.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby Peven on Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:29 am

buster00 wrote:
Peven wrote:if done right, and using source the material, they could actually produce a movie that is Batman trimmed down, without all those bells and whistles and anything else he can strap to that bat-gadget belt or pack in his bat-car, or bat-boat, or bat-cycle, or...whatever. Daredevil is a much more austere superhero than Batman, relies much less on any gadgets or gimmicks or bells and whistles and more on pure ability and skill.


Yeah, but you do remember DD has superpowers, right? That whole "mutagen-heightened senses" thing? The "360-degree radar sense" bit? Batman's got none of that. Nothing except the utmost human skill and the gadgets.



aahh, but if you read through that Frank Miller run and see all that Stick has to say you learn that DD's "power" of radar would be little without his own, trained and disciplined mental focus and martial arts training
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheBaxter on Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:15 am

DennisMM wrote:Not the Batman of The Dark Knight Returns. He's vicious.

Bax, Jonah Hex is a DC character.


which would make it even worse if the rights were to revert back to Marvel.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby TheButcher on Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:05 am

From SHH:
David Slade Comments on Daredevil
We confirmed last Wednesday that he is in talks to direct the Daredevil reboot for 20th Century Fox. Slade posted the following about the movie on his account:

So without breaking confidentiality, yes Daredevil, we have a great outline for a very strong character driven take on Mr Matt Murdock.

It will bare no relation to the previous Daredevil movie in any way. We are at early planning stages and have not yet discussed any cast.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

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Daredevil "Born Again"

Postby TheButcher on Tue Jun 07, 2011 10:45 pm

Fox's 'Daredevil' Relaunch Hires 'Fringe' Writer Brad Caleb Kane
Borys Kit wrote: With X-Men: First Class having successfully relaunched its X-Men frachise, Fox is turning its attention to the reboot of Daredevil, the blind but sonar-powered Marvel superhero last played on screen by Ben Affleck in 2003.

Brad Caleb Kane, a writer-producer on cult Fox TV show Fringe, has been hired to pen the franchise’s relaunch, which has high ambitions: Kane is being asked to adapt one of the most influential and acclaimed comic stories of all time, Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli’s "Born Again" run from Daredevil.

Fox is tackling the prpject with Regency.

David Slade is developing and attached to direct the new Daredevil movie. Peter Chernin and Dylan Clark of Chernin Entertainment are producing.

While Kane only has one produced feature to his credit -- he worked on the crime drama Brooklyn’s Finest -- the scribe has gained a following around town for that strong script. He worked on DreamWorks’ View-Master movie, a Richard Pryor biopic that has Bill Condon attached to direct, and a draft of The Historian, Columbia’s planned adaptation of the Elizabeth Kostova vampire novel.

Kane is a Daredevil fan, and his energy and passion for the material helped him nab the job, according to insiders.
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Postby TheButcher on Wed Jun 08, 2011 6:18 am

'Daredevil' reboot gets a screenwriter, settles on 'Born Again' storyline
David Slade may direct the best-known storyline from the comic

Drew "Moriarty" McWeeny wrote:Has 20th Century Fox finally turned a corner in terms of the way they're handling their various superhero properties?

Anyone who sat through "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and "X-Men: First Class" would have to ask that question, because they are such radically different ways of handling the same basic material that it doesn't seem possible that the same people are behind both films.

David Slade, one of the directors who came close to directing "The Wolverine" before Darren Aronofsky got the job, obviously made a strong impression on the upper brass at Fox, because they ended up hiring him for "Daredevil" instead. While some might view that project as tainted goods, Slade seemed genuinely excited by the opportunity, and he's been playing his cards pretty close to his vest over the last couple of months.

Tonight, thanks to the news breaking about the hiring of Brad Caleb Kane to write the film, we also have our first look at what it is that Slade has in mind for the reboot, and it looks like he's going straight for the best-known story from the run of the best writer who's ever worked on the character.

"Born Again" was probably the darkest moment in Frank Miller's run on the title, and I mean that in the best possible way. Miller realized that the appeal of Daredevil was tied, at least in part, to how much misery got heaped on the character. Matt Murdock made a fantastic punching bag in Miller's hands, and the most fiendish thing Miller ever did involved Karen Page, the secretary to Foggy Nelson and Matt Murdock who was also one of the most important people in Matt's life. When she set out to become an actress, Miller started piling on the pain, leaving her addicted to drugs and starring in porno by the time he was finished. The Kingpin found her in this sorry state, and he used her weakness to get out of her the one thing she had left to sell: Daredevil's secret identity. What he does with it is truly crazy, and it's one of the great Marvel stories of all time.

