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According to Charlie Cox, the new Daredevil series for the MCU “probably won’t be as gory.”

Charlie Cox thinks that reducing some of the violence and making the character and Daredevil: Born Again more approachable to a wider audience may not be a terrible thing, even though he is aware of those fans’ expectations.

This time around, the programme “probably won’t be as gory,” according to Hollywood actor Charlie Cox, who will be reprising his role as Matt Murdock aka Daredevil in the Disney+ series Daredevil: Born Again.

With the 18-episode Disney+ series, Cox is finally preparing to take the helm of his own MCU project. For three seasons beginning in 2015 on Netflix, he first took on the role of the blind vigilante and co-founder of the Nelson and Murdock Law Office.

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Charlie Cox, the new Daredevil series for the MCU

In an interview with NME, Cox said, according to The Hollywood Reporter, an American digital and print magazine, “fans of the original series may expect certain similarities inside the new programme regarding its tone.” But he also warned that some aspects will undoubtedly be different because he thought “this character works best when he’s aimed towards a bit older audience.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, he stated, “My hunch is that it will be dark on Disney+, but it definitely won’t be as gory.” This suggests that Murdock won’t be as potent an opponent as he was throughout the Netflix run of Daredevil. The more mature, gritty, and openly cruel TV-MA version of the character was especially beloved by fans of the original series.

While acknowledging the expectations of such fans, Cox contends that reducing some of the brutality and making the character and programme more approachable to a larger audience might not be a terrible thing.

“We’ve done that, I’d say to those people. Take what has proven to be effective, but can we broaden it? The Hollywood Reporter quoted him as asking, “Can we appeal to a somewhat younger audience without sacrificing everything we’ve learned about what works?

Netflix’s Daredevil, a show created by Drew Goddard, was cancelled in late 2018 when it was revealed that Marvel Television was closing and would be combined with Marvel Studios.

Kevin Feige, according to The Hollywood Reporter, revealed that Murdock would make a comeback in December 2021, in conjunction with the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which was Murdock’s first MCU big-screen appearance.

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