First Look at White Tiger and Reunion of Daredevil: Born Again Trio on Set

New York City, NY – The highly anticipated series “Daredevil: Born Again” has resumed production after being halted due to strikes in Hollywood. Recent photos and videos shared online provide fans with a first look at the characters White Tiger and the beloved trio of Nelson, Page, and Murdock reuniting.

Returning to their roles as Matt Murdock’s loyal friends and business partners, Elden Henson and Deborah Ann Woll can be seen in the set photos. The glimpses also reveal Charlie Cox as Murdock, Foggy Nelson with a beard, and Karen Page sporting a fresh hairdo.

One of the most exciting aspects of the new images is the appearance of White Tiger in costume. While the shots are a bit blurry, we can catch a glimpse of Hector Ayala from behind, presumably portraying the character.

According to earlier rumors, the introduction of White Tiger occurs when Murdock decides to take Ayala as a client after Ayala prevents a mugging. However, it is later revealed that the incident was an attempted murder orchestrated by corrupt cops, aiming to silence an informant before his trial. As a result, Ayala finds himself accused of killing a police officer, facing trial as a cop-killer.

Videos and photos from the set, including a Twitter post by Daredevil: Born Again Updates, showcase the much-anticipated reunion between Matt Murdock, Foggy Nelson, and Karen Page. The scenes also capture the trio walking the streets of Hell’s Kitchen.

The production for “Daredevil: Born Again” is being helmed by new showrunner Dario Scardapane, known for his work on “The Punisher.” Additionally, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, directors of “Moon Knight,” are in charge of directing duties for the series.

When the story unfolds, viewers can expect a thrilling face-off between Matt Murdock/Daredevil and his archenemy, the Kingpin, portrayed by Vincent D’Onofrio. It is speculated that the Kingpin will be running for mayor of NYC during the events of the series. Jon Bernthal will also reprise his role as Frank Castle/The Punisher, while Wilson Bethel returns as Bullseye.

Although the original plan was for “Daredevil: Born Again” to consist of 18 episodes, recent rumors suggest the series may be shortened to 9 or possibly 6 episodes, with a mid-season break. As for the official release date of the Disney+ series, it has yet to be announced.

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