Daredevil Hires Loki Season 2 Directors, Ensures Justice For Charlie Cox’s Arc as They Tip Their Hats To the Netflix Series
Loki S2 Directors get hired to direct the highly anticipated series: Daredevil: Born Again
Loki’s second season has just come to an end and the one thing that is collectively agreed upon about the series is that it is good in every way shape or form. Along with the story and characters being extremely well thought-out and executed, the one thing that is not talked about enough is how well-directed the series is. Having excellent cinematography and some of the most beautiful shots, it is no surprise that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, the directors majorly responsible for this, are people that Marvel wants to work with again.
The ending of Loki season 2.
Loki S2 Directors Take Over Daredevil: Born Again
The Wrap recently did an interview with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, where these two Loki directors revealed behind-the-scenes details about the highly anticipated, Daredevil: Born Again. This series has made fans extremely nervous over the last couple of months, with the news that has come out about it.
Daredevil: Born Again will premiere in 2024.
“We have the best answer for you. So you see this space we’re in right now? This is our office and we just found out we have an office about 45 minutes ago,” Benson joked. “And that’s what we’re at with Daredevil.”
With re-shoots upon re-shoots, as well as stories of shifts in direction and leadership, many felt that this classic would get ruined because of the mess depictions made through these updates. Hope, however, seems to have been restored as the change in directors is one that is very good.
Loki Directors Are Starting From Scratch For Daredevil
During the interview, the two directors revealed the point that they were in when it came to the production of this project. They started by joking that it hadn’t even been an hour since they found out that they had an office. However, speaking more seriously, they explained that with the change in leadership, they have decided to start from square one.
Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock.
“It is day zero,” he explained. “We’re currently just consuming Daredevil content, not just the Netflix show but all the possible material. We’re just making our stew of information nice and thick.”
They are bringing the series back to the early levels of production and focusing more on consuming as much Daredevil content as they can. They explained that they are trying to make sure that the knowledge that they have about the superhero that they are making a series on is as vast as possible. This makes the trust that fans have in them increase tenfold with how seriously they are taking this job.