Charlie cox it has generated too much conversation in recent weeks. The reason? Rumor has it he will appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Daredevil, the iconic character he brought to life in the Netflix series of the same name. Now, in an interview with Forbes in relation to his participation in Kin, the AMC series, the actor was forced to comment again on the rumors. Obviously, he preferred to watch his statement to avoid any kind of scandal.
“My answer is: no comment. I don’t know what will happen. I really don’t know. If there was a possibility of that happening in the future [la incursión de Daredevil a los filmes de Marvel], I don’t want to say something that could jeopardize those possibilities. The higher ups at Marvel may see these things or hear what I say, maybe that plays a role. “
Also, Charlie Cox said not knowing how Disney is managing the rights of the characters that previously belonged to Netflix. Referring, of course, to Daredevil, Punisher, and Jessica Jones. “I don’t know what the policies are, I don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes either. I don’t know about that. I don’t know what the rules are, the deal Netflix made … Anything I say can be taken out of context and could be a headline that could mean something, so I’m a little careful what I say now, “he stated.
No news on Spider-Man: No way home, for now …
Despite avoiding the theme of Spider-Man: No Way Home, he acknowledged the good work of Jon Bernthal and Krysten Ritter playing Punisher and Jessica Jones, respectively. In fact, he recommends choosing the same actors in case they plan to bring their respective characters back. Charlie Cox continued: “All I will say is that I don’t know who could do a better version of Punisher than Jon Bernthal. That character is loved, people are crazy about Frank Castle. So if they’re going to do it again, I hope they do it with him because I don’t think it’s better. “
“I feel the same about Krysten Ritter. I know Jessica Jones is not as well known a character as Frank Castle, but what a performance. It was a great show.”
It seems that Charlie Cox, should he really be part of the cast of Spider-Man: No Road Home, will say absolutely nothing before the premiere (December 17, 2021). Meanwhile, the internet will continue to formulate all kinds of theories to accommodate Matt Murdock in the new film of the spider superhero. Of course, the lawyer in the scene of the trailer has already been ruled out.