No disrespect to Ben Affleck, but we think Netflix's Daredevil might be the best one ever.
The cast gathered at Saturday at New York Comic-Con to reveal the first (four!) clips from the anticipated series, which is only the first of five Marvel and Netflix collaborations. In addition to giving attendees an exclusive preview of this latest interpretation of Matt Murdock (and his alter-ego), stars Charlie Cox, Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll and more revealed secrets from the show — including who exactly Rosario Dawson is playing!
Deborah Ann Woll
True Blood star Deborah Ann Woll has been cast as the leading lady on Netflix's upcoming series Daredevil, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Vincent D'Onofrio has been tapped to play Daredevil's main villain on the new Netflix series, Marvel announced Tuesday.
Daredevil tells the story of Matt Murdock (Boardwalk Empire's Charlie Cox), a blind lawyer-turned-crime-fighter. The Law & Order: Criminal Intent alum will play...
Charlie Cox has been tapped to star in Netflix's Daredevil adaptation from Marvel, a source confirms to TVGuide.com.
The Boardwalk Empire alum, who played Owen Sleater on the HBO drama, will portray...
Jorge Garcia has joined the cast of CBS' The Ordained, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Charlie Cox is getting Ordained.
The Boardwalk Empire star has landed the leading role on the CBS pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Forget zombies and monsters. Humans are the real killing machines this weekend, as two of TV's bloodiest shows sign off Sunday night, in direct competition — followed immediately by repeats, so you can watch one and then the other, and then good luck trying to get to sleep.<
If HBO's period gangster epic Boardwalk Empire has a single truism to impart to working stiffs, it might be: It's good to be the king... well, mostly. Sure, Steve Buscemi's Nucky Thompson — Atlantic City treasurer, power broker and bootlegger supreme — is awash in money, power and glamour, but his day-to-day existence is a never-ending game of whack-a-mole, with egos to stroke, law enforcement threats to evade and scores to settle.
At the end of last season's Boardwalk Empire, forces were aligning against Atlantic City kingpin Nucky (Steve Buscemi), just as Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) had decided to return to him and his life of seeming ease. With the Commodore (Dabney Coleman) hellbent on turning those closest to Nucky against him, things are about to get infinitely more dangerous for the newly reunited couple. "Things get pretty bad for him, and they got a lot worse for Margaret," Macdonald says. "She really struggles this season with her choices."
TVGuide.com spoke with the Scottish actress, 35, about how Margaret will change now that she's chosen Nucky, why theirs isn't a romantic love, and how some new players on the boardwalk will make her second-guess what she's trying to accept.