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Elden Hensen Rumoured to be Returning as Foggy Nelson

It’s looking more and more like Nelson and Murdock will be putting up their shingle again. It’s been rumoured that Elden Henson is rumoured to be returning as Foggy Nelson for the DAREDEVIL: BORN AGAIN series on Disney+.

RUMOR: Daredevil Star Elden Henson to Return as Foggy Nelson in Born Again

Actor Elden Henson is reportedly set to return as Matt Murdock’s close friend and colleague, Foggy Nelson, in Disney+’s Daredevil: Born Again.

Over the last two years, Marvel Studios and Disney+ have slowly brought more of Netflix’s Daredevil series into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following the titular superhero and his iconic nemesis, the upcoming series, Daredevil: Born Again is rumored to see the return of Matt Murdock’s friend and colleague, Foggy Nelson.

It was recently reported by scooper DanielRPK that actor Elden Henson may have signed on to the Disney+ series as Foggy in Born Again. This has not been officially confirmed by either Henson or Marvel Studios and should be taken with a grain of salt.

Henson made his debut as Foggy in the first season of Daredevil back in 2015. The series showed he and Matt decided to open up a law firm straight after graduating from university. While the two were close, Foggy was initially unaware that Matt Murdock was also the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen, also known as Daredevil. Eventually he found out and it placed great strain on their friendship.

There is no word yet on whether or not actor Deborah Ann Woll will be joining the cast as Karen Page. Earlier this year, Woll previously expressed enthusiasm about potentially playing the character in that world again. “I would come back because I want to play with Matt Murdock again… I want to play with Frank Castle again. I want to see these characters again. Even though I’ve stayed in touch with the humans, the characters are also fascinating people.

Daredevil: Born Again was announced in July and will be comprised of 18 episodes. Marvel Studios President and Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige made the announcement at San Diego Comic-Con. Star Charlie Cox previously revealed he was told by Feige that the show would not be a continuation of the Netflix series. The actor said, “It is a Season 1, it is not Season 4, so it is a whole new thing… Which I think is the way to go. If you are going to do it again, do it differently.”

Cox made his official return as Matt Murdock in the MCU in Spider-Man: No Way Home, in which he briefly appeared giving legal counsel to Peter Parker, May Parker and Happy Hogan and showcased a few of his superhuman reflexes. Prior to this, Disney+’s Hawkeye series had reintroduced actor Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk, better known as the Kingpin, though audiences noted some physical differences from his Netflix series counterpart.


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Charlie Cox Wants More Legal Drama in “Daredevil: Born Again”

Charlie recently stated he wanted his alter legal eagle Matt Murdock to engage in more of the law side of the character. Read on.

Charlie Cox Wants More Legal Drama in ‘Daredevil: Born Again’

With 18 episodes to fill, Cox hopes his upcoming Disney+ series will explore Matt Murdock’s day job.

One of the most beloved cameos in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was Charlie Cox’s appearance as Matt Murdock a.k.a. Daredevil. Cox played the blind superhero in three seasons of “Daredevil” on Netflix and reprised the role for “The Defenders,” but neither of those shows were part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the time. Netflix canceled “Daredevil” and its other Marvel series in 2019, but Feige confirmed ahead of “No Way Home” that Daredevil would join the MCU. That film used a multiverse plot device to shoehorn beloved characters into the MCU’s mythology. Fans quickly began clamoring for more Daredevil after Cox’s cameo in “No Way Home,” and it was soon announced that he would be suiting up yet again for an 18-episode Disney+ series titled “Daredevil: Born Again.”

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Cox revealed that he’s grateful the studio had the confidence to order 18 episodes of the series, far more than he ever had in a single season at Netflix.

“We know there’s going to be 18 episodes, and that’s kind of mind blowing to me,” Cox said. “So there’s even more content than we were doing before, which at the time, felt like a lot.”

What does the actor want to fill those extra episodes with? If he gets his way, we’ll see a lot more of Murdock’s day job as a lawyer.

“What I hope that does is give us longer to really live in the characters and to spend more time in Matt Murdock’s world as a lawyer,” he said. “And still have all the cool Daredevil superhero stuff, but to really live in his world and ground the show in the day-to-day life of someone who’s a lawyer, I think could be really interesting.”

Marvel Studios clearly knows a thing or two about combining superhero action with legal drama, as demonstrated by the success of “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” (in which Cox will also appear). While “Daredevil: Born Again” will certainly try to differentiate itself from “She-Hulk” and establish its own voice, Cox has complete confidence in Marvel’s ability to produce a winning series.

“I’m such a fan of everything they’ve done so far, I wouldn’t underestimate them at all,” he recently said.


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Charlie Cox on What The Red & Yellow Suit Will Mean to the Fans

Charlie addresses what the yellow and red suit will mean to the fans of DAREDEVIL.

Daredevil’s Charlie Cox Knew What the Gold and Red Suit Would Mean to Fans

Charlie Cox shares his emotional response to learning he would be wearing an iconic Daredevil costume in She-Hulk, knowing how fans would react.

Daredevil himself, Charlie Cox, revealed he knows exactly what the gold and red suit would mean to fans the moment he saw the designs.

