Daredevil in Marvel movie Multiverse of Madness:
In the Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness, Ben Affleck may appear as daredevil, according to a new report. According to a fresh report, Marvel Studios contacted Ben Affleck about a part in Doctor Strange: The Multiverse of Madness, thus Charlie Cox may not be the first actor to appear as daredevil in a Marvel Universe film.
On Twitter, @bigscreenleaks stated that Marvel has contacted Affleck’s team regarding a cameo appearance as Daredevil in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is set to be released sometime in late 2021. Affleck’s return to the part has not been confirmed by the leaker since then. Take this rumor with a pinch of salt since it’s unconfirmed at this time.
Doctor Strange 2 Rumors and Ben Affleck:
Daredevil, directed by Mark Steven Johnson in 2003, was Affleck’s debut film role as Murdock. Hawkeye (Colin Farrell) & Wilson Fisk/Kingpin (Michael Keaton) battled it out in the film (Michael Clarke Duncan). With $179.2 million in ticket sales and a standard costing of $78 million, Daredevil was a successful superhero film at the time. Daredevil, on the other hand, was panned by reviewers and moviegoers. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film currently has a 44% rating. Daredevil’s 2004 R-rated director’s cut proved more popular.
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Elektra, a Daredevil spinoff, was released in 2005 & starred Jennifer Garner as the title character. Elektra didn’t use Ben Affleck’s cameo, despite the fact that he taped it. Elektra’s box office performance was a colossal letdown, earning only 57 million dollars on a $43-$65 million production budget. The movie Elektra, which only has an 11 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, likewise garnered bad reviews. Daredevil sequel preparations were shelved after Elektra’s flop.
Daredevil and Affleck’s relationship has been tumultuous. As a result of his tenure as Daredevil, Affleck vowed in 2006 that he would never portray a superhero again. After he finished playing Daredevil in 2013, he stated he hated it, and he’s been repeating that opinion ever since. The actor did ultimately return to the superhero genre, though. In 2016’s Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, he makes his DCEU debut as Bruce Wayne/Batman. Even if he’s set to star in The Flash later in the year and, Affleck has made it clear that portraying Batman hasn’t made him happy, and he’s stated that sentiment publicly.
Doctor Strange 2 release date:
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, directed by Sam Raimi and written by Jade Halley Bartlett & Michael Waldron, is rumored to be released on May 6th.