Daredevil: Charlie Cox says fans saved the character; understand!

In an interview with marvel.commediated by Rachel Paige, Charlie Cox acknowledged that Daredevil fans were crucial in keeping the character from being completely scrapped.


The actor, who was originally cast to play lawyer Matt Murdock only in the Netflix series, has already made some guest appearances in the MCU with the same character and already has a new production to star in soon.

“Daredevil is such an amazing character. It was the great honor of my career to be offered this role and to be able to play it. I had so much fun with it. It changed my life irrevocably,” he said.


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In the same interview, Cox argued that he is not on social media, but that he has already realized how impressive the strength of fans is in these mediums. After demolisher canceled after three seasons on Netflix, many viewers campaigned online for the show to be picked up by Marvel.


It is worth remembering that even Vincent D’Onofrio, interpreter of the King of Crime in the series, returned for other participations in the MCU, as in Archer hawklaunched by Disney Plus at the end of last year.

demolisher: Charlie Cox thanks the affection of the fans

Even before being in two very special episodes in She-Hulk: Defender of HeroesCharlie Cox appeared in some scenes of Spider-Man: No Return Home (2021). For those who don’t remember, after Peter Parker (Tom Holland) has his identity exposed publicly, Murdock is called to defend him in court in a possible lawsuit.

The lawyer’s direct involvement with Jen Walters (Tatiana Maslany) has recently sparked a lot of internet speculation about Daredevil’s future. It is known that he will appear in some episodes of echothe spin-off of Archer hawk focused on the titular character of Alaqua Cox.


The expectation now is to know how the series Daredevil: Born Again, scheduled for 2024 on streaming, will be built. Marvel has already announced that it will be 18 episodes in total and obviously Vincent D’Onofrio will be back with his iconic villain.

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“Whatever happens to my career going forward, I owe a lot to the ‘Save Daredevil’ campaign, that even when I lost hope years ago, fans didn’t and continued to campaign and support [o retorno do personagem]”, highlighted Cox during the interview. “I’ve met many of them. They are a very passionate and enthusiastic audience,” he concluded.

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