Marvel Studios Is Reportedly Casting for a Daredevil Project

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A supposed casting sheet for a Daredevil project at Marvel Studios has seemingly leaked online, further fuelling rumors of Matt Murdock’s appearance in the MCU.

ComicBook.com picked up on a tweet from @RPK_News1, aka industry scooper Daniel RPK, showing a screenshot of what appears to be a talent grid for an upcoming Daredevil project at Marvel Studios. The grid doesn’t contain any crewmember or cast member names, nor does it state whether the project is a movie or a series.

Daredevil reboot rumors started swirling in the wake of the property reverting from its multi-year tenure at Netflix, where the series lasted for three seasons before being cancelled in 2018, back to Marvel Studios. The switch of ownership saw fans reignite their #SaveDaredevil campaign to plead with Kevin Feige to bring the show back.

Writer and actor David Hayter stirred up even more speculation with comments about the rumored reboot at MCM London Comic Con. “They’re doing a reboot of Daredevil” he said. “I loved the first way they did it, but there’s certain things that I would want to adapt from the Frank Miller run on Daredevil that really meant a lot to me.”

However, Hayter later clarified his comments in a tweet that confirmed he has “no inside information whatsoever” on the rumored Daredevil reboot. “No, I did not ‘confirm’ a Daredevil reboot,” he wrote in the tweet. “I mistakenly thought I’d read in the trades that it was happening, and I would love to see it. (And yes, I’d love to write it.)”

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It has been rumored that Charlie Cox will return to our screens in the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, though Cox has previously stated that he won’t back: “It’s certainly not with my Daredevil,” he said. “I’m not involved in it.” Andrew Garfield has also denied that he’s in the movie, but we’ve all been fooled by actors before.

Tom Holland has said the cast and crew are treating No Way Home as the “end of a franchise,” and it certainly seems like they are set to go out with a bang when the film hits theaters on December 17. Holland will star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange, with Zendaya and Jacob Batalon also returning as MJ and Ned.

Adele Ankers is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.





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