If there’s one thing Marvel fans want to see, even as much as Spider-Man: No Road Home, it’s Daredevil being back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but specifically Charlie Cox reprising his role as Matt Murdock, which already played in the series Daredevil – 93% who had three seasons on Netflix. In recent months, the amount of rumors and reports that have appeared on the Internet has given fans hope that they could get away with it, and that is that there has been no shortage of speculation that Cox could appear in the Spider-Man movie. .
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Although that has never been confirmed as of this point, the release of the trailer for the sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home – 82% still have Daredevil fans on high alert for any trace of the Fearless Man to appear. The trailer confirms what was said for a long time: Peter Parker (Tom Holland) goes to another superhero to ask for help. It was always pointed out that this would be Matt Murdock, of whom much has been said that he could intervene in the legal field to help the young Spider-Man, but the trailer also clarified that Parker does not have it easy and turns to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch ) with the intention that he can make everyone forget that he is Spider-Man.
However, a brief look at this preview led many fans to believe that Matt Murdock definitely appears there only because the forearm of a man whose face is not visible is visible, and because it appears that the protagonist is inside. of a police station. Charlie cox ensures that this character is not the one he played in the Marvel Television series and it is not the first time that he has denied being involved in the film.
Sony’s new adaptation in conjunction with Marvel Studios has not ceased to be the topic of conversation on social networks after the arrival of its first advance, which by the way appeared shortly after being leaked on the Internet. The public has been waiting for so long and although we do not know if the premiere will be delayed in the end due to the pandemic because we do not believe that both studios are willing to risk so much if they are not sure, at least the first official look at the footage is already there.
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During an interview with the Irish Examiner, Cox again denied all the theories that put Matt Murdock in the plot of Spider-Man: No Way Home (via The Direct). The star revealed to that medium that even one of his friends believed that it was him and asked him if he was in the movie after seeing the trailer that was leaked on the Internet.
One of my good friends in New York, who knows me very well, texted me a clip of a leaked trailer that had me in it. I had to answer him to tell him that it wasn’t real. Like you could clearly see that it wasn’t real. This is a guy who knows me and believed it. I said, “Do you think I would not have told you?”
The actor comes from working on a crime series called Kin, which will premiere on AMC, and in the interview he said that even there he chatted with a Spider-Man fan, just at the time when there were rumors that Cox was filming in Atlanta.
There was a fan on Kin’s team. I got to work one day, and there had been a rumor that I was filming in Atlanta, and he asked me like it was a delicate question, and I said, “I’ve been here every day with you on set,” but I think I was so hopeful because he was still like, “Is it true?” I had to say, “How would that be true?”
He even made a joke in which he referred to Captain America when he said that due to the pandemic and his recent jobs he cannot afford to travel anywhere as easily as before, this is due to the measures that studios and producers now take. to continue work during this time.
Even if I had a few days off, we are in the middle of a pandemic. I am not allowed to fly anywhere. What are you talking about?’ You thought Captain America came looking for me?
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