Hunter Doohan Rumored for the Role of Muse in ‘Daredevil: Born Again’

Hunter Doohan Rumored For the Role of Muse in Daredevil Born Again
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The upcoming MCU project, ‘Daredevil: Born Again,’ is stirring up a lot of buzz. Fans are eagerly anticipating it, but its production has faced its share of challenges, including strikes and clashes over creative direction between the showrunners and the studio.

Details about the plot are sparse, but we know that Daredevil will be embarking on a new journey, setting up a law practice while trying to redefine himself. Meanwhile, Kingpin, one of his archenemies, is vying for the position of mayor in New York, a plot point teased in the post-credits scenes of ‘Echo.’

Vincent D’Onofrio will be returning, but he might not be the main antagonist this time around. Rumors suggest that Muse, a villain from Marvel Comics—a twisted serial killer who turns his victims into gruesome art—will take on that role. Muse’s true identity and powers remain shrouded in mystery, but his unyielding ego and determination to control his destiny make him a formidable foe for Daredevil and his allies.

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Rumors suggest that Muse might be responsible for the death of either Karen or Foggy, which could be the catalyst for Daredevil’s evolution.

Additionally, there’s strong speculation that Hunter Doohan will indeed portray the villain, according to insider CanWeGetSomeToast.

This isn’t too surprising, considering that a leak from a month ago suggested Doohan had landed the role of the villain.

Doohan gained attention for playing Warren Cave in the first season of the Apple TV+ series ‘Truth Be Told’ in 2019. He later starred as Adam Desiato in the legal drama ‘Your Honor’ in 2020. His roles extended to the Netflix series ‘Wednesday’ in 2022, portraying Tyler Galpin. He’s also been seen in several films including ‘Far from the Tree’ (2017), ‘Soundwave’ (2018), ‘Where We Disappear’ (2019), ‘Last Patrol on Okinawa’ (2021), and ‘Ringing Rocks’ (2022).

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