In April 2011, the year that The Avengers came out, Netflix launched Daredevil.
A new, gritty drama about a black, New York City police officer who comes to terms with his own identity, the film’s popularity led to Netflix re-opening the franchise with Daredevil: The Animated Series, and by 2014, it had become the third-highest-grossing animated series ever.
The series was a hit in many countries and became a cult classic.
In 2015, Netflix began to expand its Netflix original series universe and with Daredevil, it announced plans to make an animated series about Daredevil and his allies, including Foggy Nelson.
Now in its second season, the series is the subject of a documentary film about the series.
As part of Netflix’s expansion, it has been working with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to produce an adaptation of The Foggy Files.
The documentary film will be directed by David Hoberman, who previously directed The Fog of War, The Man in the High Castle, and Daredevil: Black Hammer.
The story of Foggy’s life has been a central part of the series since the very beginning, and the Academy and Netflix will explore his journey and his impact on the world.
The film will premiere in the US on September 10.