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Avengers: Age of Ultron Stars Assemble with Agents of Shield on Red Carpet Premiere

16 April 2015 8:37 AM, PDT | CineMovie | See recent CineMovie news »

 

The Marvel Universe came together for Monday's Avengers: Age Of Ultron red carpet premiere in Hollywood. Not only did Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlet Johansson, Cobie Smulders and director Joss Whedon walk the red carpet, but they were joined by their Marvel cousins such as the stars of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Elden Henson of the Netflix series Daredevil. CineMovie captured all the red carpet arrivals as they happened including Stan Lee sparring with the original Hulk Lou Ferrigno.  Watch.

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Daredevil Episode 8: “Shadows in the Glass” – Review

16 April 2015 4:11 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Luke Owen reviews the eighth episode of Daredevil

We’ve seen Matt as a child and we’ve seen how and why he became the Man Without Fear, but now it’s time for us to see just why Wilson Fisk is the way he is. It’s time to visit Fisk’s childhood.

There is an argument (a rather solid one at that) which says you should never learn too much about the motivation of your psychotic killer as he may start to become sympathetic. This argument is perfectly demonstrated when you compare John Carpenter’s Halloween to the Rob Zombie remake. In one version Michael Myers is a faceless killer that can’t be stopped, and in the other he’s a crybaby who is only bad because everyone around his was the worst of humanity. In the case of Wilson Fisk, we’re getting a more complex »

- Luke Owen

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Daredevil episode 6 viewing notes: Condemned

16 April 2015 12:49 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

With the police in Fisk's pocket, how is Daredevil going to serve justice even if he does stop him? Here are our episode 6 viewing notes...

With the whole series of Daredevil now available on Netflix, the race is on to reach the ending before someone spoils it for you. But that presents us with a problem. How do we approach reviews? It's not much use speculating about the future of the series when it's available at a moment's notice, but watching the whole thing in one go for a single review is impractical for anyone with a day job and personal relationships to maintain – to say nothing of how difficult it is to critically appraise 12 hours of television if you don't savour the instalments properly.

That's why, instead of traditional reviews, we're trying something new. An episode-by-episode unpicking of the show, looking at its techniques, characters and use of the source material. »

- louisamellor

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Brand New ‘Daredevil’ Street Justice Featurette

15 April 2015 1:28 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

With Netflix’ Daredevil currently taking the world by storm, it appears that Marvel Studios have done it again. After numerous box office hits such as Iron Man, Avengers Assemble, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians Of The Galaxy, many believed that the superhero powerhouse were doomed to make a misstep sooner or later. However, for the moment that doesn’t seem to be the case, with Daredevil offering fans something fresh in the form of a darker comic adaptation set within the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe.

This has certainly been music to the ears of die-hard Marvel enthusiasts worrying about a potential relapse of Ben Affleck’s 2003 film adaptation. In fact, the gritty tone, aggressive stunt choreography and darker narrative structure could be seen as Marvel’s answer to Warner Bros’ current method of adapting their large library of comic book characters. With Daredevil seemingly accomplishing the impossible by »

- Ben Read

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Daredevil recap: season one, episode one – Into the Ring

15 April 2015 11:33 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Netflix’s new zillion-dollar series has a terrific cast, a great line in New York noir and expert fight sequences – as if Scorsese had made The Avengers

If you wish that either Martin Scorsese had directed The Avengers or that The Wire was a little sillier, Marvel and Netflix have good news in the form of Daredevil, the new hour-long drama that, on Friday, dropped 13 episodes suitable for bingeing. The series is created by Drew Goddard, director of The Cabin in the Woods (which he in turn wrote with Avengers writer-director Joss Whedon), and its first episode is very good.

Daredevil has a typically silly radioactive Stan Lee origin story, which is the first thing we see: as a little boy, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox as an adult, Skylar Gaertner as a kid) pushes a man out of the way of a careering truck and ends up splashed in the »

- Sam Thielman

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Exclusive Video Interview: Deborah Ann Woll Talks Marvel’s Daredevil

15 April 2015 11:15 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It seemed like the last thing we needed was another superhero series. With the recent starts of The Flash, Agent Carter and Gotham drawing sizeable audiences, too much overexposure could have easily sunk Marvel’s Daredevil. Not only that, but due to a poorly received film adaptation starring Ben Affleck, you couldn’t blame audiences for being wary of the new Netflix series.

