‘She/ Hulk’ Director Talks Daredevil’s Role in the Series
It is among the most interesting projects of the MCU’s phase four, and only gained in its intriguing with the announcement that Matt Murdock would be present and accounted for; we now have a bit more information, as She/ Hulk director, Kat Coira, Talks Daredevil’s role in the series.
The story and journey of Jennifer Walters have to be one of the more unique of any character in Marvel’s massive pantheon of heroes; considering that she brings to audiences one of the more interesting perspectives that the company can offer.
Walters is both a New York City lawyer who does her best to protect the interests of the community but is also a part of the Marvel Universes superhero community; and where her story gets the most interesting is how those two things coincide and interact at points.
Her narrative in the source material has consistently been some of the most interesting- and at times, inconsistent- and with the MCU taking its turn in adapting the beloved hero, there is an overwhelming collective excitement about how they will develop the character for the film franchise.
That excitement only grew when a trailer revealed that none other than Matt Murdock would be present in the series, and with fans curious about the character’s place in the project, She/ Hulk director, Kat Coira, has spoken about DAredevil’s role in the series.
Speaking to EW, Coira stated, “Can I tell you how excited I was when the audience was able to see that and I realized that I did not have to keep that secret anymore? Yes, Daredevil is in the show. I mean, how can you have a legal comedy and not have Daredevil come into it?”
Coira added, “They match each other’s wits, is what I can say. I am definitely excited for daredevil to make his appearance because I think he’s going to be a crowd favorite. But I can’t tell you anything else about that. The Marvel police is a real thing and I don’t want to be arrested by them.”
It is interesting to consider how Murdock will factor into the story of Jennifer Walter, but Coira is absolutely correct about one thing; there is no way that the two weren’t going to interact considering how similar they both are in their roles.