Note: Please do not add "Michael Clarke Duncan died on September 3, 2012", because this was before he died.
Daredevil 2 was the planned sequel to 2003's film Daredevil with Ben Affleck returning as his character. and Mr Fear was going to be the villain in the film.
The plot is currently unknown.
In July 2004, Ben Affleck shot a cameo role for the spin-off film, Elektra, at the request of Daredevil co-star Jennifer Garner. In October 2004, Affleck stated he would only return in the lead role if Fox would renegotiate to tell the darker stories of Daredevil, and showed interest in a Kevin Smith graphic novel which included Mysterio, as well as the Born Again storyline. In July 2006, Michael Clarke Duncan showed interest in returning for the role of the Kingpin, but stated that he would not be willing to gain weight as he felt "comfortable" being down to 270 pounds. He jokingly showed willingness to change his mind if he was offered $20 million. Duncan suggested that the character is portrayed to have been training a lot in jail in order to become faster in combat against Daredevil, also working as a way to fit his weight loss into the story. In November 2006, Affleck stated that he would never reprise the role, having felt "by playing a superhero in Daredevil, I have inoculated myself from ever playing another superhero ... Wearing a costume was a source of humiliation for me and something I wouldn't want to do again soon."
- Ben Affleck as Matt Murdock
- Jennifer Garner as Elektra Natchios
- Colin Farrell as Bullseye
- Michael Clarke Dunch as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin
- Elisha Cuthbert as The Black Widow
- Unknown Actor as Mr. Fear
Why It Was Cancelled
- The poor box office performance and negative reception of Elektra outranked the box office gross and negative reception of the theatrical cut of Daredevil.
- Although Ben Affleck is a fan of the character, he stated that playing the character while acting him out was such an unpleasant experience And stated in a November 2006 interview, stated that he had no interest in reprising his role as the title character and that the suit was uncomfortable.
The character was left out of live action for 8 years.
Netflix acquired the rights to the character and proceeded to make the Netflix Daredevil series, which ran for 3 seasons before cancellation.