Daredevil: Born Again Trailer Shown Off By Disney: Premiers March 2025

Disney upfronts for advertisers reveals first footage of new Marvel shows and more Star Wars.

daredevil born again trailer disney

At the Disney Upfronts in NYC, Disney has shown off the Daredevil: Born Again trailer for the Disney+ show which features the return of Charlie Cox as the Man Without Fear.

That’s not all as Disney also showed off the Ironheart trailer, the Agatha trailer, and a new trailer for the Star Wars series, The Acolyte.

The upfronts is a yearly event presentation studios hold to hype up their upcoming shows to entice advertisers.

However, Disney also brought both Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool & Wolverine) and Emma Stone with them, which suggests Disney is also hyping up its movie releases.

Reynolds’ FX/Hulu Welcome to Wrexham series has been renewed for a Season 4, and Emma Stone (Oscar-winning Poor Things) introduced Disney CEO Bob Iger who said this is his first appearance at an upfront in 30 years.

Marvel at the Upfronts

Agatha title, premiere, teaser

Regarding Marvel at the Disney upfronts, the cast of Agatha appeared and revealed the trailer and announced the Sept. 18 premiere on Disney+ with the first two episodes. Marvel revealed a teaser confirming the title Agatha All Along.

Ironheart 2025

Dominique Thorne and Anthony Ramos were also on hand and talked Ironheart and confirmed the series will be released in 2025 on Disney+.

Daredevil: Born Again trailer, 2025 release, logo

Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio followed and debuted the Daredevil: Born Again trailer and announced the series will premiere March 2025 on Disney+. The season will be nine episodes long. A new logo was also shown off.

Via IGN, we have a description of the footage:

shows Matt Murdock donning the iconic Daredevil suit while narrating that the “entire system is against you… it’s often Davis vs. Goliath.” At the end of the trailer, following a brief action sequence, Murdock is asked “what kind of a lawyer are you.”

“A really good one,” he quips as he puts on a broken pair of his familiar glasses.

Star Wars at the Upfronts

For Star Wars, Nathan Fillion (ABC’s The Rookie) and The Acolyte‘s Cal Naka appeared together on stage, which saw Fillion make a “Wookiees to Rookies” joke. The rest of the Acolyte cast the came out and revealed new footage.


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