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Steven DeKnight is speaking out.
The showrunner, known for the Netflix version of Daredevil and Jupiter’s Legacy, is calling out Disney+’s upcoming reboot of the superhero drama.
Last year, Disney+ confirmed they would be moving forward with their own Daredevil series, called Daredevil: Born Again, which will see Charlie Cox reprise his role as the blind superhero.
It will also involve a different creative team than the one behind the Netflix original.
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“It’s an old Disney scam where they slightly rename a series to reset contract terms back to first season. Needs to be addressed by all the guilds/unions and crushed!” Steven wrote on X.
As The Wrap notes, the brief runtime of shows has been an issue for actors, writers and fans for years. Steven is seemingly calling out the fact that these limited seasons may be related to having to avoid paying workers more.
Find out who else is set to appear in the upcoming Disney+ series.
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Bethenny Frankel has some words for Andy Cohen.
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There is a lot of confusion surrounding Marvel Studios’ upcoming series, “Daredevil: Born Again.” Is it a continuation of the Netflix series? If not, why have the same actors in the roles? Marvel has been a bit vague on the details, but fans aren’t the only ones a bit frustrated by the lack of clarity regarding the idea behind ‘Born Again.’ Is it a reboot? Is it a revival? Continue reading Steven DeKnight Calls Out “Old Disney Scam” To Avoid Contract Payments For “Daredevil: Born Again” Reboot at The Playlist.
Netflix‘s Daredevil series has called out Disney for its upcoming reboot, calling it a “scam” for creatives who worked on the Netflix show.Netflix’s Daredevil series – which was released in partnership with Marvel – ran between 2015 and 2018 and lasted for three seasons. Following the launch of Disney+ in 2019, Disney – who acquired Marvel back in 2009 – ordered a slate of new Marvel series for its streaming platform.
Steven DeKnight, showrunner on Netflix’s Marvel Daredevil series, calls the upcoming Disney+ series “an old Disney scam” that will keep the Netflix series creatives from getting what is due to them financially.
If fans are wondering why Marvel’s resurrected “Daredevil” series has been given a different name, “Daredevil: Born Again”, the series’ original showrunner is here to explain the renaming is “an old Disney scam” meant to squash contractual deals with the series’ crew.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Steven DeKnight, who served as the showrunner on the first season of Netflix’s “Daredevil,” recently took to social media to criticize Disney for running a scam with its upcoming reboot series “Daredevil: Born Again” (via Entertainment Weekly). The 18-episode series features the returns of Charlie Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio and Jon Bernthal, who starred on the original Netflix series as Daredevil, Kingpin and Punisher, respectively.
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