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  • When 迈克·克拉克 was cast, he weighed 290 pounds. He was asked to gain 40 pounds for the role, in order to fit the physique of Kingpin. In order to do this, he would lift weights for thirty minutes a day and power-lifted with one or two reps a day, as well as eating whatever he wanted.
  • As a fan of the character, 本·阿弗莱克 made a point of reading every single comic book that featured Daredevil as preparation for his role.
  • In the comics, the Kingpin is white, but in the movie, he is played by an African-American, 迈克·克拉克 who has the same basic build as the character. The studio was convinced to use Duncan after several white wrestlers gave poor screentests. However, when the original character was first written for Marvel Comics, he was sketched as an African-American, but the idea was scrapped, due to censors feeling that an African-American villain would have struck nerves in the media. (The character was introduced in 1967, during the Civil Rights Movement.)
  • After negative critical and audience reactions, and 本·阿弗莱克's refusal to play the character a second time, numerous producers and screenwriters were attached to a potential Daredevil reboot. An initial deadline of October 10, 2012 was set that if the movie didn't start filming before that date, the rights would go back to Marvel Studios. 大卫·斯雷德 was originally attached to direct, before dropping out over a scheduling conflict in August 2012. 乔·卡纳汉 pitched a sizzle reel to 20th Century Fox executives, depicting the character in a hard boiled, 1970s-set thriller in Manhattan. But the studio chose to let the live action film rights lapse, and go back to Marvel. Marvel chose to do 超胆侠 (2015) as a live action television series for Netflix, with the character fitting within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • Although 本·阿弗莱克 is a fan of the character, acting him out was such an unpleasant experience that, in November 2006, Affleck stated that he would never reprise the role, having felt "by playing a superhero in 'Daredevil', I have inoculated myself from ever playing another superhero. Wearing a costume was a source of humiliation for me, and something I wouldn't want to do again soon." It is believed that the Daredevil costume was very uncomfortable to wear. However, in 2013 Affleck accepted an agreement to play Batman, starting with 蝙蝠侠大战超人:正义黎明 (2016).
  • The film was originally envisioned as R-rated, with nudity and hard violence.
  • Getting Daredevil's costume right was one of the hardest aspects of the production, and took approximately seven to eight months.
  • 盖·皮尔斯 was offered the lead role, but turned it down as comic book movies were not really his bag. Pearce would later change his tune by taking the pivotal role of Doctor Aldrich Killian in 钢铁侠3 (2013).
  • While working on this movie, actor and director 乔恩·费儒 began discussions with Marvel over what would eventually become 钢铁侠 (2008), which is the first of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Once the Daredevil rights reverted back to Marvel in 2012, they announced plans to start a 超胆侠 (2015) Netflix series set in the same Cinematic Universe.
  • The movie was banned in Malaysia because it contained the word 'devil' in the title. Hellboy (2004) was released in Malaysia as 'Super Sapiens' to avoid a similar ban.
  • (at around 36 mins) Matt and Elektra's playground fight took four days to shoot.
  • Matthew Murdock and his alter ego Daredevil (sometimes represented as Dare Devil or DD, as he often signs his name in this film) are two examples of the alliterative names of which 斯坦·李 and his disciples were so fond. Others are Peter Parker, Bruce Banner, Reed Richards, Susan Storm, Scott Summers, Warren Worthington, Stephen Strange, Pepper Potts, J. Jonah Jameson, Betty Brant, Curt Connors, Frederick Foswell, Man Mountain Michael Marko, Fantastic Four, Silver Surfer, Dumdum Dugan, Doctor Doom, Maxwell Markham, Green Goblin, Grey Gargoyle, Otto Octavius, Black Bolt, Maximus the Mad, Metal Master, Michael Morbius, Molten Man, Mole Men, and Sinister Six.
  • The success of 蜘蛛侠 (2002) prompted 20th Century Fox to raise the budget from $50 million to $80 million. It made back the bulk of that ($70 million) in just ten days.
  • The Shadow World effects took the better part of a year to be designed.
  • (at around 22 mins) According to the DVD commentary on the theatrical release version, 道恩·强森's cousin is in the bar fight scene. He is the one who says to Quesada, "Hey, boss. Who the hell is that?"