I read a Richard Pryor biopic that Kane wrote, and he's been working on "Fringe" more recently. I hope that Kane and Slade, working together, can find the right tone for "Daredevil." I like the Affleck movie, and at the time it was released, I felt like it was an important step for Marvel overall. The genre's growing up more and more each year, and what worked in 2003 feels like a step along the way now, and there's major room for improvement. This is strong material they're using as a source, and it could make for a great "Daredevil" film.

Here's the thing, though… just because "X-Men: First Class" works as well as it does, we shouldn't break out the champagne just yet. I've talked to people who worked on the film, as well as people who worked on "The Last Stand" and "Wolverine," and honestly, the process on all three films was roughly the same. There's a lot of luck involved in the way "First Class" came out, and it was just a matter of degrees between the last two films in the series and this new one. I wouldn't say that anyone "learned" much of anything from this new film. It all comes down to filmmakers busting ass to try and make a great film, and even on the movies I didn't like at Fox, I'm sure there were filmmakers busting ass to try and make a great film. That's certainly the attitude Slade seems to have, and now, we know he's working with a great spine for the film.

Right now, there's no date on "Daredevil" and no one's been signed to play the part, but we'll keep you posted as things develop.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby DennisMM on Wed Jun 08, 2011 5:25 pm

Will a Karen Page setup work if the audience doesn't know who Karen Page is? We'd be talking about a 30-minute minimum character arc before she sells out Matt.
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Postby Al Shut on Thu Jun 09, 2011 5:37 am

Born Again?

Count me out, strongly disliked that.

DennisMM wrote:Will a Karen Page setup work if the audience doesn't know who Karen Page is? We'd be talking about a 30-minute minimum character arc before she sells out Matt.


Maybe that's one of the reasons, the collection I own immedeately starts with the sell out.


I also have my doubts if any Avengers show up for the finale.
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Postby DennisMM on Thu Jun 09, 2011 10:11 pm

God, I loved "Born Again." Not only does it have great character beats, but the David Mazzuchelli art is wonderful. Yes, knowing Karen Page going in certainly helped.
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Postby Al Shut on Fri Jun 10, 2011 4:42 am

:shock: I literally couldn't disagree more. Frank Miller nonsense of the worst kind without a hint of (insert noun that shows that the comic isn't taking itself to seriously) that would make it bearable and so ugly I suspect somethings wrong with my copy (Is halftone the right word for waht I'm referring to?).
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Postby DennisMM on Fri Jun 10, 2011 8:14 pm

Tastes vary. Mine, of course, is correct. :wink: If you dislike the art on "Born Again," never read "Batman: Year One." Mazzuchelli moves even further into the techniques he employed in the end of his Daredefil run.
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Postby Al Shut on Sat Jun 11, 2011 6:07 am

Too late. Oddly enough I really liked Year One, both art and writing. The occasio0nal empty backgrounds look a lot better with Year One's darker color palette and what's more important I cannot count every single spot. What's supposed to be the shadow of a desk in Born Again looks like a carpet pattern.
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Re: Jennifer Garner CAN'T WAIT to do Daredevil 2

Postby Fievel on Sat Jun 11, 2011 10:54 am

When I collected comics in the mid-80's I really had no rhyme or reason to the titles I'd pick up each month. There were two story lines that I loved so much that I needed to collect all they had. The first story was the Mutant Massacre story in X-Men, X-Factor, etc. The other story was the Born Again story in Daredevil. I absolutely loved, and still love, this story. It takes some balls to use this story in a film. I really hope they get this right.
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Re: Daredevil "Born Again"

Postby TheButcher on Tue Dec 06, 2011 3:27 am

From Moviehole:
Scripts for Daredevil and Ant-Man have come out good
"Caffeinated" Clint wrote:Meantime, David Slade (“30 Days of Night”) says they’ve a great script for the “Daredevil” movie reboot (which “Twilight” alum Xavier Samuel was once mooted for) but it won’t be before the New Year that we start hearing anything official on the movie.

Slade tweets, “@bradcalebkane did an amazing job on script with high pressure deadline. We will be doing more work on it”.
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Postby TheButcher on Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:09 am

From Twitter:
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It is being produced by the same team who did the recent Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

From THR 6/7/2011:
Peter Chernin and Dylan Clark of Chernin Entertainment are producing.



