Now that Netflix's Daredevil series is officially part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) canon, it seems to have created opportunities for several characters from the Netflix Marvel universe to make their way into Marvel Studios' cinematic universe. This opens the door for potential crossovers and expanded storytelling within the broader MCU.

According to the latest information from Jeff Sneider's newsletter, Elden Henson and Deborah Ann Woll are making a comeback in the series after a revision. The initial six episodes, out of the eight that were originally filmed, will be retained for the first half of the season. Notably, there are plans to rewrite and reshoot the pilot episode to resurrect the characters Foggy and Karen. The specific details about the extent of their involvement in the upcoming 18-episode season are yet to be revealed.

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The reported return of Woll and Henson adds to an already star-studded cast, including Charlie Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Jon Bernthal from the Daredevil series. The ensemble further expands with new additions like Margarita Levieva, Michael Gandolfini, Sandrine Holt, Nikki M. James, Genneya Walton, Clark Johnson, Arty Froushan, and Zabryna Guevara. This combination of familiar faces and fresh talent suggests a dynamic and compelling lineup for the project, creating anticipation for the unfolding narrative in the series.

The inclusion of Woll and Henson with Netflix's Daredevil now being acknowledged as part of the official Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) canon, signals a broader opportunity for other characters from Netflix's Defenders to potentially reenter the Marvel world. This development suggests the potential for a reunion of characters and storylines from the Netflix Marvel series within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe landscape. 

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In "Daredevil: Born Again," audiences can expect an exploration of the most recent clash between Matt Murdock, alias Daredevil (Charlie Cox), and the formidable Wilson Fisk, known as Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio). The series will unfold the intricacies of their ongoing conflict, providing a deeper insight into the ever-evolving struggles between the two iconic characters. 

Vincent D'Onofrio, in a recent interview with, emphasized that "Daredevil: Born Again" is a distinct and fresh take, not merely a continuation of the Netflix show. D'Onofrio expressed enthusiasm about the project, highlighting the enjoyable experience of working with the talented cast. He assured fans that both he and Charlie Cox are fully invested, and while the series requires significant effort, the scenes and dynamics bring a new and different feel to the show.

Daredevil: Born Again is scheduled to premiere on Disney+ in 2025.