My Daredevil: Born Again scoop continues to be proven correct as now it is reported Wilson Bethel will be back as Bullseye from the popular Netflix series for at least three episodes.
Recently saw the report by THR that exactly said what I told you over the Summer, that Daredevil: Born Again is getting retooled.
Sounds like everybody is being brought back
In THR’s report about Daredevil: Born Again starting up filming on Monday and Philip Silvera, who acted as the stunt and fight coordinator on the Netflix series, returning as stunt coordinator and second unit director, the site says “his hiring is the latest example of the retooling Born Again underwent as it was changed from a legal procedural to something that aims to harken back to the gritty and violent tone of that first well-regarded series. It also reaffirms the show’s focus on more street-level heroics and less on heavy (and costly) visual effects.”
My insiders also said Marvel is retooling Daredevil: Born Again to line it up with the tone of the Netflix show and to make it more in line with the Netflix series, which again is 100% correct.
So in addition to Philip Silvera being brought back, the new showrunner coming from The Punisher Netflix series, and Jon Bernthal also returning along with Vincent D’Onofrio, and of course, Charlie Cox, Wilson Bethel will be back as Bullseye and THR adds “among other retooled elements, Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Henson are rumored to have been hired to reprise their roles of Karen Page and Foggy Nelson, key members of the Daredevil’s supporting cast.”
Kevin Feige fixing Marvel (hopefully)
According to what I was told, following the strikes, Kevin Feige is fixing Marvel and Daredevil: Born Again, and that is exactly what is happening, well, hopefully.
New writers have been brought on all the upcoming Marvel movie projects including Fantastic Four, Thunderbolts, and Captain America: Brave New World (basically the entire movie is rumored to be getting reshot).
Regarding Born Again, I was told over the Summer that the previous direction Kevin Feige had been going with the series was in line with the Daredevil from the She-Hulk series – yes, goofy as hell – but the good news is that now Feige is changing things, which of course follows the big failures of Thor: Love and Thunder, Quantumania, The Marvels, and all the Disney+ shows.
Cross your fingers it all works out because it sure didn’t for Echo.