Thankfully, the doubtful were soon silenced, as the 13-episode first season has received rave reviews (including one from We Got This Covered) and is drawing comparisons to shows like The Wire. One factor of the series’ success is its Ma-rating. Daredevil is an, ahem, daring show, filled with gory set-pieces, a dreary and shadowy aesthetic, and disturbing subject matter.

The gritty, compelling drama is also buoyed by a number of excellent performances. One of the standouts is actress Deborah Ann Woll, best known for her role on HBO’s True Blood. »

- Jordan Adler

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Marvelous DA7E 90: Planet Hulk Forever

15 April 2015 9:58 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Welcome to Issue 90!

If This Is Your First Time Here: Welcome! This is my weekly column where I talk about superhero movie news, rumors and speculation.  

This Week: You have more time to process Daredevil (but I'm done and I loved it), because this week we got some behind-the-scenes peeks into the planning of Marvel movies and I think I know what happened with Planet Hulk now.

Avengers: Age of Ultron had an advance press day, so now there are tons of new bits and pieces of information about the Marvel Cinematic Universe floating around the web. This time around, I’m not as interested in what the plot motions of the movie are. During the lead up to the first Avengers, I knew much less about how that film was actually going to play and if it was even going to be good.

This second time into the franchise, »

- Da7e

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Daredevil Episode 7: “Stick” – Review

15 April 2015 4:35 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Luke Owen reviews the seventh episode of Daredevil

At the end of the last episode, we learned that the Russians are no longer part of Fisk’s plan (on account of them being all dead) which raises the question: who is next on the hitlist for Daredevil? Which arm of Fisk’s reach will he discover next? Well, with the title giving away the reveal of which character we’re introducing in this episode, the answer is Nobu.

Which can only mean one thing: The Hand can’t be far off.

But before we get into all of that, there’s the small matter of Daredevil now being hailed as “The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen” and being blamed for the bombings in the city as well as for the deaths of the cops who were shot by Fisk’s unnamed assassin (Bullseye?!). This leads to a fascinating dynamic for »

- Luke Owen

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Awfully Good: Daredevil

15 April 2015 3:37 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

General consensus seems to be pretty positive for Marvel's Daredevil series on Netflix. But of course the masochist in me wants to revisit. Daredevil (2003) Director: Mark Steven Johnson Stars: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell   A blind superhero with a heightened sense of hearing must persevere against a world filled with Evanescence and Nickelback. Note: This is a review of the theatrical version of Daredevil, not the Director's »

- Jason Adams

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Marvel’s Daredevil: 10 Reasons It’s The Best Comic Book Show Ever

15 April 2015 3:17 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Marvel’s Daredevil, the first of four 13-episode television series’ that The House Of Ideas is producing with Netflix, hit the world this past Friday like one of ol’ Hornhead’s trusty billy clubs to a mugger’s face. That is to say, it hit hard.

The internet and social media were set ablaze almost instantly, with the vast majority of viewers being caught off-guard by just how good the series was. In fact, it wasn’t only good; it was great, and fans have been hungrily devouring each episode with glee.

While it certainly helped that Daredevil had some level of name recognition to the general public, thanks to (or perhaps, in spite of) the much-maligned 2003 movie starring Ben Affleck, the series makes every effort to differentiate itself from that interpretation.

This vision of The Man Without Fear is tied in to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but in a completely unique way. »

- Michael Gordon

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Will You Need To Watch Marvel's Netflix Shows To Understand The Movies?

