TCN’s Joshua Morales interviews actor Royce Johnson about his “Daredevil” character, attempts to save the show, and more.
On August 1st, I had the pleasure of hosting an interview with stuntwoman Lauren Mary Kim.
It truly is the age of clickbait; the latest fake news—Matt Murdock will be in Marvel Studios’ “Spider-Man 3.”
With the recent news coverage dealing with Ben Affleck, it’s time to go way back to the year of 2003, before he was Batman for the DCEU, but instead when he was Marvel’s own vigilante known as Daredevil.
The newest trailer for Netflix’s Daredevil series has dropped, and it’s finally given us a good look at some big name characters for the series. Most notably is Matt Murdock’s law partner, Foggy Nelson played by Elden Henson, and the series’ apparent big bad, The Kingpin, played by Vincent D’Onofrio. […]
From the tone of the trailers and the early reviews, the phrase “dark and gritty” is getting thrown around to describe Netflix’s Daredevil quite a bit. Judging from the source material, their AKA Jessica Jones will also be geared more towards adults than the other offerings to the MCU. Now, […]
Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of TCN’s Weekly Rumor Roundup. As with every week prior, TCN will review all of the big rumors that have hit the web this past week and, like last time, all of our rumors are brought to you by the official Twitter account […]
For some, the April 10th release date for Daredevil cant come soon enough. With only a handful of set photos, a couple posters, and a quick trailer, fans are eager to soak up any details that can be found for the upcoming Netflix produced show. Luckily for fans, Empire Magazine has […]
When Marvel first announced their deal with Netflix, fans let out a wide declaration of approval. Over the months that followed fans caught their first look at Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock thanks to set photos and then later office press releases. Fans waited in eager excitement for the first […]
Yesterday, Internet TV giant Netflix and Disney’s Marvel branch announced a deal that will give some Marvel characters their own TV content, to air exclusively on Netflix. The shows will consist of four separate, live-action, limited series, starting off with “Daredevil,” followed by “Jessica Jones,” “Iron Fist,” and “Luke Cage.” […]