Netflix's television series, the Marvel Comics-based "Daredevil" has already been confirmed to release a third season, and fans of the show can't wait for them to unveil what's going to happen to actor Charlie Cox's role, the protagonist Matt Murdock, a lawyer by day and a masked vigilante called Daredevil by night, for the upcoming season. It was first speculated that a third season will not be possible, but reports show that they are going to continue the series with a new season.
So far during the past two seasons, the series introduced some of the comics' well-known characters, such as Daredevil's love-interest Elektra, his mentor Stick, his archenemy The Kingpin and even Marvel Comics' antihero, The Punisher. But one famous "Daredevil" character has yet to appear in the series. Charlie Cox mentioned he want the character Bullseye, one of Daredevil's formidable foes that uses projectiles and never misses his mark, to appear in the upcoming season, despite two of his co-actors disagree with him, according to Slashfilm.
"It's no secret, I've said it before and I get in trouble every time I say it, I'd like to see Bullseye make an appearance at some point. I think it's a really interesting opportunity. Deborah Ann Woll obviously does not want Bullseye to show up for obvious reasons. Elodie Yung, who plays Elektra, doesn't want Bullseye to show up either." said the Daredevil star at Wizard World in Pittsburgh.
There are even speculations about famous action star Jason Statham will take the role of Bullseye for the new season. If ever that will be the case, the ratings of the third season will definitely rise. Elden Henson, who played Daredevil's best friend and lawyer Franklin "Foggy" Nelson, joked about the casting, saying "I actually heard they're going to cast Zach Galifianakis as Bullseye." As fans wait for the third season, Charlie Cox will reprise his role as Daredevil and will appear on Netflix's new series "The Defenders", which will be showing in 2017.
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