From Collider December 7th, 2011:
Fox Executive Tom Rothman Updates on the Status of a Sequel to X-MEN: FIRST CLASS and Reboots for DAREDEVIL and FANTASTIC FOUR
Brendan Bettinger wrote:Ever since 2008′s Iron Man, Marvel Studios has carved out a profitable niche in Hollywood independently financing the film adaptations of the Marvel comics. However, because of the nature of film rights, a few of Marvel’s most popular properties are housed at other studios. Fox has three: X-Men, Daredevil, and Fantastic Four. In a recent interview, Fox executive Tom Rothman stressed the studio is eager to continue development on the next chapter in those respective stories—a sequel to X-Men: First Class and reboots for Daredevil and Fantastic Four.

Critics loved First Class, and $353 million worldwide is nothing to sneeze at. But it is the lowest grosser among the five movies in the X-Men franchise. Still, Fox would like a sequel if they can get the script right:
“It’s ‘go’ in the sense that we’re trying like hell. We’re trying as hard as we can. We really want to do it. We’re planning to do it. But the reason, in addition to [Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy] and Matthew Vaughn, that it was as good as it was that the script was really good. The key to making a great continuing franchise is to have a great script, so we’re working hard on it.”


We credit director Matthew Vaughn for much of what made First Class great. But it is not certain that Vaughn will return to direct future X-Men installments:
“I know he’d like to. We certainly would like him to. But it’s a matter of, as I said, getting a script that’s really worthy.”


As for Daredevil and Fantastic Four, Rothman confirmed that Fox is working on reboots for both, and indicated what they’d like to accomplish:
“Daredevil is still with David Slade. It’s in development now. We’re working on it and Fantastic Four. I think for all of us, the bar has been raised, so we’ve got to aim high now. Marvel’s done a terrific job with their films. Where our Marvel movies are concerned or other movies like that. It’s like what we had with Planet of the Apes this summer. I think it’s important for us to really aim high and deliver an A-level experience to the audience.”

Fox, and Rothman in particular, has taken heat in the past for a cynical, corporate approach to filmmaking. But the studio did provide a great summer for film geeks with the one-two punch of First Class and Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I can only dream that is, as Rothman implies, the status quo at Fox from here on out.
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Postby TheButcher on Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:12 am

From Deadline:
David James Kelly Rewriting ‘Daredevil’ Reboot For David Slade
MIKE FLEMING wrote:EXCLUSIVE:
Not every viable Marvel Comics hero is in The Avengers. 20th Century Fox is revving a reboot of Daredevil, and the studio is setting David James Kelly to rewrite of the script, for David Slade to direct. The 30 Days of Night and Twilight Saga: Eclipse helmer became attached last year, and reports have the studio working off the Frank Miller/David Mazzucchelli story arc Born Again, as The Kingpin uncovers the superhero’s secret identity, and uses it to turn blind lawyer Matt Murdoch’s life upside down. Fox, which also has the X-Men franchise and its spinoffs, also has Chronicle helmer Josh Trank working on a reboot of Fantastic Four. Kelly is repped by WME.
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Postby TheBaxter on Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:37 am



he's still around?
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Postby TheBaxter on Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:42 am



i hate 3D, but even i can picture the possibilities of depicting Daredevil's radar-sense or whatever it's called in 3D.
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Postby TheButcher on Mon Aug 06, 2012 7:38 pm

Fox, Marvel talk swap as clock ticks on 'Daredevil'
Character-rights deal could buy time for Carnahan, Fox reboot
Jeff Sneider & Rachel Abrams wrote:The clock is ticking for 20th Century Fox to put its "Daredevil" reboot into production before character rights revert to Marvel -- but Fox chairman Tom Rothman and Marvel brass have been talking about a tradeoff that would allow the comicbook franchise to remain at Fox past its Oct. 10 deadline.

One reason for the backroom dealings: Fox is in discussions with Joe Carnahan to direct what's been described as a "Frank Miller-esque, hardcore 70s thriller" take on blind Hell's Kitchen superhero Matt Murdock -- a vision that would deviate from Disney/Marvel's family-friendly tone. Carnahan has yet to receive an official offer, though multiple sources tell Variety that he's the choice.

But Fox also has something Marvel wants.

