Marvel's fearless man return with more adventures in the third season of Daredevil that will premiere on October 19 on Netflix. The last update of the third season reveals a new villain to be introduced to the life of Matt Murdock, one who will probably recognize the fans of the cmics galley of Daredevil.
Based on the blind Marvel Comics watchman of the same name, Daredevil follows lawyer Matt Murdock, while fighting crime in the courtrooms of New York City during the day, and uses his superhuman senses and martial arts training, To protect the city at night.
The series premieres in April 2015 and stars Charlie Cox (Stardust) as the main character, with a cast that includes the actress of True blood, Deborah Ann Woll, as Karen Page and the actor of The Mighty Ducks, Elden Henson, as Foggy Nelson.
In Digital Trends we have known a few more things about this third season, so if you are one of those who hate spoilers and you are also fantastic of the blind sper hero of Hells Kitchen, stop reading right now if you can avoid it.
THE RETURN OF WILSON FISK
One of the first casting announcements for the third season of Daredevil confirmed the return of Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk, a character best known to Marvel Comics fans as “The kingpin". Just a few days before the season premiere, Netflix has launched a new breakthrough announcing the return of Fisk to the series.
After becoming the main villain in the first season, Fisk played a secondary role in the second season of the series, moving some threads behind the bars of the jail and playing a key role in the story focused mainly on the guard Frank Castle ( alias The punisher), played by Jon Bernthal. DOnofrio's performance in the first season of Daredevil I received praise from professional critics and the public in general, and was considered one of the highest points in that acclaimed season.
A NEW VILLANO
Netflix has confirmed the identity of a new villain who will make his debut in the third season of Daredevil. The announcement was made in a video published on October 6 entitled "Meet Agent Poindexter."
Although not identified by name, the character played by Wilson Bethel is shown throwing several objects with a deadly precision. The signature, the villain's strange ability and the symbol that appears in the video, should be familiar to the fans of Matt Murdock's adventures, both in cmics and on the big screen, making his identity quite easy to deduce.
The character was first introduced in a trailer released on October 4, offered more images of the third season and concluded with the character of Bethel facing Daredevil all while wearing the same Daredevil costume, neither more nor less.
Netflix announced the release date of the third season through a chilling trailer with a bloody Matt Murdock and a set of fight scenes.
After Matt suggests that the only way to end the evil is to "let the devil out," the release date to be October 19 was revealed.
A PROMO LESS THAN DAREDEVIL
After the Defenders' events left our intrepid hero … somewhat unavailable, it is not so surprising that Netflix will keep the mystery about Matt Murdock's current whereabouts in the first promotion of the third season.
The first real look of the third season of Daredevil was revealed through a tweet from the official Marvel account, where only one Missing Person pster (missing person) is shown. Perhaps the most interesting part is the response to the tweet of the pages Jessica Jones officers ("Who will do this?"), Luke Cage ("What's wrong with keeping hope alive?"), and Iron Fist ("Yes, the city needs more guys like him".
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– Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) September 6, 2018
However, it didn't take long (just one day) to discover that Murdock / Daredevil is apparently alive, or at least that is what the trailer shows on September 7.
However, it leaves us with many doubts if really good has triumphed over evil, considering the tone of voice and phrases that are present in the trailer, such as: "I'd rather die like the devil than live like Matt Murdock." Whatever happens, get ready for a third season quite gothic, chilling and exciting.
FBI en route
In March, Marvel announced the incorporation of actor Jay Ali to the cast of the third season of Daredevil. Ali previously appeared in the television series The fosters Y Significant Mother.
According to Marvel, Ali plays Rahul "Ray" Nadeem, "an honest but ambitious FBI agent willing to do everything possible for his family."
"We are delighted to welcome Jay to our star cast," Marvel Televisin Chief Jeph Loeb said in a statement. "His story and his fascinating performance will captivate our fans in the third season of Marvel's Daredevil."
An image of high flight.
Veteran Marvel Comics artist and Creative Director of Marvel Entertainment, Joe Quesada, aroused the appetite of Daredevil's fans in early March with an image he created to promote the season.
Quesada revealed the image on his Twitter account.
The art shows Daredevil jumping from a building designed to resemble the Roman numeral of "three," with the familiar, double "D" symbol of the character, which is prominently displayed at the top of the building. The Marvel and Netflix logos appear on street signs at ground level.
The actor of Hart of DixieWilson Bethel joined the series cast in November 2017. Variety described his mysterious role as "an FBI agent who played a critical role in the conflict between Matt Murdock and Wilson Fisk, better known as Daredevil and Kingpin respectively.
This description naturally led to some speculation about the character that Bethel interpreted in the season, and much of that speculation originated in a casting for a new character in the third season called "Steve" who made his way online a few months earlier.
The call describes the character, that being a regular player of the series in the third season, as “an agent of the Atlantic FBI, but socially uncomfortable, needs structure and rules to suppress the darkness inside.
Fans have suggested that the two descriptions relate to a live version of Marvel Comics villain Stanley Carter, better known as “Sin-Eater, who was exposed to an experimental drug that drove him crazy and prompted him to participate in a crusade to punish, often lethally, anyone whom he considers sinful. The character was a recurring enemy of both Daredevil and Spider-Man throughout the years.
Along with his usual role in the CW Hart of Dixie series, Bethel also had a recurring role in the soap opera. The Young and the Restless, and appeared in Bates Motel and in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill.
Marvel confirmed in late October 2017 that the series will get a new showrunner for the third season, with Erik Oleson replacing the showrunners of the second season, Doug Petrie and Marco Ramrez. It is worth noting that, Steven S. DeKnight served as a showrunner for the first season of the series.
Oleson arrives in Daredevil after becoming the chief editor and executive producer of the Amazon Studios series, The Man in the High Castle. No stranger to shows based on CMIC source material, Oleson spent a year as a writer and co-executive producer on the CW Arrow series, based on the DC Arrow Green Arrow character.
* Updated on October 17 by Estefania Oliver.