14 April 2015 4:16 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

To this point, the relationship between Marvel Studios films and television series has largely been a one way street: characters and storylines from the movies have affected shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter, though we have not yet seen those same shows influencing the stories on the big screen. But while this is the current status quo, we may soon see a shift, as we have learned that audiences may soon start seeing the brand new Netflix titles . including the recently released Daredevil - start to have an impact on feature titles coming out in the next few years. This interesting development comes to us straight from Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, who I had the opportunity to sit down with this past weekend at a press event for the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron. Because Daredevil had been released the day before, »

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Marvel in the 1980s Panel Recap

14 April 2015 8:57 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The 1980s were an important period for comics as they transitioned from the Bronze Age to the Modern or Dark Age of Comics with books like Watchmen and Dark Knight Returns. It was also an incredibly creative time for Marvel Comics with Chris Claremont and John Byrne beginning the decade with their “Dark Phoenix Saga” epic in Uncanny X-Men, Frank Miller’s run on Daredevil as well as the first event crossover Secret Wars and ending with the rise of artists, like Todd McFarlane and Jim Lee, who would later found Image Comics.

At East Coast Comicon, comics historian and researcher of the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe Peter Sanderson, former Uncanny X-Men editor and Daredevil writer Ann Nocenti, and former Amazing Spider-Man editor Jim Salicrup chatted and swapped stories about what Marvel was really like in the 1980s.

After saying comics were his drug of choice then, Jim Salicrup »

- Logan Dalton

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Steven S DeKnight on 'Daredevil' secrets and where are the gays in Hell's Kitchen?

13 April 2015 5:44 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Steven S. DeKnight has worked on some celebrated TV programs over his career. He's written for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and held different producer titles for "Angel," "Dollhouse" and both "Spartacus" incarnations.  Now, he's earning critical acclaim for his contributions to "Marvel's Daredevil" which debuted on Netflix last week.  Thanks to show creator Drew Goddard and DeKnight, this version of the classic hero is a far cry from the tepidly received 2003 movie that starred Ben Affleck as the Man Without Fear.  Netflix's "Daredevil" is the darkest, bloodiest and most grounded Marvel Studios creation yet. And yet, as with most great "Daredevil" stories it features an inevitable showdown between Matt Murdock in his alter ego as Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Wilson Fisk a.k.a. The Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio) as they both fight to transform a pretty upscale neighborhood of Manhattan (O.K., it's still pretty un-gentrified because of all that destruction in "The Avengers, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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James Gunn Says 'Daredevil' Made Him Cry Twice, Calls It A "Huge Marvel Event"

13 April 2015 1:36 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

They've made their dominance known on the big screen, stretched their wings into television, and starting this past weekend, Marvel brought their brand name power to Netflix with "Daredevil." And there has been an excited reception. Even our own Nikola Grozdanovic — who tends to lean arthouse most of the time — called it An Awesome Achievement And Marvel's Most Graphic & Grounded Effort To Date. The show can now count one more fan. "Guardians Of The Galaxy" director James Gunn took to Facebook today and positively gushed about the series. "I love it," he stated, adding that has a longtime fan of the comic he had his concerns. In fact, he says, "In the first few episodes, I cried twice" because "I realized this character I loved so much for so long had been brought to television with such spirit, love, and care." Read More: Honest Trailer For 'Daredevil,' Ben Affleck »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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James Gunn Says 'Daredevil' Made Him Cry Twice, Calls It A "Huge Marvel Event"

13 April 2015 1:36 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

They've made their dominance known on the big screen, stretched their wings into television, and starting this past weekend, Marvel brought their brand name power to Netflix with "Daredevil." And there has been an excited reception. Even our own Nikola Grozdanovic — who tends to lean arthouse most of the time — called it An Awesome Achievement And Marvel's Most Graphic & Grounded Effort To Date. The show can now count one more fan. "Guardians Of The Galaxy" director James Gunn took to Facebook today and positively gushed about the series. "I love it," he stated, adding that has a longtime fan of the comic he had his concerns. In fact, he says, "In the first few episodes, I cried twice" because "I realized this character I loved so much for so long had been brought to television with such spirit, love, and care." Read More: Honest Trailer For 'Daredevil,' Ben Affleck »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Daredevil: 10 Reasons It’s The Best McU Entry Yet

13 April 2015 11:55 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Netflix

It’s been four days, so surely you’ve had more than enough time to binge watch all of Netflix’s latest piece of original programming, no? Factor in the hysterical excitement that accompanies the release of any new moving picture thing with the Marvel logo on it, and it’s been difficult to leave the house, go on social media, or study smoke signals in the sky without seeing gabbing about Daredevil. As well they should. It’s super good.

