Vincent D’Onofrio Confirms Why ‘Daredevil’ Was Canceled

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It was a huge deal when it was first announced in April 2013 that Netflix had signed a deal with Marvel Studios to adapt. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Tekken For streaming, 4 individual shows defender crossover event.

The big-screen adventures of Iron Man and the Gang have reached their peak of popularity since their release, though. Avenger’s Last summer, Marvel was still not in a position to make a blockbuster movie of the same kind, so it made sense from both a creative and business standpoint.

However, after Disney decided to join the streaming war with its own platform, the entire lineup of Marvel’s favorite Netflix was canceled one by one. We could have guessed why, but Vincent D’Onofrio confirmed to the Marvel News Desk: Daredevil Mousehouse and the MCU were victims of their own ambitions.

“I don’t think any of us were fine. I think we were like, ‘Oh okay, we had a hit show and now it’s gone’. But soon after that the #SaveDaredevil group started going up, and the cast, most of us believed, but Charlie (Cox) and I know for sure, and Deborah (Ann Woll) thinks we’re just starting to learn. Why did that happen. So we understood what Marvel was doing with Disney Plus coming out.

If you’ve been in this business for a long time, like all of us, it makes some sense for your business. What didn’t make sense to us was why we didn’t continue the show or the idea of ​​how it worked and how well it worked. Conceptually, I think we were disappointed, but I think we all understood what was going on. It was kind of inevitable. In this business you learn to accept things because you know it is a business after all and there is really nothing you can do about it.”

At least the actor has returned to the long-awaited fight. Hawkeye, while Charlie Cox made a cameo appearance Spider-Man: No Way Home More to come from both of them to re-introduce the two Netflix veterans into the full MCU.

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