New Daredevil Born Again Suits For Charlie Cox And Bullseye Revealed


  • New Daredevil: Born Again set photos reveal updated, more comic-accurate suits for Daredevil and Bullseye.
  • Kevin Feige was reportedly unhappy with the original footage; the creative overhaul includes the addition of Bullseye from the Netflix series.
  • The gritty, grounded aesthetic of the Netflix series is consistent with Daredevil: Born Again, but larger connections to the MCU may come into play.

New Daredevil: Born Again set photos and video provide an HD look at the new, more comic-accurate suits worn by Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil and Wilson Bethel as Bullseye.

Daredevil: Born Again was set to be the first standalone MCU project for Cox’s titular character since he was formally integrated into the franchise with supporting appearances in Spider-Man: No Way Home, She-Hulk, and Echo. However, Daredevil: Born Again underwent a creative overhaul after production was postponed due to the writers’ and actors’ strikes because Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige was reportedly unhappy with the footage he’d seen. Now that the series has resumed production, one of the scenes currently being filmed involves Bethel’s Bullseye from the Daredevil Netflix series.


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The video from the Born Again set showing Daredevil and Bullseye in full costume was posted on X by user ChereNatalija. It offers a first look at Cox in an updated red Daredevil suit with a brighter shade. The costume retains the iconic devil horns and color scheme but also takes inspiration from the red-and-black suit introduced in the Netflix series. Meanwhile, Bethel is shown suited up as Bullseye in a militant assault gear ensemble with bandoliers and multiple pouches likely carrying his signature weapons. Additional images from GettyImages and Just Jared provide a clear look at the new Daredevil and Bullseye costume for Cox and Wilson, with both actors seemingly filming a fight scene.

In the comics, Bullseye is one of Daredevil’s most ruthless and dangerously unhinged enemies, with near-perfect aim allowing him to turn any small object into a lethal projectile weapon. Colin Farrell portrayed the villain in the 2003 Daredevil film starring Ben Affleck. However, the character is set to receive a darker and more faithful adaptation in Born Again. While full plot details remain tightly under wraps for now, it has been confirmed that the upcoming series will see Daredevil locked in conflict with Kingpin once more. Their bitter rivalry defined the acclaimed first three seasons of the original series, centered on the ideological battle between Daredevil’s vigilante justice and Fisk’s mission to control New York City through corruption and fear. Images from the set also suggest that Fisk will run for Mayor of New York City, still unrelenting in his lust for power and influence.

The tone and style of Daredevil: Born Again also appear consistent with the gritty, grimy, and grounded aesthetic of the Netflix series based on these first looks. However, as the first Daredevil project produced completely under Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige’s vision, connections to the Marvel Cinematic Universe could come into play. With 18 episodes reportedly planned, the series also has plenty of time to not only explore Daredevil’s world from exciting new angles but also further develop the compelling character dynamics between Matt Murdock, Deborah Ann Woll’s Karen Page, Foggy Nelson, and others that made the Netflix series so beloved.

Daredevil: Born Again is set to debut on Disney Plus in 2025.

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a sprawling movie and television franchise that weaves together individual stories of superheroes, including Captain America, Thor, Spider-Man, Hulk, Black Widow, and many more. The first film in the franchise, Iron Man, was released in 2008. The MCU has garnered critical praise and financial success, earning billions at the box office and becoming a cultural phenomenon.


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Source: ChereNatalija, Just Jared

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