Charlie cox’s portrayal of the venturesome Daredevil in the Netflix show is considered one of the best regarding its source material. Releasing outside the helms of mainline MCU, the Daredevil series rose to fame and critical acclaim over the years, ascending to immense stature and widely attaining the designation of the best superhero show to pump out from the genre.
After the characters return to Disney, it’s only feasible that the studio has stored some cardinal role for the blind lawyer in the vast franchise moving forward in its next chapter after the announcement of Daredevil: Born Again, an MCU show with 18 episodes.
Charlie Cox on multiple crossovers with other MCU Icons
After the rights reverted to Marvel and Kevin Feige after the show’s 3 seasons run on Netflix, people are eager to find out the future of Charlie Cox in the mainline MCU after its surprise cameo in Spiderman: No Way Home and a further elongated appearance in the She-hulk tv show in a more lighthearted tone than its Netflix counterpart, eventually confirming rebooted show which will be released on Disney+, it probably seems there’s gonna be some robust appearance of other MCU A-listers on the series. Speaking with the Metro Charlie Cox stated,
“I don’t know anything. I haven’t read anything from any scripts. So I don’t know. I have no idea. But the only thing that’s fun going forward for the Daredevil show is that of course when we were on Netflix, we didn’t have the opportunity to really have the crossovers other than the characters that we knew we had in that Netflix Marvel world.”
As the actor manifested his love for the wider MCU, the tonal shift to match with the rest of the shared universe seems only viable to envisage some possible appearances of other MCU stars in the upcoming show. He said,
“Now that door is wide open to all sorts of possibilities and that, for me, as someone who’s become a great fan of the comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s really exciting that that door is open and that we can have cameos from other characters that we couldn’t before.”
Speculated Cameos for the upcoming show
As Charlie Cox takes on his solo venture on the MCU soil, the actor shared his excitement. While he doesn’t know specifically what’s happening in the story or script yet, the Matt Murdock actor showed his interest in reuniting with Jennifer Walters, rekindling their relationship after he appeared in She-hulk episode 8, praising the work of Tatiana Maslany. Even though Spiderman would have been a nice fit for his story, considering their vast correlation in the comics, aside from sharing his first occurrence in the MCU in Spiderman: No Way Home, it’s likely improbable to see both alongside considering they’d probably save spiderman for Spiderman 4 or some other big movie later down the path.
With Vincent D’Onofrio back as Wilson Fisk in opposition to Charlie Co, netizens make plausible queries in regards to the return of other beloved characters from the Defenders saga including Krysten Ritter’s Jessica Jones or Mike Colter’s Luke Cage. As the eventual product marking the rise of Daredevil in the MCU frontline wouldn’t be as broody and gory as its predecessor following its family-friendly universe, it sure would have to recapture the essence of the character following its eventual footsteps in a less caliginous world.
Daredevil: Born Again will debut on Disney+ in Spring 2024.
Source: The Direct