Daredevil: Charlie Cox promises an epic new sequence shot for Born Again

Daredevil: Charlie Cox promises an epic new sequence shot for Born Again

“Those who like this kind of scene will not be disappointed,” teases the actor, who will soon be back on Disney+.

Daredevil: Born Again has fallen behind schedule: the series bringing together Charlie Cox (Matt Murdock), Jon Bernthal (the Punisher), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page) and Vincent D’Onofrio (Wilson Fisk) has been completely redesigned and will not be released until 2025 on Disney+. Given the warm reception of the first adaptation initially offered on Netflix, it should however create an event. Especially since according to its main actor, it will take several key elements from the original show, even if it changes platform…

Charlie Cox thus found himself explaining the definition of a “oner”, an action sequence shot, during the Fan Expo in Boston. The session was moderated by a journalist from Colliderwho logically immediately published his enthusiastic response.

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“There are different types of oners, explains the actor. This is an action scene that is shot in one go, without cuts. We can also talk about ‘real oners’. Real sequence shots are those that don’t have any cuts, we don’t re-edit them, we don’t morph them, we don’t change shots when something dark passes in front of the camera. Which is sometimes possible, eh: for example, if the camera passes behind someone wearing a black t-shirt and for a moment, the whole screen is black, then you can switch to another shot from this black screen. It will still look like a sequence shot, but it won’t quite be the case.”

The actor knows what he’s talking about: in the very first season of Daredevil, a fight in a narrow corridor of three minutes had caused a lot of noise. It was in fact a “fake” sequence shot, some connections having been made precisely during brief black screens. But in season 3 of the same series, Steven S. DeKnight and his teams designed a “real oner”an 11-minute choreography, this time: this impressive fighting scene, repeated multiple times, was shot in one go.

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To a member of the public excited at the idea of ​​finding this kind of sequence shot in Daredevil Born Again, Cox responded with a smile: “Those who like this kind of scene will not be disappointed!”.

The new series Daredevilalways inspired by Marvel comics, is designed by Dario Scardapane (Jack Ryan, The Punisher), accompanied by directors from Loki And Moon Knighttwo previous superhero shows from the studio, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.

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