Sources say Marvel would give Fox more time to make "Daredevil" in return for the rights to use characters from the "Fantastic Four" universe, including the giant, world-devouring supervillain Galactus, rumored to play a key role in future Marvel pics. Marvel is also eyeing future use of the Silver Surfer, who in the comicbooks brokered a deal to serve as Galactus' herald in order to save his home planet.

Fox owns rights to the Silver Surfer as part of its deal for "Fantastic Four," which the studio is also rebooting with "Chronicle" helmer Josh Trank.

At this point, the ball is said to be in Fox's court, with talks expected to resume later this week. But as of right now, Fox needs to start lensing by the Oct. 10 deadline to keep "Daredevil" in-house.

Neither Fox, Marvel nor reps for Carnahan would comment on the dealings.

David Slade was previously attached to direct the "Daredevil" reboot, which boasts a recent draft by David James Kelly. Chernin Entertainment is producing the pic.

"Daredevil" would mark a return to the Fox lot for Carnahan, who butted heads with the studio while directing "The A-Team"; the two sides appear to have worked out their differences. After the success Open Road Films had with Carnahan's Liam Neeson-starrer "The Grey," Fox quickly began developing Carnahan's actioner "Continue," which was believed to be his next project. CAA-repped helmer is also developing a fresh take on "Death Wish" for MGM.

(Marc Graser contributed to this report.)
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'Daredevil' falling back to Marvel - No extension for Fox; Carnahan's take 'up in smoke'
Rachel Abrams wrote:With its extention request rejected, 20th Century Fox will have no choice but to allow the rights to "Daredevil" to go back to Marvel, marking the second major character to revert back to the superhero shingle since Disney bought it in 2009.

Under the current terms of the agreement, Fox has to put the pic into production by Oct. 10. But late Monday night, Joe Carnahan, Fox's pick to direct the film, implied that the actioner wasn't happening at the studio.

"Think my idea for a certain retro, red-suited, Serpico-styled superhero went up in smoke today kids," Carnahan tweeted, followed by "We shall see. Time is NOT on anyone's side."

Marvel will regain control of the character sometime after the October deadline passes, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

The Punisher, which had been at Lionsgate, marked the first character to revert to Marvel since its sale to Disney, which cannot exploit characters like Spider-Man, Venom, Ghost Rider, the X-Men, Wolverine, Fantastic Four, the Silver Surfer, Elektra and Deadpool. Rights-holding studios that can prove films are in active development retain those rights in perpetuity.

Marvel began fully financing its own slate of projects in 2005, beginning with "The Incredible Hulk" and "Iron Man." Before that, Marvel licensed its characters out to other studios, with vampire hunter Blade the first to get the bigscreen treatment by New Line in 1998.

Marvel licensed Spider-Man to Sony in 1999, while Thor had once been set up at Sony before Paramount picked up the rights in 2006.
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Postby TheButcher on Tue Aug 14, 2012 7:57 pm

Looks Like ‘Daredevil’ Will Go Back To Marvel And Disney
MIKE FLEMING wrote:BREAKING: Director Joe Carnahan seems to be ready to toss in the towel on the last ditch attempt to reboot the Marvel superhero Daredevil before Fox’s rights to the franchise expire this fall. Carnahan sent out a tweet today saying, “I think my idea for a certain retro, red-suited, Serpico-styled superhero went up in smoke today kids.”

From what I’m hearing, that means that Fox, which made the original Daredevil movie that starred Ben Affleck, is prepared to see the rights to that character revert back to Marvel Studios, and fall under the Disney umbrella. Marvel essentially said no to an extension and to Fox’s request that it come aboard as cofinancier of the Daredevil film. Deadline revealed back at Comic-Con that Fox had a problem with a ticking rights clock that would expire in October, something that became an issue after David Slade bailed on the project after he committed to direct the Hannibal pilot. Fox wasn’t too upset by all this, because the studio was lukewarm on making the movie.

It is certainly possible that Carnahan, who’s coming off The Grey, will get the chance to make his gritty blind lawyer-turned crime fighter Matt Murdock/Daredevil at Disney. But it will be Kevin Feige’s decision. As for Fox, the studio will focus on the forward moving Marvel projects Fantastic Four, which is being rebooted, and X-Men: First Class and The Wolverine, both of which are being sequelized.
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Postby Peven on Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:09 am

I am glad this is going back to Marvel, i think that is the best chance it has of being adapted well. I really want to see a DD movie with Stick and The Hand , and since Black Widow is already established in the Marvel movie universe and she and DD have a history that might be a good pairing for a movie since neither are marquee characters among the general public.
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