‘Bob Iger will be the most hated man if he decides to change it’: Disney CEO Reportedly Wants to Change Original Plan to Make Daredevil: Born Again More Mature Rated

Disney CEO Reportedly Wants to Change Original Plan to Make Daredevil: Born Again More Mature Rated
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Bob Chapek recently became the ex-CEO of Disney as he officially steps down from the post. The new replacement of Chapek is an old member of the Disney family and took to the position immediately. Bob Iger has once again stepped into the role of CEO of Disney who had previously retired from the job in 2020.

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As per reports, the Disneytization of Marvel projects is something that people have feared for quite a while. And the new CEO of Disney is reportedly unhappy with a mature Daredevil: Born Again.

Charlie Cox as Daredevil in Daredevil (2015-2018).
Charlie Cox as Daredevil in Daredevil (2015-2018).

Daredevil To Be More Family-Friendly As Per Bob Iger?

According to American reporter Grace Randolph, Bob Iger is keen to make the upcoming Charlie Cox starrer Daredevil: Born Again series a bit less mature-rated and more PG-13, to say the least. Fans of Marvel had been worrying for quite some time that their favorite characters might be dialed down to hold back on the violence and the gore and it seems the time has come.

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Bob Iger reportedly wants to make Daredevil PG-13-like.
Bob Iger reportedly wants to make Daredevil PG-13-like.

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The American reporter took to Twitter to post about the updates of Bob Iger replacing Bob Chapek and how it would affect the making of Daredevil: Born Again.

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The people (as expected) didn’t take much kindly to the news as they started tweeting out their anger and hatred for Bob Iger if the report happens to be true. With counter-arguments and pieces of evidence of Matt Murdock’s grittiness in Daredevil, the people tried to turn the tables around.

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Although there have been no confirmations yet, the idea of toning down the violence could seem to be a hurtful one if carried out. If Daredevil: Born Again is forcibly made into a PG-13 series, there could also be a chance to have a family-friendly Deadpool one day (sounds like a Wade Wilson plot). Bob Iger had only left Disney last year (2021) before he came back once again to claim the position of Chief Executive Officer at Disney.

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Bob Iger is reportedly looking for an heir.
Bob Iger is reportedly looking for an heir.

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Bob Chapek had been the CEO of Disney for 2 years (2020-2022) before his stepping down from the role. As per reports, Bob Iger was brought back from retirement so that he may find an heir to bestow the vast kingdom of Disney.

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As per several insiders, Bob Iger has been allegedly working very closely with the board of directors who are responsible for anointing a CEO for the company. Bob Iger is 71 years of age and will work until a successor who can handle the Disney business is found or made to bethe new CEO of the company.

Daredevil: Born Again is expected to release in the Spring of 2024.

Source: Twitter

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Visarg Acharya, Associate Content Writer, has been heavily involved in movies, series, and history. Having an experience of 2 years in the field of content writing, Visarg is a seasoned writer. Having a degree in Physics, Visarg Acharya has published a dissertation alongside a plethora of poems and short stories along the way.