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As you’re no doubt aware, Marvel Studios took the internet by storm when it was revealed that a brand new daredevil The series was in the early stages of Disney Plus development, something we were almost sick of hearing as part of the regular rumor mill, although it became almost inevitable when Charlie Cox moved on. Spider-Man: No Coming Home.
Concerns are already being expressed about the dilution of former Netflix ownership to fit the family mission of Mouse House, but a positive side effect is that the chances of a Jessica Jones the revival soared as a result. Similar to Cox (and Jon Bernthal’s Punisher for that matter), Krysten Ritter’s super-powered private eye was touted for an MCU return from the time the rights reverted to Kevin Feige’s outfit.
Coincidentally, news of daredevil V2.0 came on the heels of Ritter and the former Luke Cage reuniting and posting the image on social media for the world to see, and fans reacted in exactly the same way. way you expected.
Ritter also made a point of calling Jessica a Disney princess after the three-season favorite was added to Disney Plus as part of the rebranded Defenders saga, so it’s not like she ever cast her as the character. The MCU strives to provide as much content as possible based on the more than 30 projects currently underway for film and television, with Jessica Jones surely destined to be among them.