Marvel’s Daredevil Official Trailer Out!

With Steven S. DeKnight as the showrunner, Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page and Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Marvel’s Daredevil has appeared to be more and more promising with every new still released from time to time. Fans are waiting for 10 April 2015 when Netflix releases the entire series and are expecting to forget the long-held memories of disappointment which they had witnessed while watching the Fox version of the superhero twelve years ago!

Well, if the upcoming 13-episode-long Marvel venture is something you’ve been highly anticipating, the best news we can provide you at the moment is that the official trailer has been launched already and that you can check it out right here, right now!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=XC7GPdBV9WQ

The Iconic Red Suit Isn’t There Yet!


The minute-and-a-half long trailer appears to be more than enthralling but the only thing that might count has a dissatisfaction is the absence of the iconic Daredevil red suit. Charlie Cox is suited up in black, the same that we had seen in the still photos released previously. Apart from that, the trailer offers a tantalizing presentation of the superhero. Marvel’s Daredevil is surely a must-watch now!

A Brief Look Back On Daredevil!


Daredevil is one of the most outstanding and unique creations of the legendary comic book writer Stan Lee which made which made its debut way back in 1964. The blind superhero had his sole solo movie released in 2003 starring Ben Affleck as the titular superhero under the banner of 20th Century Fox.

The movie could indeed earn a hundred million USD more than its budget but the critics and fans had lambasted it! For instances, The New York Times reviewer didn’t hesitate to call the movie ‘second-rate and ordinary’ while the lead actor, the Batman of today, bagged the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor. Even the creator of the superhero, Stan Lee, didn’t have good words to say about the movie!

However, in October, 2012, the screen rights of the superhero returned to the hands of Marvel Studio and they didn’t intend to keep that unused for long! They hit upon a plan to develop Daredevil as a part of the gigantic Marvel Cinematic Universe which ultimately results in the upcoming live-action series at Netflix!