As a child Matt Murdock was blinded by a chemical spill in a freak accident. Instead of limiting him it gave him superhuman senses that enabled him to see the world in a unique and powerful way. Now he uses these powers to deliver justice, not only as a lawyer in his own law firm, but also as vigilante at night, stalking the streets of Hell's Kitchen as Daredevil, the man without fear.Written by
The opening title sequence was created by Elastic. The company previously created the title sequence for True Detective (2014), which had stood out to the creators in terms of "imagination and delivering on what the show was about". Steven S. DeKnight explained that multiple companies had made pitches to the creative team involving "variations of the same idea, where you zoom in on an eye and you see a sonar map of the city." However, one of Elastic's pitches had "fluid-like blood dripping over everything ... as if paint were covering something invisible and revealing it", which both DeKnight and Jeph Loeb wanted to use immediately.
Elastic's Creative Director Patrick Clair "came up with the idea of making a red world that was revealed by liquid." Simulating the CG liquid, which was meant to be an ambiguous reference to poison and blood that behaved like "something in between liquid chocolate and tar", was difficult, with Clair saying "It's hard to make an algorithm act "insidious"". CG Lead Andrew Romatz elaborated that "Developing the right consistency and behavior of the fluids was definitely a tricky process. Getting the scale to feel right was something that we had to play with quite a bit in simulation and also in lighting and texturing. Patrick wanted the sculptures we were forming to feel like miniatures, so we did a lot of experimenting with scene scale and with camera settings, simulating depth of field to achieve that look." Fluids Lead Miguel A. Salek stated that "Each shot required custom flow maps to be painted on the sculptures, along with small attraction fields and thousands of tiny adjustments to achieve the shapes and behavior Patrick was looking for. In the end I simulated hundreds of tests and thousands of frames of fluids to achieve just the right balance for each shot." Due to time constraints, references to Murdock's boxing history such as a punching bag and boxing ring were cut from the final sequence. The final sequence was animated to a temp track-"an old piece of 90s trip hop"-before John Paesano's music for the sequence was completed. See more »
In season 2, Matt Murdock claims he has never been north of 116th street. Columbia Law School, which he attended, is north of 116th street. See more »
I was thinking about a story from the Bible.
FBI Agent #1:
Did I tell you to open your mouth?
FBI Agent #2:
Let him talk. Don't mean nothin'.
I'm not a religious man, but I've read bits and pieces over the years. Curiosity more than faith. But this one story... There was a man, he was traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho when he was set upon by men of ill intent. They stripped the traveler of his clothes, they beat him, and they left him bleeding in the dirt. And a priest happened by, saw the traveler, but he moved to the ...
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The opening credits is a montage of silhouettes emerging from a red background, in the manner of blood dripping over everything and revealing hidden objects. See more »
The Marvel Netflix Universe was the best thing in Netflix along with ''Jessica Jones'', ''Luke Cage'', ''Iron Fist'', ''The Punisher'' and ''Daredevil'' is my favorite of them. I was always looking forward to see the episodes when I have time after work.
I don't want to tell anything on this trilogy Master-Piece but I'm really sad they cancelled this show but at least it ended with a perfect trilogy of seasons so I suggest you to watch this because Its what I think it is the greatest Marvel adaptation of all time.
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