As the first of Netflix’s Marvel shows to reach its third season, Daredevil has the unique challenge of telling a story that’s reflective of the journey its characters have been on since we first met them. It also has to feel fresh, exciting, and worth a return visit to Hell’s Kitchen. Daredevil season 3 does that impressively by adapting one of the hero’s most memorable arcs from Marvel Comics.
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Marvel is going back to Wakanda and T'Challa won't be the only leader taking the trip. The Hollywood Reporter says, and Gizmodo has also confirmed, that Ryan Coogler has closed a deal to both write and direct Black Panther 2.
Video: Every Netflix series set in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe introduces a handful of new villains for their heroes to duke it out with, and the latest Daredevil trailer proves that the show’s third season isn’t going to be an exception. Matt Murdock will face off against Wilson Fisk, but the Kingpin won’t be alone.
We often assume that Marvel’s long-term plans for characters who’ve played vital roles in the Cinematic Universe will involve them making appearances in subsequent movies, but the studio recently threw everyone for a loop when it announced a pair of upcoming television series focused on Loki and the Scarlet Witch.
Despite all the larger-than-life twists and turns he’s dealt with, Matt Murdock’s always been a relatively grounded man within the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to his unwavering faith. In the third season of Daredevil, though, Matt’s faith is going to be put to the test in a way that takes him to his darkest depths. io9 found out all about it during a set visit to the Netflix superhero series.
Video: It took a whole season for Marvel’s Runaways to do the thing — you know, actually running away. Now that they’re on the lam, our teenage heroes are getting ready for war.
Daredevil’s upcoming third season is set to get Matt Murdock back, forgive me, to his old habits begging God for forgiveness and wearing all black when he’s doing his thing. The latest teaser for the show, though, promises that someone else is about to suit up in one of their iconic comics’ looks.
The way Netflix’s Marvel shows gradually introduce certain B and C-level supporting characters from the comic books into their universes has always been one of the most interesting things about them. Iron Fist’s second season continues in this tradition, but the specific characters introduced here could portend major things on the horizon for Marvel’s street-level heroes.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s resident chi-wielding multimillionaire with a fist of gold returned to Netflix last Friday in Iron Fist season two, and surprisingly there was a lot about the season to get legitimately hyped about. As is true of all things, though, there were plenty of moments that kept the show from being transcendent.
Here’s what we thought worked and what fell flat.
You can always tell when a show has undergone significant changes in leadership and artistic direction between seasons because it shifts the overall energy—chi, if you will—flowing through the stories being told. Marvel’s Iron Fist has returned for a second season on Netflix and the influences of its new showrunner Raven Metzner and fight choreographer Clayton Barber are immediately evident.
Unlike all of Marvel’s other solo superhero movies, Captain Marvel isn’t exactly about a person learning how to become heroic, but rather about its titular hero discovering just who and what she really is. We’re excited to see where the MCU and directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck go with this one, and some new photos released today give us a decent idea.
Runaways’ surprisingly solid first season ended with its titular heroes finally living up to their team name and trying to escape their villainous parents in order to be free. From the sounds of things, the gang’s lives are only going to get even more difficult in the show’s second season.
Each of the four pillars of Netflix's chunk of the Marvel Cinematic Universe plays a different role in telling the kinds of realistic, street-level stories that Marvel's movies and other TV shows tend to shy away from. But with Iron Fist, there's a lot of room for improvement.
What does Sony have planned for their Spider-Man film universe after the release of Venom? The answers may surprise you, because they sure surprised us.
Somehow, the pair with the magical pager is back, and this time they’re in Europe.
In the three months since its release, Avengers: Infinity War has become a staple of pop culture dialogue. Thanos, his snap and the jokes are already integrated into our everyday lives. So you’re probably wondering, is there really more we can learn about this massively successful movie? It turns out the answer is a very big yes.