  • The film pays homage to numerous "Daredevil" writers and artists: 斯坦·李: Daredevil's original creator makes his cameo as the man who young Matt Murdock stops from crossing the street. Wrote Daredevil (1964-1969). Kirby, the lab assistant played by Kevin Smith (see final item): Comic book artist 杰克·科比 (assorted Daredevil covers in 1964-1968). Father Everett: Bill Everett, Daredevil's original artist (drew first issue of Daredevil in 1964, then assorted covers 1966-1972). Jose Quesada (the rapist): 乔·奎萨达, Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics, and artist of Daredevil 1998-2000. Colan (a boxer): 吉因·科兰, another Daredevil artist 1966-1974. John Romita (the boxer, against whom Jack Murdock is supposed to dive): 约翰尼·罗密特, Sr. was a Daredevil artist in 1966, and 小约翰·罗密塔 was a Daredevil artist 1988-1990. Kane (a thug): 吉尔·凯恩, Daredevil cover artist 1971=1978. Miller, Mack, Bendis (other boxers): 弗兰克·米勒, writer and artist 1979-1983, David Mack, artist 1999-2001, and 布莱恩·本迪斯, writer of Daredevil beginning 1999, and was still doing so when the film came out. 凯文·史密斯, author whose Daredevil work is collected in "Daredevil Visionaries: Kevin Smith", appears as the lab assistant Kirby, named for another artist mentioned above.
  • 科林·法瑞尔 was considered for the part of Daredevil, until 本·阿弗莱克 signed on the dotted line. Ironically enough, Farrell eventually established the part of Bullseye, for which Affleck was considered.
  • In 2003, this became the lowest grossing movie to make over $40 million in its opening weekend.
  • 范·迪塞尔 was considering playing the part of Daredevil, but opted for 星际传奇2 (2004) instead. Ironically, in that film, his character, "Riddick", possesses visual enhancements. Diesel would later go onto playing Groot, another Marvel character in the Guardians of the Galaxy film series, part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • (at around 40 mins) If you look closely at 科林·法瑞尔 in Bullseye's opening scene in the pub, you'll see that his neck and the top of his chest are peeling. This is a sunburn from which Colin Farrell was suffering at the time of filming, as he'd returned from a vacation in Mexico.
  • According to Gary Foster, Avi Arad, and 马克·斯蒂文, the Director's Cut DVD of this feature was in fact the originally intended theatrical release, until the last minute, when they decided to make the changes necessary to please 20th Century Fox, to get the film a PG-13 rating.
  • Wilson Fisk, a.k.a. The Kingpin, first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #50 in 1967. It wasn't until Daredevil #170 in 1981, when 弗兰克·米勒 was writing, that he tangled with Daredevil, and since then, he became a major part of the Daredevil comics.
  • (at around 1h 7 mins) At the morgue, Kirby (凯文·史密斯) writes in his laptop on the Modern Morgue website, "I'll drop you like a three year old corpse's testicles if you..."
  • (at around 1h 30 mins) The Braille writing on the charm pendant spells "Ailektra". First character is single dot in the middle - Braille letter "A" (characters with dots only in first column "K" and "L" are placed in the middle).
  • Although the Marvel characters Daredevil and Spider-Man often work together in the comics, it was decided that all references to the latter character had to be removed, since the licenses were given to separate film companies. This includes the decision that The Kingpin (Spider-Man's enemy) would never appear in the Spider-Man film franchise, and the reporter Ben Urich (who often works with Peter Parker) would not work for the Daily Bugle. 迈克·克拉克 would nonetheless reprise the role of Kingpin for the animated Spider-Man (2003) series, since the television rights did not have the same divide.
  • (at around 29 mins) Matt Murdock's break-up phone message from "Heather", is a reference to Heather Glenn, Murdock's girlfriend during 弗兰克·米勒's first run on the Daredevil comic book. Murdock and Heather broke up near the end of that run.
  • The first Marvel film to include a sound effect over the Marvel logo.
  • (at around 2 mins) The rat in the opening sequence is entirely CGI, the result of a real one not moving appropriately during filming.
  • The DVD shows an animatic, which was an intended sequence of Daredevil jumping over trucks and cars to reach (presumably) Kingpin's office. However, it was deemed too complex, and therefore too expensive to shoot.
