The Head Writer of Charlie Cox's Daredevil Recalls Landing The Character For The Disney+ Show After She-Hulk's Confirmation

The Head Writer of Charlie Cox's Daredevil Recalls Landing The Character For The Disney+ Show After  ...

Daredevil will be based on the Disney+ series as shown in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which has sparked a stir on the internet. After the event, the series' head writer revealed how she and her team landed the character for the series.

According to series creator and head writer Jessica Gao, integrating the Daredevil actor into the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series was no small feat. The EP revealed several Marvel characters she and her writing team wanted to include into the series but they were unable to do so due to existing plans or limitations.

We didn't know who the character was until after he was returned, and we were like, 'Wait, does that I mean we can use him?' And we kept going with the story, just thinking, 'Okay, any moment now they're going to tell us we can't use them. They made a mistake.' And it just kept growing more and more real!

After all, I can see why Jessica Gao would think she was being pranked at Marvel Studios, but I'm glad that she and the writers were able to secure the character. The Devil of Hell's Kitchen will increase viewer interest in Jennifer Walters' debut, and it will give fans a better understanding of this iteration of DD. This is a good move, since Matt Murdock and Walters are both attorneys. And one can only imagine what sort of legal and superhero-related bravado they

When it came to Matt Murdock's participation, Jessica Gao and the writers were forced to keep everything a secret. However, Charlie Cox admitted that it was a nightmare to keep the devil's return a secret, as he tried his best to avoid inquiries about his No Way Home involvement.

Following its successful three-season run on Netflix, Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige announced the revival series Daredevil: Born Again as a part of the official MCU Phase 5 lineup, which includes Blade and Captain America 4. As if that weren't enough, the show has received a 18-episode order from Disney+, the largest given to any Marvel Studios series so far.

She-Hulk will premiere on August 17th. So you'll want to keep an eye on Daredevil: Born Again, which will premiere in spring 2024, as well as a number of other Marvel movies and TV shows.