The wait for Marvel Studio's Daredevil: Born Again will be exciting. Most of the previous actor's from the Netflix Daredevil TV series are set to reprise their role's in the rebooted series, and it will be Marvel Studio's longest first-season of a Disney+ TV series, set to be 18 episodes!
Diverting from the usual "world/multiversal-ending stakes" that most Marvel projects deal with contemporarily, Born Again, like its Netflix predecessor, will lessen those stakes, as we will follow Matt Murdock's pursuit at taking down the Kingpin from running/winning his mayoral campaign, and enacting his anti-vigilante decree in New York.
A new rumor has surfaced claiming that another infamous street-level vigilante will be making an appearance in the series and Tom Holland's Spider-Man will NOT show up at anytime throughout the season.
Many were of course excited to not only witness Spider-Man and Daredevil partner up in the series, but additonally to finally bring to life the classic Kingpin and Spider-Man rivalry from the comic books.
If the rumor is true, however, Kingpin might allude to Spider-Man being one of the vigilante's he plans on taking down in the wake of passing his anti-vigilante decree, much like how he plans on taking down Daredevil.
At the very least, Kingpin may have heard about Spider-Man, or has potentially even went toe-to-toe with the webhead at some point off-screen.
Do you think Spider-Man will end up potentially making an appearance in Daredevil: Born Again?
Daredevil: Born Again currently has no official release date, but is scheduled to release on Disney+ sometime in Spring of 2024.
Daredevil: Born Again is an upcoming American television series created by Matt Corman and Chris Ord for the streaming service Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics character Daredevil. It is intended to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios, sharing continuity with the films of the franchise, and will be the second series centered on the character following Daredevil (2015–2018) by Marvel Television. Corman and Ord serve as head writers of the series with Michael Cuesta as one of its directors. The series is also produced by 20th Television.
Charlie Cox reprises his role as Matt Murdock / Daredevil from Marvel's Netflix television series and prior Marvel Studios productions, with Vincent D'Onofrio, Jon Bernthal, and Sandrine Holt also starring.