Years after Netflix pulled the plug on a whole slate of Marvel shows, the characters are once again in the limelight. Over the weekend, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige confirmed Charlie Cox would be the actor the studio uses when it so chooses to reintroduce Daredevil to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As such, the longtime producer was then grilled about potentially some of Netflix’s other characters returning. “If you were to see Daredevil in upcoming things, Charlie Cox, yes, would be the actor playing Daredevil,” Feige told CinemaBlend Sunday. “Where we see that, how we see that, when we see that, remains to be seen.”
Despite Iron Fist being one of the worst-rated shows out of the group, the character is still the lone one of the bunch to become a trending topic on Twitter in light of all the news.Both seasons of Iron Fist are now streaming on Netflix. Who do you think should play the character next time they’re in the MC? Let us know your thoughts either in the comments section or by hitting our writer @AdamBarnhardt up on Twitter to chat all things MCU!
Long before the days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios helped various studios craft feature films based on the publisher’s vast stable of characters. This meant Lionsgate, a powerhouse amongst indie film studios, was able to scoop up the live-action rights of some Marvel superstars. Before long, the studio partnered with SYFY to make Man-Thing, a small-budget horror flick made with the smallest budget ever given to a Marvel flick.
Now 17 years after its straight-to-television release, ComicBook.com sat down with Man-Thing helmer Brett Leonard to record a director’s commentary track for the film given there wasn’t one made for the movie’s initial home media release—and you can find that commentary exclusively on ComicBook.com’s Phase Zero podcast feeds!