Charlie Cox Expresses Hopeful Perspective on His Future in the MCU

daredevil filming reportedly to be resumed in january 2024

‘Daredevil: Born Again’ has become one of the most discussed upcoming MCU projects, fueled by both fan anticipation and a tumultuous production journey. From the hurdles of a SAG-AFTRA strike to clashes in creative visions between showrunners and the studio, the project has faced its share of challenges.

Recently, a release date confirmation was added to the conversation. The show is slated to debut on Disney+ in March 2025, comprising a total of nine episodes. This revelation left fans disappointed, especially considering the initial promises of 18 episodes outlined for the series.

However, it’s worth noting that rumors have circulated suggesting that the show was intended to unfold as a two-part, two-season narrative. This implies that while nine episodes are set for release in March, another nine may follow at a later date. Charlie Cox’s recent remarks further bolster this notion.

In an interview with Deadline, Charlie Cox shed light on his future in the MCU alongside Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin, and needless to say, excitement is brewing.

Cox expresses his optimism for the characters, envisioning a lengthy journey ahead spanning at least another decade. This sentiment gains traction from various rumors circulating in recent months. Speculation suggests Daredevil’s inclusion in ‘Spider-Man 4’ and discussions hint at the MCU’s future emphasis on street-level narratives, with Daredevil being a prominent figure in the source material.

Regardless, we share Cox’s hope for his continued involvement in future projects. Have any thoughts to share? Feel free to drop them in the comments below!

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