  • A subplot with a character framed for murder by a corrupt cop and played by rapper 库里奥 was removed, primarily to make the film shorter, and get it a PG-13 rating. However, Coolio was featured in trailers for the film. The subplot can be seen in the director's cut of the movie however.
  • In the movie, Matt's father (大卫·凯斯) is nicknamed Jack "The Devil" Murdock. In the comics, he is nicknamed "Battling" Jack Murdock.
  • Originally, this was going to be a relatively low-budget film of $50 million. However, during shooting in the summer of 2002, another film about a Marvel Comics character, 蜘蛛侠 (2002), became a spectacular success, and 马克·斯蒂文 was soon asked by 20th Century Fox executives to enhance the film's visuals, and his budget was raised to $80 million to accomplish that.
  • (at around 1h 35 mins) In the closing scenes, Daredevil calls himself a "Guardian Devil", the title of a Daredevil storyline (running in DD Volume 2, #1-8), written by 凯文·史密斯 (who plays lab assistant Kirby in this movie). As these words are spoken, Daredevil is shown upside-down in mid-air, with his baton strings surrounding him, replicating one of the covers in that series.
  • In the comics, Bullseye wears a blue and white costume. This wasn't used in the film, in keeping with its realistic tone. Although at some point in the film, he tells Fisk that he wants a costume, he's never seen in one.
  • (at around 40 mins) The opening scene where Bullseye is playing darts was filmed at Ye Olde King's Head Pub in Santa Monica. Appropriately enough, the board on which he is playing is the "A-list" board, reserved for better players.
  • 20th Century Fox first acquired the rights to Daredevil from Marvel in 1997. 克里斯·哥伦布 was initially attached to direct. The following year, Marvel was teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, so Fox let the option slide. Disney then expressed an interest in the character, but that didn't pan out. 马克·斯蒂文 realized his life's ambition in 1999, when Marvel assigned the rights to Sony, and he was hired to write the screenplay. However, the following year, Sony put the project in turnaround. It was picked up by New Regency with Fox distributing, but Johnson found himself having to (successfully) re-pitch himself for the writing and directing gig.
  • The core storyline was based on 弗兰克·米勒's story arcs. The introduction and flashback was taken from his mini-series "Daredevil: Man Without Fear", and many of the sequences follow 小约翰·罗密塔's art work shot-for-shot. The Elektra storyline occurred in Miller's original run on the comic in the early 1980s.
  • Daredevil used a "digital intermediate", where the entire film is digitally scanned into a computer before being printed out to a negative for release printing and distribution on film.
  • 帕特里克·威尔森 auditioned for a role in this film. Wilson was later cast in another Marvel film: 蚁人 (2015), part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but had to drop out of that film due to scheduling issues.
  • Daredevil made his first appearance in a Marvel comic in 1964.
  • The Braille lettering at the top of the DVD main menu says: "Daredevil Main Menu".
  • Composer 格里莫·瑞维尔 incorporated sounds to use as motifs for certain characters. For instance Bullseye has guitar undertones, while Kingpin has bass beats.
  • (at around 30 mins) The three prescriptions shown in Matt Murdock's a.k.a. Daredevil's (本·阿弗莱克's) medicine cabinet are Darvon, Percocet, and Vicodin, all three of which are narcotics.
  • Make-up artists gave 大卫·凯斯 a more pronounced brow, a broken nose, and a cauliflower ear to suggest his boxing past.
  • Bullseye's motorcycle is a Triumph Bonneville America.
  • The film was originally due to be filmed in Montreal, but because of a Canadian entertainment industry strike, 20th Century Fox had it filmed in Los Angeles.
  • Elektra Natchios is named and based after Electra from Greek mythology. In the Greek myth, Elektra wanted revenge upon her mother Clytemnestra and her lover Aegisthus whom murdered her father Agamemnon.
  • The character of "Turk" (mentioned by 库里奥 in the Director's Cut) is a reference to the comic book, where he is a re-appearing character (mostly during 弗兰克·米勒's run).
  • Originally started in development in 1997 at Columbia and 20th Century Fox before the rights were picked up by New Line in 2000.
  • Even though it is not stated on the Region 1 DVD, the DVD includes an audio descriptive track. Only the theatrical edition has this feature; the Director's Cut, however, doesn't.
