Charlie Cox recently confirmed that the show will attempt to expand its audience while retaining its dark elements.

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe continue to fan the unquenchable fire that sparks the debate over Daredevil: Born Again.

On the one hand, there are those who hope the reboot will have a more gory tone, similar to the Netflix series that debuted almost a decade ago. On the other hand, there are those who believe that the project could match the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a PG-13 rating.

Charlie Cox recently confirmed that the show will attempt to expand its audience while retaining its dark elements. The actor noted that the story would not be as bloody as before. Because of this, fans assumed that the R rating was out of the question.

Don’t even think about it. Except what they mean by “a slightly younger audience”. The MCU is not a kids’ franchise, even though kids watch movies. They should use the R-rated Blade and Deadpool 3 approach so they can fully immerse themselves in the violence.

Yeah, I still wish we still had a Sorvigolov show that was rated TVMA, but I wouldnt worry too much. Batman helped me realize that mature and dark stories can still be told in a PG13 format.

No one wants a PG-13 rated “Snowhead”.

The film is set to premiere in the spring of 2024 on Disney+.

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