Few thought Matt Murdoch -- blind attorney by day and masked vigilante by night -- would get another chance in front of the cameras. “They didn’t tell me it was at the time, initially,” Cox explains to ETonline.
Daredevil, one of Marvel’s most influential heroes, has been fighting crime in Hell's Kitchen since 1964, winning prestigious comic book awards and drawing some of the industry’s most prolific artists. Instead, he was given mocked-up, non-specific scenes to read.
So far when the celebrities have the successful career, then people start following them to know about their personal life.Likewise, “Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead” actress Janet Montgomery has had a successful career.So, her fans and followers have been following her in every step she puts in her life.But after 20th Century Fox stuck Ben Affleck in a red spandex suit opposite a leather-clad Jennifer Garner for the critically maligned 2003 movie In 2012, 20th Century’s rights to Daredevil and his cohorts in Hell’s Kitchen reverted back to Marvel Studios, which had become a powerhouse production company in the meantime. “It went from there through a process of different casting sessions and screen tests.” At that point, Marvel had enlisted nerd savant Drew Goddard, who directed fame, to front the reboot.A year later, Marvel was ready to try hands at the material, and announced a landmark 60-episode deal with Netflix that would feature four of their heroes — Daredevil first, followed by Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), then Iron Fist (casting TBD) — in their own 13-episode runs and culminating in a team-up “event” called . (Hall denied ever being in the running.) But it seems Cox was always the favorite: Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada says he went to their head of television, Jeph Loeb, two years before the Daredevil returned to Marvel to say he "had found the perfect guy.” And last May, the studio made it official.