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Fans of Charlie Cox‘ Daredevil don’t have to wait long to see him in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The following contains potential spoilers.
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According to a source, Charlie Cox does appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Quite possibly, the leaked photo with Tom Holland was real.
Indeed, Charlie Cox’ Matt Murdock is Peter Parker’s attorney.
However, Charlie Cox’ screen time seems limited.
The insider revealed that Charlie Cox doesn’t wear his Daredevil outfit in the footage seen.
Apparently, he shows up within 45 minutes of the movie.
Although anticipation for Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield is high, Charlie Cox’ return scorches social media.
Numerous YouTube channels have covered Daredevil rumors for years.
Netflix cancelled their Daredevil TV series on November 29, 2018.
Daredevil lasted three seasons; in addition, there were 39 episodes.
Additionally, Daredevil was the first MCU project with R-rated content.
The show was violent and disturbing at times.
In fact, its moody tone was the antithesis of Marvel Studios’ theatrical output.
But when Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige took over their TV division, Daredevil was no longer canon.
After all, Feige didn’t work on the series.
Nevertheless, he enjoyed what he saw.
In particular, Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin impressed him.
Feige didn’t want them recast.
Thus, the Murdock seen in Spider-Man: No Way Home lacks his Netflix history.
Still, Netflix’ Daredevil existed in an alternate reality.
This Daredevil, on the other hand, is a variant.
When Charlie Cox is given a new Daredevil program, it’s unknown what is kept.
Even though Charlie Cox doesn’t fight as Daredevil here, he’ll get his chance.
On December 25, 2020, I scooped that Spider-Man will face the Kingpin.
Charlie Cox In Spider-Man: No Way Home – Details Emerge On His Appearance
Specifically, that will be in his college years.
In other words, in the new trilogy that Amy Pascal spilled.
In the comics, the Kingpin is a villain Spider-Man and Daredevil share.
The Kingpin debuted as a Spider-Man foe.
Later, he became Daredevil’s big problem.
Feige can have them face a mutual enemy.
Spider-Man had his Homecoming.
Now it’s time for Daredevil’s.
There is a way home after all.