Daredevil

Trivia: Jennifer Garner wore colored contacts for the role of Elektra. Her natural eye color is brown.

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Trivia: There is a funny scene in between the credits of Bullseye in the hospital, so keep watching when the credits roll.

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Trivia: Aside from Romita, Smith, and Kirby, there are a TON more homages in the movie to many of the creators involved with the Daredevil comic in the past. (Frank) Miller, the gritty writer who wrote some of DD's best stories, was mentioned in the courtroom. (Stan) Lee, the legendary figurehead of Marvel was also discussed in Foggy and Matt's conversation in their office. And (Joe) Quesada, the artist in Kevin Smith's great Marvel Knights run, was also discussed somewhere.

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Trivia: Just a bit of Marvel triva. Ben Urich's nephew Phil became the 4th, heroic Green Goblin in the Spider-Man comics.

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Trivia: John Romita, the boxer Matt Murdock's father has his last fight with, is the name of an artist and his son who regularly draw for Marvel Comics.

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Trivia: Ben Affleck was originally supposed to play Bullseye and Colin Farrel was going to play Daredevil, but their roles were changed at the last minute.

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Trivia: The dead man with the pen in his forehead after Bullseye killed him for his motorcycle is writer/artist Frank Miller.

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Trivia: The braille charm Murdock finds on the rooftop after he leaves the coffee shop reads "Elektra" spelled perfectly with the first E capitalized followed by lower case letters.

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Trivia: Ben Urich, the reporter who works out Daredevil's identity, is one of the star reporters of the Daily Bugle, Spiderman's working place.

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Trivia: The Kingpin is an enemy of Spider-Man as well as Daredevil.

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Trivia: When Matt's father is being told that all his former fights have been arranged in his behalf, listen to the names he's been told. Sweeny talks about 'Millar' and 'Bendis', a reference to Mark Millar and Brian Michael Bendis, two red-hot Marvel comic book scribes.

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Trivia: The comics' Daredevil was for a long time the only superhero who actually knew his buddy Spiderman's secret identity (thanks to his extraordinary senses, of course).

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Trivia: When Matt and Elektra are walking around on the roof, right before Matt 'sees' her in the rain, the director has Elektra in a red dress, which is a nod to Elektra's real red costume in the comics.

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Trivia: Kingpin is black (unlike the comics) because all the white actors (all of them professional wrestlers) who auditioned for the role were not deemed good enough.

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Trivia: The first time Colin Farrell has been able to use his real Irish accent in an American movie.

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Trivia: Growing up, both director Mark Steven Johnson and star Ben Affleck were fans of the Daredevil comic books.

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Trivia: In the beginning credits, when the actors' names change from Braille to Roman, each series of Braille dots symbolize the corresponding letters from the Roman alphabet.

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Trivia: When young Matt Murdock stops the guy from walking into the street, the man is Stan Lee, creator of the Daredevil comics and the Marvel universe.

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Trivia: At the beginning of the movie, the adult Matt Murdock turns on his answering machine and a girl is on breaking up with him. The girl on the machine is Colin Farrell's (Bullseye) sister.

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Trivia: The forensic specialist who shows Daredevil's baton to Ben Urich has the name "Kirby." This is a reference to a famous comic book artist. The specialist is also played by Kevin Smith, comic afficionado and creator of Clerks and Dogma, among others.

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Trivia: For the motorcycle attack scene, Colin Farell first had to learn how to ride a motorcycle.

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Trivia: For a number of years, a sequel was considered, with director Mark Steven Johnson and star Ben Affleck expected to return. Kingpin actor Michael Clarke Duncan also expressed an interest in playing his character again. However, the sequel never materialized, in part due to the failure of the spin-off film "Elektra", and in part because Affleck had decided he didn't want to do another big-budget superhero film at the time.

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Trivia: Jon Favreau plays Matt's partner "Foggy" Nelson. Favreau would later go on to work on another Marvel property, directing both "Iron Man" and "Iron Man 2", in addition to playing the small role of Iron Man's bodyguard "Happy Hogan."

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