Joe Carnahan Had Planned A Daredevil Trilogy

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Daredevil rights have reverted back to Marvel, and the vision director Joe Carnahan had for an old school Daredevil film for Fox has been scrapped. After the announcement that the rights would be going back to the house of mouse, Carnahan took to Twitter to show two videos he had made to show how his film would feel. The 1970s Hell’s Kitchen take would have been the first in a planned trilogy for the director of The Grey. The films would have been Daredevil  ’73, ’79, and ’85. Carnahan was on The Matthew Aaron show along with actor Frank Grillo where he talked about his upcoming Death Wish remake, what happened with the film Continue and his new pilot for Brian Grazer at A&E. The interesting bit for us comes at the 7:15 mark.  A tip of the hat to ManWithoutFear.com (@manwithoutfear) for bringing it to people’s attention.


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Source : TheMatthewAaronShow