  • Ben Affleck hated the hair color required for his role. He said it was so damaging to his self esteem that he would avoid looking in the mirror.
  • (at around 1h 22 mins) It is rather coincidental that the one detective asked for his S.W.A.T. team while Daredevil and Bullseye were fighting in the church because 科林·法瑞尔 (Bullseye), starred in the movie 反恐特警组 (2003) which was theatrically released this same year.
  • 斯坦·李: (at around 13 mins) An elderly man that a young Matt Murdock stops from walking in the streets by holding out his walking stick in front of him. Lee's character is based around the elderly blind man from the comics which Matt saved, but also resulted in the accident that gave him his powers.
  • 弗兰克·米勒: (at around 59 mins) Graphic novelist, former Daredevil writer, and creator of Elektra, is quickly shown dead as Bullseye pulls away on his stolen motorcycle.
  • 凯文·史密斯: (at around 1h 7 mins) Kirby the lab assistant. Smith wrote two acclaimed comics for the hero, "Guardian Devil" and "Daredevil/Bullseye: The Target". The character is named after the legendary 杰克·科比, who illustrated many of 斯坦·李's comics during the 1960s, although Jack Kirby's work on Daredevil was mostly limited to the cover illustrations.
  • (at around 1h 18 mins) When Elektra is stabbed by Bullseye, his blade doesn't pierce the back of her outfit. This was a nod to the original comic, Daredevil #181. Marvel could not show a blade piercing a body and still have the issue approved by the Comics Code Authority. The artists got around it by showing the blade pushing the back of her outfit up, letting the audience know that she had been stabbed, without actually showing it.
  • (at around 1h 30 mins) At the end, when Matt mistakes a woman for Elektra, the actress is played by 詹妮弗·加纳's stand-in.
  • (at around 1h 17 mins) The lines spoken by Bullseye when he kills Elektra are taken verbatim from the original comic book.
  • (at around 1h 8 mins) When Daredevil's cane is being examined in the morgue, it's a digital creation, as the real prop was delivered in the wrong color.
  • In the Director's Cut, a policeman was to commit perjury on the stand. While Daredevil's sense allow him to detect perjury (since people's hearts tend to beat faster when not telling the truth, and heightened senses allows one to detect the heart beating faster), the policeman's perjury receives a false negative, for the simple reason that the policeman had a pacemaker in his heart, which regulated his heartbeat. A similar incident happened in Daredevil #184, where a man with a pacemaker also received a false negative.
  • In the film, Matt runs into an industrial area where a forklift accidentally damages a container filled with toxic waste that falls on his face. In the comics, Matt saves an elderly blind man from being run over by a truck, but a radioactive isotope fell out of the truck and struck Matt in the face.
  • In the original comics, Matt's father Jack won the fixed boxing match, and was murdered that night when Matt was in law school, while in the movie, he was murdered sometime after Matt became blind while he was twelve years old. Additionally, in the original Marvel Universe, The Kingpin was not involved with Jack Murdock's death (though in the Ultimate Universe he is), and the name of the criminal, for whom Jack worked, was Roscoe Sweeney, a.k.a. The Fixer, while the movie has him working for a mob boss named Fallon.
  • (at around 1h 30 mins) At the end of the final confrontation with the Kingpin, Daredevil says, "Justice is served". This is the catchphrase of another Marvel comic character, the enigmatic vigilante Scourge, who would use the same line after murdering Marvel villains.
  • Nikolas Natchios' name in the original comics is Hugo Natchios. Additionally, while the film portrayed him as a billionaire, with connections to organized crime, the comics portrayed him as a Greek Ambassador. His time of death in the comics occurred before Matt Murdock had begun his vigilante activities as Daredevil, which was during the 弗兰克·米勒 run.
  • The love scene between Matt and Elektra after the rainstorm, and the confession booth scenes were added at the last minute, after director 马克·斯蒂文 had re-cut the film to ensure a PG-13 rating, calling them coverage shots of his original intentions.
  • (at around 1h 2 mins) Bullseye killed Nikolas Natchios almost the exact same way that he killed Karen Page in the comics (Daredevil # 5 1999). Although, instead of Nikolas being killed by one of Daredevil's billy clubs, like in the movie, his own stick is actually meant for Daredevil himself, and Karen jumps in front of it at the last moment, and is killed almost instantly.
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