Charlie Cox considered Vincent D’Onofrio, his co-star on Daredevil, to be “delusional” for thinking Marvel would bring the show back when Netflix cancelled it after three seasons. You know, I truly believed that ship had sailed. During a panel at Wales Comic-Con, Cox stated, “I thought it was over.” “It had been a few years since the cancellation of Daredevil. I was unaware that there was a prohibition on that.Disney and Marvel had to wait a while before contacting us, I believe it was two years, after the programme was cancelled. So, I was ignorant of it at the time. I simply assumed everything was finished, and periodically, Vincent—who portrays Wilson Fisk—and I would talk on the phone. And he would sort of remark, “I have no doubt that they will bring us back.” I would be on the phone saying something like, “Mate, this guy is insane!” He must let go of it.” Characters from the Defenders series, such as Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones, were prohibited from appearing in non-Netflix productions for two years following termination, according to a contractual provision that Cox was not aware of. It means putting Cox and D’Onofrio’s characters on hold for Daredevil until November 2020. In 2021, D’Onofrio returned to the character of Kingpin on the Disney+ series Hawkeye. The following year, Cox had a brief appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home before making a comeback in She-Hulk onDisney+.
Before collaborating on the Disney+ series Daredevil: Born Again, Cox and D’Onofrio may be seen in the first TV-MA series from Marvel Studios, Echo. Reuniting as The Punisher is Jon Bernthal, who debuted in the MCU as Frank Castle in Daredevil Season 2. Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, who are well-known for their work on Loki Season 2, have been given the assignment. This comes after the writers’ strike caused a creative makeover for the television series. In addition, Cox discussed his ideal Daredevil partner in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, citing Iron Man. While acknowledging that it would not be feasible given Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark’s death in Avengers: Endgame, the actor expressed his enjoyment of the relationships between the characters in the comic books. Recently, Cox said, “I was actually catching up on some comics,” and I was reading one from 2020 in which Daredevil and Iron Man sort of run-in together. It’s rather amusing.” “I thought that would be very awesome. Since he’s deceased, I don’t think that’s conceivable right now. However, as Marvel is involved, who knows. I believe having that little time would be nice for a personal purpose.”Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News