Following the success of the Netflix series Daredevil, the chairperson of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, has officially announced that the fearless character of Daredevil will be reprised by our favourite actor Charlie Cox in Spider-Man: No Way Home in the upcoming fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This statement has cleared the way for Charlie Cox to feature in multiple upcoming MCU projects. During a press conference for the current MCU film, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Feige formally revealed that Charlie Cox would reprise his role as Daredevil in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Well… the announcement of his presence in the MCU was seen as a very excellent move, since there had been a long-standing fan desire. On the other hand, Kevin Feige has left Marvel fans guessing by not revealing which projects the character of Charlie Cox will feature in.
In Which Series Daredevil Is Probably Gonna Show Up?
Daredevil was initially performed by Charlie Cox in the first chapter of the Netflix Daredevil series in 2015. After that, his tale continued for another three years, with two more Daredevil franchise episodes and a single season of The Defenders, which was deemed a crossover. Cox’s portrayal of the devil of Hell’s Kitchen was favourably received by all Marvel fans, as he brilliantly elevated the characters of Matt Murdock and Daredevil to new heights. Daredevil was cancelled by Netflix in 2018 after three seasons. As a consequence, fans began to demand that Marvel Studios put Daredevil inside the MCU umbrella, which will be reprised by the same actor Charlie Cox.
So, which series are most likely to portray the character of Daredevil? Here’s everything we know about the future Phase 4 series that may include the character Daredevil.
The series Moon Knight is set to premiere on Disney+’s digital platform next year, and it will star Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector, a merciless vigilante who alternates between the realms of the Hero and the Villain. Given that both characters will be battling the same adversary and that both operate in Manhattan, it seems logical to include the character of Daredevil in the series. Aside from that, as we saw in the Moon Knight teaser, when Moon Knight is violently hitting a criminal, we might easily compare it to Daredevil’s savage action scenes.
In terms of She-Hulk potential, we can envision the series starring Matt Murdock in the same courtroom as Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany). Why? Jennifer, better known as She-Hulk, is a lawyer who works to defend people with superpowers.
In terms of the series, Echo, we can say that Daredevil is linked to the genesis tale of Maya Lopez as Echo, as performed by Alaqua Cox. As Wilson Fisk, nicknamed the Kingpin, played by Vincent D’Onofrio, who raised Echo as a kid, is Daredevil’s lifelong foe, we may assume that Daredevil will appear in the series.