Spider-Man: No Way Home – official teaser trailer
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Charlie Cox starred as Daredevil in three solo seasons and one with The Defenders on Netflix. And in recent months rumours have been rife that his blind superhero is set to appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home. After all, Spider-Man: Far From Home saw Tom Holland’s Peter Parker facing legal trouble after being accused of murdering Mysterio by the Daily Bugle’s J Jonah Jameson, so lawyer Matt Murdock could come in real handy.
Well, whatever the case, Giant Freakin Robot’s trusted and proven sources claim that Cox has signed a deal to co-star as Daredevil in Spider-Man 4.
Sony have made a Tom Holland Spider-Man solo movie in the MCU every two years since 2017.
So presumably untitled Spider-Man 4, the sequel to Spider-Man: No Way Home, is set for release around 2023.
Last month, Cox responded to the rumours that his Matt Murdock features in Spider-Man: No Way Home this December.
Speaking with The Steve Varley Show, Cox didn’t exactly say no to his involvement.
The 38-year-old said: “I wouldn’t want to ruin something either way. So, [the speculation] makes me a little anxious in that regard. It’s a difficult thing to talk about.
“All I would say is everyone, myself included, is just going to have to wait and see.”
Earlier this year, We Got This Covered’s Marvel sources claimed that there is a Spider-Man team-up movie in the works with not only Daredevil, but also Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool.
This comes from the same insider who correctly leaked that Luke Skywalker would appear in The Mandalorian.
The three superheroes have teamed up in Marvel Comics before, so why not in the MCU?
It would make sense for Spider-Man and Daredevil given they are both New Yorkers, while Reynolds’ Deadpool is due to enter the MCU soon.
Presumably, the Merc with a Mouth will arrive via the multiverse since Disney now own the rights to the Fox Marvel characters like the X-Men and Fantastic Four.
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Spider-Man: No Way Home is confirmed to be a multiverse movie by Doctor Strange in its first trailer.
The teaser concluded with the return of Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock from the Tobey Maguire movie Spider-Man 2.
It’s heavily rumoured that other Sony villains and former Peter Parkers Maguire and Andrew Garfield will feature.
Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives in cinemas on December 17, 2021.
SOURCES: GIANT FREAKIN ROBOT, WE GOT THIS COVERED
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