The Man Filled with Gratitude is also the Man Without Fear. Charlie Cox, who plays the blind character Daredevil, attributes the recent rebirth of his career to the “Save Daredevil” social media movement.
After Netflix terminated the series in 2018, Cox discussed his return to the character of Daredevil in an interview with Marvel.com. Recent appearances by Daredevil include Spider-Man: No Way Home and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+. Those served as the starters. Daredevil: Born Again, his Disney+ program, will also include him.
I owe a large portion of my current professional success to the “Save Daredevil” campaign, Coz declared. “they continued to support and advocate even after I had long since lost hope in them. I’ve met a lot of them over the years, and they are such a passionate, ecstatic group.”
Cox also adores the part a lot.
Cox said, “Daredevil is such a great character. “It has been the biggest honor of my career to be granted that role and the chance to play him. It’s been so much pleasure for me. It has permanently altered my life. Despite the disappointment of the voyage coming to an end, I felt that we had done well, had a great time, and simply had to be thankful for what we had as the show came to an end.”