Instantly avoiding comparisons to the mostly bad Ben Affleck movie from a few years ago, this fresh adaptation of the blind superhero (who’s a lawyer by day – in case you didn’t get the joke, Blind Lady Justice is all over the opening credits scene) managed to be everything that film wasn’t, as well as breaking new ground for the Marvel Cinematic Universe in general.

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- Tom Baker

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Wally Wood Panel Recap

13 April 2015 6:58 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

50 years ago, an artist named Wallace “Wally” Wood (or Woody to most people) changed Daredevil’s costume from his original yellow suit to the iconic red and black outfit he still wears to this day. (Even in the Daredevil Netflix show.) But Wally Wood did a lot more than redesign Daredevil and had a long career doing newspaper strips as well as horror and sci-fi books for EC Comics and humor for the immortal Mad. At East Coast Comicon, comic book artist and philanthropist J. David Spurlock, who co-founded the Wally Wood Scholarship Fund and co-wrote a biography of Wood, and veteran comics creators Larry Hama (G.I. Joe) and Bob Wiacek (Uncanny X-Men) swapped stories and chatted about Wood’s life, work, and legacy.

Larry Hama began the panel by saying he learned about Wally Wood during the mid-1960s through a friend at High School of Art and Design, »

- Logan Dalton

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Daredevil episode 3 viewing notes: Rabbit In A Snowstorm

12 April 2015 11:49 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Daredevil has surpassed even Agent Carter in the McU TV division stakes. Here are James' viewing notes for Rabbit In A Snowstorm...

With the whole series of Daredevil now available on Netflix, the race is on to reach the ending before someone spoils it for you. But that presents us with a problem. How do we approach reviews? It's not much use speculating about the future of the series when it's available at a moment's notice, but watching the whole thing in one go for a single review is impractical for anyone with a day job and personal relationships to maintain – to say nothing of how difficult it is to critically appraise 12 hours of television if you don't savour the instalments properly.

That's why, instead of traditional reviews, we're trying something new. An episode-by-episode unpicking of the show, looking at its techniques, characters and use of the source material. Call them annotations, »

- louisamellor

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Why television is the superior medium for comic book characters

11 April 2015 3:03 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Anghus Houvouras on why television is the superior medium for comic book characters…

You hear it all the time: television has become a more interesting medium than the movies. It’s one of those trendy uber-hip things to say when you want to engage in a straw man argument over the superior art form. As I watched the first season of Marvel’s new Daredevil series on Netflix, I found myself for the first time with a salient example of how television is by far the best medium for comic book characters. Let’s catch this train of thought and take it for a ride.

1. Serialized stories work better in serialized installments

Comic books are, by nature, serialized stories requiring multiple issues to complete an arc. Movies struggle to fit the entire history of a character into a single 2+ hour extravaganza. Comic books were made for television adaptations. Good comic »

- Anghus Houvouras

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Poll: How Would You Rate Marvel And Netflix's Daredevil?

11 April 2015 12:41 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

All 13 episodes of Daredevil went live on Netflix yesterday, providing fans with what is essentially a 13 hour movie starring the devil of Hell's Kitchen. The reviews from critics were all overwhelmingly positive last week, and fans so far seem to have responded very well to the show which is the first in a series (the others being A.K.A. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders).  Whether you're only a single episode in or have already finished watching each and every single instalment, how would you rate the series? Does it do the Man Without Fear justice after his disappointing movie starring Ben Affleck or have Marvel made a rare misfire? For that matter, how does it stand up against other popular small screen comic book adaptations like Arrow, The Flash, and The Walking Dead? More to the point, what rating has it so far earned from you? »

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