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He’s big, he’s bald, and well, maybe not so beautiful. I mean, if you consider a hellbent mob boss that can work your face like pizza dough with his hefty trash bag sized fists, then sure I guess there’s some beauty in that.

Marvel’s Daredevil premieres on Netflix on April 10. Leading up to the anticipated premier, fans have been treated to a refreshingly brooding style  trailer, couple of motion posters, and a few official photos featuring lead characters like Foggy Neslon, the Night Nurse and the titular hero himself Daredevil. One big character (and I mean that literally) that we haven’t seen much of is the show’s lead villain Wilson Fisk, aka The Kingpin. The character was given a passing pan in the trailer for Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil series, but now USA Today have debuted our first proper look at Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket) as The Kingpin.  We also have some quotes from the actor, so click on through and have a look-see.

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This time on the all new lemon scented RadioBastard podcast hour of power, Jeremy and Jason get wrapped up in the timeless internet sensation known as #DressGate. Also, there’s some hot llama action, a plot to steal Winston Churchill‘s vampire blood and a hot Latin body for Jason, 47 uses for chicken skin, and DuckTales! Wooo… Wha?

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In a little over a month, Marvel Studios will begin the next phase of its global multimedia dominance by launching the first of five Netflix series, this one about Daredevil, the Man Without Fear. Starring Charlie Cox as the titular vigilante with super-powered senses, Daredevil promises to be unlike any Marvel movie or series seen so far, a grim and gritty urban tale of dark heroes and darker villains. In a batch of new images from the show just released, we get our first official look at many of the other many characters, and in the accompanying interview, the show’s bosses discuss where Ol’ Horn Head, that is if he does take on a horn-headed helmet at some point, will find his place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (more…)

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We’re all waiting anxiously for Netflix and Marvel‘s new Daredevil series to hit on April 10th and you can be sure that in the time remaining that Marvel will be kicking the promotional machine into high gear. Today’s little tidbit came to us in the form of a tweet, with a nice tie in to Marvel’s other Television show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. What’s the connection? (more…)

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In the wake of the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man announcement we can expect to see and read a lot more about Spider-Man and his addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the next few days. There’s still a ton of questions to be answered and the Internet being the Internet, you know we won’t just wait for the answers, we’ll speculate, postulate, and basically throw Spider-man Webbing at the Internet Wall and see what sticks. What’s the burning Spider-Man question we hope to answer right now? Where will Spider-Man make his first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? (more…)

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It’s one hell of a time to be a nerd. I’ve never played ‘Legend Of Zelda,‘ but even I know that the show was more about Link than it was Princess Zelda. You just pick that stuff up along the way. I was more of a ‘Space Harrier’ fan, even though the longevity comparison between both games is woefully huge. In fact, let’s take a vote! If you were to make a TV show or movie about a video game, which would it be? Keep in mind that those efforts often fail at the box office. You gotta be very careful about that. In the case of television, you gotta aim for those coveted ratings instead. That is, unless you’re doing ‘Legend Of Zelda.’ (more…)

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Just a couple months after being cast for the lead role the Marvel/Netflix project ‘AKA Jessica Jones,’ Krysten Ritter’s taking in her first day of shooting. She was spotted on the NYC set yesterday looking very much like a young woman with something on her mind. And it’s not just the blistering cold. The story of a former superhero with PTSD, turned private detective to make ends meet, is definitely deep material to glean from. With the look on her face in some of these pics, I’m expecting our fair share of introspection in this story. Or maybe she was just freakin’ cold. Check it out. (more…)

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The 15 second teaser for the teaser trailer hit the Internet yesterday to get everyone geared up for today’s full teaser trailer from Marvel and Netflix‘s Daredevil series. It was easy to complain about yesterday’s teaser-teaser because after you took out the intro and the credits, we only really got 5 seconds of material to gawk at. This time we get a ton of stuff to look at, listen to, and of course speculate on. (more…)

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With just two months to go until the April 10th premiere of all 13 episodes of Marvel‘s new television series Daredevil on Netflix, the first trailer for the series is scheduled to hit tomorrow. Not content to leave us hanging, Marvel has released a 15 second teaser for tomorrow’s teaser trailer and you can see it here. Marvel should poke some fun at FOX‘s Fantastic Four reboot and release a Director’s Commentary for this 15 second teaser later today. (more…)

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Is it alright to say, based on the cast alone, that I’m looking forward to seeing AKA: Jessica Jones more than the forthcoming Daredevil? The Man Without Fear is set to make his bow on April 10, the first of five Marvel Studios series to be released on Netflix, but the cast that’s being put together for Jones is already pretty awesome featuring a former Veronica Mars suspect, a short-lived Charlie’s Angel and the Tenth Doctor Who. Now a former freedom fighter from The Matrix is joining the fray, Carrie-Ann Moss, who played Trinity in the sci-fi/action trilogy, has signed up to be a friend, or enemy, or frenemy, to the super-heroine turned detective played by Krysten Ritter. (more…)