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The Working Title For Daredevil: Born Again Has Been Revised

The Daredevil: Born Again series from Marvel Studios for Disney+ will film under a working title appropriate for the Devil of Hell's Kitchen.

According to Cosmic Circus, the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series for Disney+ will be shot under the working title "Out the Kitchen" and the production company "Blind Faith Productions, LLC." The working title appears to refer not only to Matt Murdock's New York City neighborhood of Hell's Kitchen but also to the Man Without Fear leaving town, as he did in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.


Daredevil (Charlie Cox) spends a week on vacation in Los Angeles, where he meets Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) and fights crime alongside her as She-Hulk. Marvel is known for using unusual working titles for their MCU films and shows, which sometimes hint at important plot points or characters.

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The working title of X-Men '97 is "Teen Spirit," a reference to the popular Nirvana song released the same year as the original animated series premiered. The filming of Wonder Man will take place under the title "Callback," which refers to the character's previous life as a Hollywood stuntman. "My Pretty" is the working title for the WandaVision spinoff Agatha: Coven of Chaos, which is inspired by the Wizard of Oz.


The working title for Captain America: New World Order is "Rochelle Rochelle," a not-so-subtle reference to the fictional film in Seinfeld's Season 4 episode "The Movie." While Daredevil: Born Again does not begin production until 2023, Cox has already begun MMA training in preparation for the physically demanding increased episode count. "It's mad," Cox said. "Just in terms of shooting, physically it's going to be a real slog, and that will be a challenge in and of itself, which I'm excited about."

Charlie Cox as the Man Without Fear makes his regular series return in Daredevil: Born Again after a three-season run on the original Netflix series. Cox appeared in a cameo as Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: No Way Home and guest starred in the final two episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin, who made his MCU return in Hawkeye's season finale, will reunite with Cox in the upcoming MCU series. Daredevil and Kingpin will next appear on Disney+ in Marvel Studios' Echo series.


Source: Cosmic Circus

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