Wilson Bethel Reportedly Portraying Bullseye in ‘Daredevil’ Season 3

Daredevil season 3 is currently under production and not much is known about the series third season, besides that it will be influenced by the critically acclaimed ‘Born Again’ story-line from the Marvel comics.  However one new — and exciting aspect of the show — may have been confirmed, as a major Marvel character is positioned to make their MCU debut this season.  That character is one of Daredevil’s most well-known antagonists, Bullseye.

An exclusive report by the Hashtag Show states that actor Wilson Bethel will portray one of Marvel’s most deadly assassins.  Bethel was previously cast in November as an FBI agent, and at the time of his casting Marvel did not release any more details about the character he would portray.  Bethel’s casting as Bullseye has yet to be confirmed by Marvel, so right now it’s a rumor.  However is this proves to be true, old horn head is in quite a bit of trouble when he returns to Netflix.

Bullseye first debuted in Daredevil vol. 1 issue 131, created by Marv Wolfman and John Romita sr., and has since then become one of the heroes most deadly enemies.  Bullseye’s primarily known for killing Daredevil’s love interests, namely Karen Page and Elektra.  He also spent time as a member of the Thunderbolts and Norman Osborn’s Dark Avengers team.  A deadly villain who would make a great addition to the already stellar cast Daredevil boasts.

What do you think of Daredevil’s potential new villain?  Leave a comment, and for more TV news keep your eyes on Talkies Network.

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