Netflix's Releases New Promo Trailer for Marvel's ‘Daredevil’

6:07 AM EDT 4/2/2015 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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Netflix has just released the fourth and latest promo trailer [via Movieweb] for Marvel's Daredevil, the series developed for the cable TV network by Drew Goddard, which is set to air all 13 episodes on April 10. The show follows the journey of Matt Murdock, who was blinded as a young boy but imbued with extraordinary senses, now fighting against injustice by day as a lawyer, and by night as the super hero Daredevil in modern day Hell's Kitchen, New York City.

Marvel's Daredevil stars Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock / Daredevil, Deborah Ann Woll as Matt's romantic interest Karen Page, Elden Henson as Matt's close friend and law partner Foggy Nelson, Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple, Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin, Ayelet Zurer as Kingpin's love interest Vanessa Marianna, Bob Gunton as Leland Owlsley, Toby Leonard Moore as Kingpin's right-hand man Wesley, and Vondie Curtis-Hall as the journalist Ben Urich. The newest addition to the show are: Rob Morgan as play Turk Barrett, a small-time criminal in Hell's Kitchen; Matt Gerald as Melvin Potter, a machinist caught between a rock and a hard place; Peter Shinkoda as Nobu, a Japanese businessman with an agenda all his own; Wai Ching Ho as Madame Gao, a powerful woman running her own trade; and Nikolai Nikolaeff and Gideon Emery as Vladimir and Anatoly, two Russian brothers looking to forge new names for themselves in America.

The series is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios, with Steven S. DeKnight serving as showrunner, and Drew Goddard, who created the comic book characters, acting as consultant. On what to expect from the upcoming web-TV series and on how it is different from the other live-action adaptations of the Marvel Comics character, Cox who plays Daredevil told Empire Online: "This is more sinister, and that really suits the character. The hero and the villain... it's a very blurry line. Let's say that you didn't know anything about Daredevil, hopefully you would feel a sense of ambiguity about who's on the right path here. And, well, you know... we have blood."

DeKnight, further elaborating, said: "Netflix, of course, they don't have a problem with pushing it. I mean, they go anywhere from G to NC-17. But the Marvel brand, that's a little different. They're obviously not comfortable going that far with it, though they've allowed us to push it much further than you've seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since starting with Iron Man. It is much more geared towards adults. We call it PG-16. We don't quite get to R, but we kiss right up to it." The showrunner bills the Daredevil show as a crime drama with plenty of action, rather than an action piece set in a criminal world. "We always say we shoot for The Wire although no-one ever reaches The Wire. We also took our cues from classic cop movies of the '70s that we love: The French Connection, Dog Day Afternoon, movies like that," DeKight adds.

Marvel's Daredevil is the first of four new Netflix superhero shows, including Marvel's A.K.A. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. All four characters will come together to form The Defenders in another new and separate mini-series. 

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