Cox shared in an interview with Rotten Tomatoes at D23 that he first saw the new outfit when he was preparing to play Matt Murdock/Daredevil for the first time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His MCU debut, which was a cameo appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home where Matt Murdock served as Peter Parker’s lawyer, did not call for a new Daredevil costume, but he is set to appear as the vigilante in an upcoming episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. “So I had to go to LA to have a fitting, and I walk in – I can say this now – I walk in. I knew I wasn’t going to wear it in [Spider-Man: No Way Home], I knew that much, but whilst we were doing Spider-Man we were getting ready to do She-Hulk, and so I got to go to LA to a fitting, and I walk in and the suit is hanging there. But then there’s a drawing on the wall and it has the gold and red.”

Cox shared that he instantly knew that that version of the costume would mean a lot to fans. “And I was like ‘no way,'” Cox laughed. “It’s funny because when you play the character this long, it’s like you’re emotionally connected to the fans’ response. So you see something like that and it means something to you, because you know what it means – what it’s going to mean,” he said.

Cox has been playing Daredevil since 2015, with a brief break between 2018, when Daredevil was canceled by Netflix, and his MCU debut in 2021. “Like, you start to have a sense of how people are going to respond to that. So I saw that, and then they come in with that, and I’m like ‘aw man, this is unreal’.”

The MCU is set to keep Cox busy for the next few years, as he will follow up his guest appearances in No Way Home and She-Hulk with the Echo series in 2023, and the Disney+ reboot of Daredevil, subtitled Born Again, which is set to premiere in 2024. He will also lend his voice to the animated series Spider-Man: Freshman Year.

New episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are streaming on Disney+ every Thursday.


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Charlie Cox Thanks the #SaveDaredevil Campaign

At the recent Disney+ D23 convention, Charlie humbly thanked the #SaveDaredevil campaign that got him back as the Man Without Fear.

Daredevil: Born Again Star Charlie Cox Pays Tribute to the #SaveDaredevil Campaign

Charlie Cox has thanked the Save Daredevil fan campaign for bringing the character back.

Daredevil star Charlie Cox has thanked the efforts of the #SaveDaredevil campaign, which began following the cancelation of the hugely popular Netflix series. Appearing at D23 and speaking with ExtraTV, the actor gave a “huge shout-out” to the fan-led campaign, with Cox admitting that he did not think he would ever get the opportunity to suit up as Daredevil again.

“A huge shout-out to the Save Daredevil folks because really, they went to work and they didn’t give up on that dream. And there was a long period of time where I was like, ‘I don’t think it is going to happen, guys.’ It is really emotional to be given this second life when you have already developed such a love for the character and the people, and now we are embarking on this whole new journey and it is the beginning again. I feel so grateful and excited and I’m nervous all over again, you know what I mean? It is a wild journey. It is the gift that keeps on giving.”

The Save Daredevil campaign began following the cancelation of the Netflix Daredevil series back in 2018. The petition garnered more than 400,000 signatures and called for Marvel Studios to bring back Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock aka Daredevil and bring him fully into the MCU. The campaign reached far and wide, even gaining the attention of Cox’s Daredevil co-star, Vincent D’Onofrio.

It sounds like Charlie Cox was just as disappointed as the rest of is when Daredevil was brought to a premature end. While the actor, who has no doubt had experience with the brutality of Hollywood, gave up hope, he is clearly deeply grateful that fans kept the Daredevil dream alive.


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Charlie Cox Says “Daredevil: Born Again” a Reboot Not a Continuation

While at Disney+ D23 convention, Charlie has clarified that DAREDEVIL: BORN AGAIN will not be a continuation, but a reboot. Read what Charlie had to say below.

Daredevil Star Charlie Cox Confirms Born Again is a Reboot

The next time Marvel fans get a Daredevil series, it looks like it’s going to be a complete reboot. While some still held out hope the series will be a continuation of the Netflix series, Daredevil star Charlie Cox said Saturday the creatives behind the show are looking at it as the beginning of something entirely new compared to a fourth season.

“It is a Season 1, it is not Season 4, so it is a whole new thing,” Cox told extraTV at D23 Expo. “Which I think is the way to go. If you are going to do it again, do it differently.”

When we spoke with Cox earlier this year, the Marvel favorite admitted he wasn’t sure what direction that series would end up going.

“I love it. I’ve loved every minute of it,” Cox told earlier this year. “And right now I’m just buzzing that it’s kind of happening again, it’s starting up again. And I don’t know where it’s going, I don’t know how much involvement I’m going to have, I don’t know what it’s leading to, but it feels like we’re born again. And so I feel like I’m getting a second chance at the dream job that has… I refer to it as, ‘There’s the gift that keeps on giving.'”

He went on to add that he’s started re-reading the entire Daredevil catalog from the beginning.

“It’s been so good to me, I’ve had such a good time doing it, I love playing the character, I love the stories,” he continued. “I’ve been doing other stuff, I’ve been working on my kids, but about a month ago, I re-upped my Marvel Unlimited account. And I started reading the comics from the beginning again, which I haven’t done since we started the show all those years ago.”

Daredevil: Born Again is expected to drop Spring 2024. The first three seasons of Daredevil and The Defenders limited series can now be seen on Disney+.

What other characters do you hope to see join Marvel’s new Daredevil series? Let us know your thoughts either in the comments section or by hitting our writer @AdamBarnhardt up on Twitter to chat all things MCU!


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