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Daredevil‘s Charlie Cox is among the most rumored actors in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Well, is he in it?
Spoilers to follow.
You know the drill.
Yes, Charlie Cox returns as attorney Matt Murdock.
In other words, Daredevil debuts in the MCU.
There’s no recasting here.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige spoiled it in early December.
Of course, Feige didn’t mention where or when.
However, the timing was suspicious. Spider-Man: No Way Home was coming out.
Feige’s announcement wasn’t a surprise.
Rather, it was an acknowledgement.
Certainly, it’s rare for Feige.
He never spills.
Perhaps he revealed it before Sony inevitably does.
In that case, it was too late.
LOL, Sony, LOL.
Charlie Cox is the second Daredevil variant in the MCU.
Is Daredevil’s Charlie Cox In Spider-Man: No Way Home?
The first was Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin.
The Kingpin entered the MCU on Hawkeye this week.
Fans of Netflix’ cancelled Daredevil leapt for joy.
For those who can’t wait, Charlie Cox is barely in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Nevertheless, that doesn’t matter.
This is about his future, not the present.
Furthermore, his screen time shouldn’t be a shock.
On December 4, I said that Charlie Cox is briefly in the film.
That is accurate.
I saw the footage myself.
In addition, he’s not wearing a costume.
In fact, the scene is like what we reported on October 29.
Charlie Cox consults Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in his living room.
Charlie Cox catches a brick that is thrown through the window.
Parker is shocked at his reflexes.
He asks him how he did it.
Charlie Cox boasts:
I’m a very good lawyer.
Charlie Cox’ hair is cut shorter.
Otherwise, he has the cane and stylish glasses.
But when will Charlie Cox suit up?
Insiders explained that Charlie Cox will wear his Daredevil costume on Echo.
Alaqua Cox’ Echo generated a buzz on Hawkeye.
Daredevil and the Kingpin will join Disney Plus’ upcoming Echo series.
On the other hand, Marvel Studios will ignore Netflix continuity.
Those shows were not in the MCU.
Still, they’ll remain canon as part of the multiverse.
Actor by actor, Marvel Studios rebuilds Netflix’ The Defenders.
Some will be asked back.
On the contrary, one will likely not be.
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