Over the years, some actors have grown to become synonymous with the Marvel character they were hired to play. Robert Downey Jr. is Tony Stark. Chris Evans claimed the texture of Steve Rogers. Some roles could be recast, such as Edward Norton’s rendition of the Hulk as Mark Ruffalo or Don Cheadle to replace Terrence Howard. But many claim their character, and this is final. That’s how many MCU fans feel about Charlie Cox and his portrayal of blind attorney Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil. There have been calls to bring Cox into the MCU and allow him to continue playing the man without fear… and it seems like Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been listening.
The guy behind the machine who is an MCU sat down with CinemaBlend recently, answering questions about Daredevil, and the character’s potential in the MCU now that his Netflix show is over. It would be a shame if Daredevil didn’t feature in a Marvel feature or Disney+ show, and we asked Feige what he thought of Charlie Cox being able to stay in the part. To our surprise, the usually subtle Kevin Feige confirmed the news many fans would want to hear when he told CinemaBlend:
Kevin Feige still has a few cards near his jacket regarding Daredevil’s future when it comes to a set schedule, but those who’ve loved Charlie Cox’s portrayal of the character can take joy in knowing he’ll return to Hell’s Kitchen at some point and patrol the streets on behalf of the neighborhood citizens. . And in light of a number of shows in development, bringing in Daredevil makes more sense than it might have been when the Netflix show got off the ground.
for example, hook On Disney+ he just introduced the character Echo, a deaf warrior with connections to Wilson Fisk, also known as Kingpin. Daredevil has been a constant thorn in Fisk’s side for decades in the comics. There have been rumors that Vincent Donofrio, also from Netflix reckless Show, about to appear in hook, so pitting Cox against his former star is a natural progression.
If Marvel Studios just wanted to explore the legal aspects of Matt Murdock, who is just as powerful in a courtroom as he does in a dark alley, Daredevil might be a natural fit. Strong woman, another Disney+ show now in production that will introduce audiences to Jennifer Walters (Tatiyana Maslany), another law-wielding superpower citizen. Why have these been popular in Marvel Comics over the years?
Charlie Cox’s take on Matt Murdock and Daredevil was incredibly popular among Marvel fans, and an improvement over Ben Affleck’s efforts at a doomed game. reckless The movie that featured MCU rock star Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan. We’ll see how many Netflix players follow Charlie Cox to the MCU if and when he arrives, but according to Kevin Feige, it’s happening, and we know fans will be very excited.