A scene from Marvel’s “The Punisher.”
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Frank Castle, the vigilante sniper assassin at the center of Netflix Inc.'s new Marvel series "The Punisher," is neither a hero nor a villain.Days before the October premiere of "The Punisher," a lone gunman killed 58 people at a concert in Las Vegas, forcing Netflix to cancel the red carpet and postpone the show's release."The Punisher" was not planned as a standalone series when Netflix first unveiled its slate of gritty Marvel superhero shows that include "Daredevil" and "Jessica Jones".But Bernthal's portrayal of Castle in the second season of "Daredevil" became a fan favorite character, and Netflix announced the series.Bernthal said the show delves into and explores the complexities of the deadly antihero.
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