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She adds: “Jes­sica thinks he’s on her level and she doesn’t think that of­ten and re­spects that and over time grows fond of him and thinks of him as a friend even though she’ll never say it.”

“I love the scenes be­tween Danny and Luke,” says Jones.

“They have dif­fer­ent points of view and it’s all about try­ing to find the mid­dle ground.

“As an ac­tor, it’s su­per fun to play that kind of tug-of-war sce­nario, and I think it’ll be fun for au­di­ences to wit­ness and ex­plore too,” he says.

Al­though the quar­tet have th­ese su­per­heroic abil­i­ties that some might see as a gift, Cox says it’s also seen as an af­flic­tion.

“For Matt, deep down he iden­ti­fies with be­ing a bit of a freak or an out­cast,” he says.

“They’re just a bunch of mis­fits,” says Rit­ter,

watch an epic team-up with who adds that it’s an as­pect that’s al­ways fun to watch.

All have equal screen­time and share the lime­light, so who’s the leader?

“It’s a re­volv­ing torch, leader wise,” says Rit­ter, be­fore Cox jumps in with, “Ei­ther there’s no leader or we all think we’re the leader!”


So far, the feed­back has been great and pos­i­tive from crit­ics who have seen ad­vance screen­ings of the new minis­eries.

“The suc­cess of the Mar­vel TV shows and

is that it’s re­ally a team ef­fort. Ev­ery­one from ev­ery depart­ment wants to win,” of­fers Rit­ter.

Cox says that every­thing has to line up well and it doesn’t al­ways hap­pen with dif- Pop­u­lar char­ac­ters re­turn, like the deadly as­sas­sin Elek­tra (Elodie Yung). Dare­devil’s cos­tume be­comes the butt of jokes by some of mem­bers of The De­fend­ers.

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