Written By Kieran Bugg
A new leak has possibly revealed Charlie Cox‘s Spider-Man: No Way Home cameo.
A report from from BGR details how Charlie Cox appears in the upcoming Spider-Man sequel.
Should this leak turn out to be accurate then it will see Matt Murdock make his eagerly anticipated MCU comeback as Peter Parker’s lawyer.
Furthermore, it will prove what’s fans have been speculating and hoping for since the release of the previous Spider-Man movie back in 2019.
After three seasons of portraying The Man Without Fear in his own Netflix series, Charlie Cox has become synonymous with the role of Daredevil.
It is similar to Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
Since the show’s sudden cancellation, fans have been urging Marvel Studios to keep Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock in the MCU going forward.
Well, if recent rumors regarding Spider-Man: No Way Home are accurate then fans of the defender of Hell’s Kitchen are in a for a treat.
Spider-Man: Far From Home ended with Peter Parker’s secret identity being exposed by Mysterio.
This followed the villain’s supposed death.
Fans wondered how the hero was going to deal with the consequences.
Moreover, they felt he would have to defend himself in court.
With certain scenes reportedly having been filmed for in a courtroom, this looks to be the case.
But he would need a lawyer.
That is where none other than Matt Murdock came to mind.
Apparently, Charlie Cox won’t appear as Daredevil; rather, he’ll simply be Murdock defending Parker.
Both heroes are known to have been strong allies in the comics.
Charlie Cox’ Appearance In Spider-Man Sequel Possibly Revealed
Fans have been hoping that would be adapted to the big screen.
This definitely feels like the perfect opportunity for it to happen.
Nevertheless, the film was written before the rights to Daredevil reverted back to Marvel Studios.
In other words, that made it illegal for them to work on any project with the character.
With She-Hulk set to join the MCU, there’s still the possibility that Jennifer Walters could be Parker’s lawyer in the film.
But with the pandemic delaying the film’s production, Daredevil was reacquired by Marvel Studios.
There is a possibility that the script could’ve been retooled to include Charlie Cox.