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Old 03-25-04, 02:15 AM
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Since Afflecker is out who should be DareDevil in a sequel

Since Mr Affleck has decided to "retire" from Action Films and do only Comedies, who should replace him if FOX decides to do a DareDevil sequel? I think they should give Jim Caviezel a shot, I think he could pull it off, but it would be kinda odd seeing him play both Jesus and The (Dare)Devil
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Affleck said he wasn't too interested in making Daredevil anytime soon (unless of course Kevin Smith helped make it). I don't think he's given up on it at all, though; wait until he needs another paycheck...

PS Max Von Sydow played both Jesus and the Devil in his movie career. He also played Death... against him in a game of chess, anyway.
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....I'd go in a heatrbeat if they made it.
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Who couldn't be Daredevil?

The only requirements I can think of are

A. You must be between 18-40 years of age.

B. Between 5'6-6'4

C. Under 300 pounds

D. White (Although after the last movie this might not be required.)
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Originally posted by DonnachaOne
wait until he needs another paycheck...
please, God...not another Paycheck
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Originally posted by antennaball
please, God...not another Paycheck
Ah, I'm glad someone caught the pun...
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Who should of been Daredevil in the first movie.
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Jude Law should have been Matt Murdock from the start.
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Originally posted by DonnachaOne
Affleck said he wasn't too interested in making Daredevil anytime soon (unless of course Kevin Smith helped make it). I don't think he's given up on it at all, though; wait until he needs another paycheck...
They way I read it it seemed as though he was done all together. Here is the article I read
http://www.imdb.com/news/wenn/2004-03-16
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I question if they'll even make a sequel to DD -- it did good, but not great, and like Hulk, it's a question of diminishing returns for the most part I think. I wouldn't hold my breath, in order words.
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I don't mind if Affleck returns, as long as the original writers/producers/director stay home.


Imagine what Scorsese could have done with the material in 1974... with DeNiro as Daredevil and ... say... Orson Welles as the Kingpin.
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Originally posted by Sierra Disc
I question if they'll even make a sequel to DD -- it did good, but not great, and like Hulk, it's a question of diminishing returns for the most part I think. I wouldn't hold my breath, in order words.
Actually, I think of what Proyas or Fincher could have done.
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did this movie do well enough for a sequel? I like superhero movies as much as the next guy, but if any of the creative forces behind the original has a significant part in the sequel I'll skip it (but who knows, maybe they'll figure it out) and I don't mind if Affleck reprises his role or not, they could however do a lot better
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Nobody! I dont think there needs to be another DD.
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i wouldnt mind a Bullseye movie.....


I thought Bullseye stole the movie.....Just an awesome bad guy..
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I think Affleck did a fine job as DD. I would not be surprised to see him back in a year or two.
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Originally posted by raven56706
i wouldnt mind a Bullseye movie.....


I thought Bullseye stole the movie.....Just an awesome bad guy..
Maybe they could put Bullseye into the X-Men series since both are Fox films and it would follow the storyline from the comics and tie in Logan searching for his past.
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Originally posted by ArchibaldTuttle
did this movie do well enough for a sequel?
With US and international gross plus DVD sales it made well over $200,000,000 while it cost was $122,000,000 with budget and marketing costs. Looks like it did ok even though not widely liked. If they could get a better story for a sequel, then they might have something here.
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I liked ben, HATED Garner.

That said Jude Law would be interesting.
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THAT'S hilarious !! hahahah

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Jet Li, he will do anything to get into a US/Hollywood movie.

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