Charlie Cox's Daredevil definitely had his fair share of sexual tension with Deborah Ann Woll's Karen Page and Rosario Dawson's Claire Temple. But the next collaboration between Marvel and Netflix centers around a graphic novel series from Brian Michael Bendis that definitely didn't shy away from 'physical intimacy'. Speaking on the This Week In Marvel podcast, Krysten Ritter confirmed that the show will not be shying away from the source material's adult nature. Ritter admitted she was nervous about some of the scenes but relied on Colter for support. "At the end of the day, I also knew Mike had my back. Whether we were doing stunts together, or love-making scenes, which I'm not very comfortable with."
While the sexually explicit nature from Alias sounds as if it will remain intact for the Netflix drama, it appears that David Tennant's Purple Man is going to be slightly different. Without going into spoilery details, Ritter stated that the background for Purple Man on the show, "is twisted around and expanded on and developed."
To hear more from Ritter, listen to the This Week In Marvel podcast. Marvel's Jessica Jones is still without a release date but it's confirmed to have a Fall 2015 release date.
An example of the relationship dynamic between Luke Cage and Jessica Jones.