If there isn't an expertly-choreographed fight in a hallway, are you even watching a Daredevil series? That's an answer fans are hoping the Disney Plus revival Born Again will not answer, but one unidentified component of the machine will be absent.
There's been plenty of speculation surrounding Deborah Ann Woll's Karen Page, Elden Henson's Foggy Nelson, Krysten Ritter's Jessica Jones, and Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle since the Marvel Cinematic Universe show was announced. However, a sorely undervalued and massively pivotal figure wasn't even given the chance to audition.
Christopher Brewster was Charlie Cox's stunt double on the Netflix winner for three seasons, and he was one of the many required to work in perfect synergy to deliver those longhandhand scraps that often went on for several minutes at a time in one unbroken take.
Brewster said in an interview that he would return for Born Again. It's like a slap in the face.
Daredevil: Born Again's actors and businesses are likely to be involved in the film. At the very least, you'd have expected the studio to allow Cox's proven doppelganger to audition, though. But, if the fights end up living to disappoint, then we all know where the blame should be pointed.