Vincent D’Onofrio has wanted get our teeth long when discussing his return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Kingpin in upcoming Disney+ series Echo and Daredevil: Born Again.
The actor has been present at the recent FanX convention held in Utah, United States, and although he has not been able to go into details, Vincent D’Onofrio has made a number of very interesting claims attendees about their presence in these upcoming UCM series, as compiled by Heroic Hollywood.
“You have no idea what awaits you with [Daredevil] Born again. I know a little more than you. All I can say is, during the next series, you’re not going to be thinking about anything but the next episode. I promise… I try to have to play by the rules, so I’ll just say that Charlie and I are going to have the opportunity to go deeper than ever into our characters.”
It’s an interesting promise, since we don’t know much about Daredevil: Born Again, the upcoming series starring Charlie Cox after making his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe proper in Spider-Man: No Way Home and, more importantly, , She-Hulk: Lawyer She-Hulk. Echo will be another of the series in which we will see Vincent D’Onofrio, and will star Alaqua Cox after having appeared in Hawkeye.
Vincent D’Onofrio also had a few words on the connection that Echo and Daredevil will have: Born Again, which seems to follow the usual rules of the MCU. The end of Echo will be directly connected to the beginning of Daredevil: Born Again.
There is still no release date for either series, since Echo also had to pause filming recently. We have only been able to see a first trailer behind closed doors for the series. We know even less about Daredevil: Born Again, although it will have an impressive 18 episodes and is expected to premiere in 2024.
Here we collect the three ways in which Daredevil has changed for the UCM with respect to his Netflix series.