RUMOR: Charlie Cox’s Daredevil Returning In Disney Plus Series?



Charlie Cox’s portrayal of the blind super hero in the Netflix Daredevil series has become one of the most popular portrayal of the character in Marvel history. Though that’s not saying much since the only major competition is Ben Affleck’s version from 2005.

Ever since his “surprise” cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home many fans have been wondering if we will see not only him, but the rest of the Netflix actors return to their roles.

In a recent interview with Supernova the actor was asked about potential future with Marvel:

More than that, I don’t know, and the little I do know, I’m obviously not going to say. But the only thing I would say is that for a long time I was asked these questions and I genuinely had not heard anything. For years, I have been asked questions about returning as Daredevil, and the genuine truth was I 100% assumed that was gone, that ship had just sailed. I didn’t hear from any of the folks at Marvel for a couple of years. It does now look like I was lying for a long time, I actually wasn’t, I was only lying for a little bit of time. You still don’t want to spoil it for people.

Though the actor did originally deny appearing in No Way Home until a screenshot leaked of him appearing in it. So there is a chance he may also be hiding something.

Some rumors indicate that the actor may appear in either the upcoming She-Hulk or Armor Wars series both coming to Disney Plus later this year.

If we do see Daredevil reappear in the MCU, perhaps there is a chance we may see Mike Colter’s Luke Cage and Krysten Ritter’s Jessica Jones again. Sadly Jon Bernthal’s Punisher and Finn Jones’ Iron Fist might not be “appropriate” for Marvel’s current plans.


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