Just a few days after officially being confirmed as the director for Fox's reboot of Daredevil, David Slade (30 Days of Night, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) has unleashed a few comments on the project and other high-profile comic movies via his Twitter page.
From sounding off with his early thoughts on tackling the next Daredevil to his thoughts on The Wolverine now that Darren Aronofsky has exited the project to the development hell-sitting Deadpool movie, you can check it out below.
"So without breaking confidentiality, yes Daredevil, we have a great outline for a very strong character driven take on Mr Matt Murdock. It will bare no relation to the previous Daredevil movie in any way. We are at early planning stages and have not yet discussed any cast."
On The Wolverine sans Aronofsky:
"WOLVERINE, there have been no discussions about this project to date. Interesting to see what will happen with that as the again excellent script by Chris McQuarrie was set largely in Japan."
"Love DEADPOOL, was never engaged in the (quite fantastic) script, last I heard studio was looking at comedy directors. None of my business."
Slade also confirms that he's interested in doing the Dracula spin-off tale, The Last Voyage of the Demeter, a project he's been set to helm before jumping on board Fox's comic movie.
Sound off below.