Marvel Cinematic Universe is the biggest franchise in recent times and people go bonkers about every new project announced by the studios. Ever since Disney bought Marvel Studio, the scale of the movies has increased. The marvel movies are based on comic books published by the same company. The company, as we all know, was started by Stan Lee.
These movies and shows are not only famous because of the stories of the movies but also for the fact that the studio listens to the fans and what they want. And when you are delivered with the product you are hoping for it will make you loyal towards them. One of those wishes is granted to the fans by the studio.
Daredevil In MCU:
Marvel fans who were hoping that Charlie Cox will one day return to play the role of Daredevil just got some extraordinary news. In an interview, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige affirmed that Cox will play the role of Daredevil whenever daredevil will make debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In Kevin Feige’s words: “If you somehow managed to see Daredevil in future projects, Charlie Cox, indeed, would be the entertainer playing Daredevil. Where we see that how we see that, when we see that, is not yet clear.”
While Feige’s remark doesn’t affirm Cox’s Daredevil is entering the MCU, it clarifies that no other emphasis of the superhuman is being considered for the universe. Cox played the role of Daredevil in the show with the same name in three seasons of Netflix’s eponymous comic book performance before the embellishment dropped the show. Fans have been clamoring for Cox’s return from that point onward. Tales have twirled that Cox’s Daredevil could spring up in the forthcoming “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” while the Disney+ series “Hawkeye” highlights a person (Echo) with direct connections to Daredevil foe Kingpin (played by Vincent D’Onofrio on Cox’s Netflix series).
Cox’s “Daredevil” was one of a few Netflix-Marvel series that got canned in 2019. The other series included “Jessica Jones” with Krysten Ritter and “Luke Cage” with Mike Coulter are some other Netflix-Marvel series. When asked by media recently on whether or not Netflix’s Marvel series could return, Feige did not a straightforward answer but the Marvel supervisor said, “I’ve been at Marvel sufficiently long to never say never about anything.”
Charlie Cox On Playing Daredevil:
In a May 2020 meeting, Cox said he’d “love just to play Daredevil once more. Nonetheless, the entertainer said pulling off a fourth period of the Marvel series would be extremely difficult as most of the cast and team have different responsibilities now. The actor explained, “When you make a TV program, it’s so tangled, and people’s plans are so problematic, and contracts are so inconvenient. So that is the reason when, as an entertainer, when you sign onto a TV show, you sign six years of your life away. Since, assuming you don’t do that, it turns out to be too convoluted to even think about attempting and getting this multitude of moving pieces.”