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Daredevil Star Confirmed To Appear In The Punisher


When season two of Netflix's Daredevil introduced "The Punisher", fans quickly became curious about the possibility of a spin off series. "The Punishers" character, played by Jon Bernthal, became an instant obsession among audiences, who connected more with his brand of "justice" than Daredevil's. Fans can rest easy as photos have started surfacing online confirming that the series is already in the shooting phase. Photos of Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle have also started surfacing.

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