“It’s hard not to hyped reading this”: Daredevil: Born Again Gets its Most Exciting Update That Will Put a Smile on Marvel Fans’ Faces After X-Men ’97 Success

Daredevil: Born Again will set a new bar for superhero adaptations following X-Men ’97’s success.

Following the success of Beau Demayo’s X-Men ’97, as Marvel Studios is currently making headlines surrounding the highly anticipated upcoming Daredevil: Born Again, a new update from Alex Perez baffles fans. Responding to fans’ Q&A on Discord, Perez addressed the rumor surrounding the one-take hallway sequence similar to the one in the OG show.

Daredevil: Born Again.

Updating fans with positive responses surrounding the rumor of the one-take hallway sequence, Alex Perez raised people’s expectations surrounding Daredevil: Born Again. Putting a smile on Marvel fans after X-Men ’97’s success, Perez further compared the approach on the upcoming show with that of Beau Demayo’s super popular 2024 animated series.

Daredevil: Born Again Will Pay Tribute to the OG Show’s One-Take Hallway Scene

Ever since Marvel decided to bring back Charlie Cox‘s Matt Murdock from Netflix’s Defenderverse, after the streamer canceled those shows by 2019, Daredevil has been sparking all sorts of rumors and speculations. However, one particular report that stole people’s attention was the alleged possibility of the upcoming Daredevil: Born Again featuring the one-take hallway sequence from the original Netflix show.

While fans have been wondering all this time about the possibility of this rumor being true, industry insider Alex Perez finally brought some relief following his response to the question, during a Q&A on Discord via The Cosmic Circus. Addressing different questions surrounding Marvel projects, Perez came across one seeking answers surrounding the fight scenes, Muse and the Kingpin.

Have you heard whether Daredevil: Born Again will feature a one-take hallway sequence similar to the ones in the OG show?

Photo from the Daredevil: Born Again set


As for whether Born Again will feature a one-take hallway sequence similar to the ones in the OG show, I have heard many wonderful things about how the stunt and fight coordination teams worked on this show and the way it was done
. Perez replied.

Confirming that fans will undoubtedly get to see the upcoming Daredevil: Born Again paying tribute to the original Netflix show starring Charlie Cox, Alex Perez heightened the excitement surrounding the show. Although fans aren’t entirely sure about the possibility since the confirmation came from an industry insider rather than an official source, they are overall excited.

Alex Perez Compares Daredevil: Born Again’s Approach to That of X-Men ’97

Meanwhile, after offering hope and excitement to fans surrounding the possibility of Daredevil: Born Again awaiting the one-take hallway scene, Alex Perez also noted the particular approach that is being followed by the show. Following the resounding success of Beau DeMayo’s X-Men ’97, Perez noted that Marvel Studios is continuing its streak of honoring beloved comic book classics while adding fresh, innovative elements.

This update all the more confirmed the possibility of Daredevil: Born Again paying tribute to its predecessor by bringing back the iconic one-shot sequence from the Netflix show. Alex Perez revealed that Charlie Cox’s upcoming show will respect the original material while elevating it to new heights, setting a new standard for superhero storytelling.

X-men


If I had to explain how this show overall was approached, I would compare it to the way Marvel Animation approached X-Men ‘97. They respect the original material, built up on it, and elevated it to a new standard which I’m sure fans will love.

Now, fans of the acclaimed Netflix series can await the iconic hallway fight scene from Daredevil, praised for its gritty realism and masterful choreography, to appear in Daredevil: Born Again. Despite ongoing doubts surrounding the veracity of Perez’s comments, the bold move is sure to thrill enthusiasts, as the upcoming show aims to replicate this memorable sequence in a single take.

Moreover, Alex Perez’s comparison between the approach followed by Daredevil: Born Again with Beau Demayo’s X-Men ’97, hinted at Marvel’s commitment to honor the essence of beloved franchises while injecting them with fresh energy and creativity. Since this particular method helped X-Men ’97 witness groundbreaking success, fans hope Charlie Cox’s show to reach similar heights.

Daredevil: Born Again will be released on Disney+ in March 2025.

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