Daredevil Season 2 has only been available to stream for a few short days, with no guaranteed of a third season before Matt Murdock joins The Defenders, but already Charlie Cox knows who should take aim at the Man Without Fear in Season 3, including a familiar face, and a long-awaited debut.
When all you care about is money, bad things happen. That’s the message of Jurassic World, where greedy theme-park executives hoping to spike attendance engineer the “Indominus Rex,” a genetically-modified dinosaur that immediately turns on its creators and runs amok. Designed as a cautionary tale about the dangers of building a meaner, badder monster purely for the sake of profits, Jurassic World works equally well as a cautionary tale about doing the same thing in movies. All of the rationalizations provided by Jurassic World’s employees — “Consumers want them bigger, louder, more teeth.” “Somebody’s gotta make sure this company has a future!” — could have been taken directly out of the mouths of the studio executives who approved this gene splice of a reboot and a sequel. Their creation — the Indominus or the movie, there’s basically no difference — is as advertised; huge, mean, and visually striking. But this experiment is not without consequences.
Vincent D’Onofrio is now officially a career movie and television villain to the point where, even if the big twist in a movie revealed D’Onofrio as the bad guy, we’d all roll our eyes and say, “Well, obviously.” The actor will now use his particular set of skills to take on the role of lead villain in Dax Shepard’s upcoming big screen version of classic cop series CHiPs.
Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil will hit the streets in a matter of hours, and dams are already breaking now that the famous red suit has been revealed to the public. We’ve given Daredevil a glowing advance review, but before your binge, get answers to some of Daredevil‘s most burning questions with our spoilery FAQ review!
This week may yet prove the longest in recent memory, as the home stretch before Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil arrives in its entirety on April 10. We’ve seen the early episodes (and loved them), but even we haven’t seen all of the new footage brought to light by two brand-new full-length trailers. Can it be Friday morning already?
It’s a big day for Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil now that early reviews have started pouring in (ahem, wink-wink, nudge-nudge), but not all of the talk has been early praise. The Marvel-ous new drama’s latest trailers have Rosario Dawson bluntly pointing out, “your outfit kind of sucks, by the way.” Well, it’s a work in progress.
Netflix's 'Daredevil' is the 'Batman Begins' 'Arrow' wishes it could be, and exactly the bone-crunching street level drama Marvel needed to complete its cinematic superhero universe. Our early review, before all 13 episodes hit streaming on April 10!
Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil dropped some major teasers in its last motion poster, but with the premiere of all 13 episodes just over a week away, it’s time for a closer look at the Hell’s Kitchen cast. What new secrets are hiding in the full set of character posters for Marvel’s Daredevil?
We’re less than two weeks away from the Netflix debut of Marvel’s Daredevil, but the release of all 13 episodes can’t stop our hunt for new footage. The latest spot for Marvel’s man without fear dials up the action, as Matt Murdock kicks and flips his way through every evil-doer in Kingpin’s arsenal.
Vincent D’Onofrio playing a bad guy is about as reliable as the changing of the tides, the sun rising in the morning or…as Vincent D’Onofrio playing a bad guy. We’ll get a little taste of his penchant for fictional villainy next month when Marvel’s Daredevil series hits Netflix, but he’s already made plans for his next dubious role: the actor will play the villain in Antoine Fuqua’s remake of The Magnificent Seven.