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Friday, 1 August 2008

A new Daredevil? Jason Statham thinks so

Latino Review mention an interview Statham did with the LA Times. Anything would be better than The Affleck!! Daredevil is a great character and deserves a great director and actor. Statham...I don't know. Here's a snippet of the interview with Statham and Frank Miller

Could a British actor wear the red horns of the Man without Fear? Jason Statham says, "Absolutely, just give me the chance, I would love to be Daredevil."

Sitting with Statham and Miller, it was easy to get excited about the idea of another "Daredevil" movie, one that was not a remake as much as it was a new installment. Hey Miller is the man who wrote the "Born again" story arc in "Daredevil" -- there's plenty he could do with the character in a new movie. Statham said he is eager to work with Miller at some point and that he adores the Daredevil character. I made the mistake of asking Statham if might not make a better Bullseye than Matt Murdock and I thought he might hit me with his pint glass. "Forget Bullseye, I want to be Daredevil!" Miller nodded. "I think he should be Daredevil too."
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Anonymous said...

I think Statham could do the Daredevil part but he is all wrong for Matt Murdock