First at the movies in Spider-Man: No Way Home? Or in the Hawkeye series?
The rumor has been going around for months, and it’s Marvel boss Kevin Feige who just confirmed it in person at Cinemablend : Charlie cox remains the interpreter of Matt Murdock / Daredevil within the MCU. Yes his series on Netflix is over, just like The Defenders, which he co-starred with Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fists (Finn Jones), the 38-year-old actor will soon be returning to films and / or series from the studio. To use the words of the producer: “If you see Daredevil in any future projects, he will be played by Charlie Cox. In what program it will be, how it will be done and when we see him again, that’s yet to be determined.”
Meanwhile, Netflix’s Marvel Universe silently retreats
Will he be back in Spider-Man: No Way Home, at the cinema on December 15? This sequel co-produced by Sony and Marvel brings back several characters from the different Spider-Man sagas (Dr. Octopus from Sam Raimi’s first trilogy played by Alfred Molina, Electro from Mark Webb’s blockbusters played by Jamie Foxx …) , but also other Marvel films, starting with Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). And some spectators swear they recognized charlie cox’s hand in one of his trailers! Side series, it is in Hawkeye (currently being broadcast on Dinsey Plus) that we could well find the character, the plot coming to introduce the character of Echo, which is linked to that of Wiston Fisk, the “Kingpin” of Hell’s Kitchen in Daredevil who is played by Vincent D’Onofrio.
Vincent d’Onofrio back as “Caid” in Hawkeye?
The upcoming return of Daredevil in the guise of Charlie Cox is in any case good news for many Marvel fans, who have been calling for the actor’s return for a long time. It can also potentially open the door for others “comebacks”, the heroine Jessica Jones and her teammate Luke Cage being for example popular with the public. Just like the Punisher played by Jon Bernthal …
Here is the latest trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home :
Kevin Feige finally talks about Marvel characters abandoned by Netflix