An extremely late change in Daredevil entertainer Charlie Cox’s schedule has people convinced that he will be in Spider-Man: No Way Home. With just several months from hitting theaters, the Jon Watts film presently can’t seem to start off its marketing effort. Marvel Studios and Sony remain mum about the project, with no concrete sign whatsoever when the primary trailer for the movie will drop.
Taking it to its official Instagram page, Celebrity Fan Fest in San Antonio announced that “due to an extremely late shooting schedule change, Charlie Cox is as of now not able to go along with us.” The post didn’t go in-depth with its explanation for the entertainer pulling out from the appearance, however assures that “in the event that you sent in an item to SWAU for a signature or still need to, he’s benevolently agreed to make sure everything gets signed in the next few months once recording ends.” Checking Cox’s filmography, his lone other project that is standing by to be released is the TV show Kin which is already in after creation. In any case, many believe that the aforementioned shooting commitment will be for Spider-Man: No Way Home instead given the circumstance of events.
Related to speculation that Cox will be in Spider-Man: No Way Home, there have additionally been reports it will be a live-activity version of the SpiderVerse. Given that, previous manifestations of the web-throwing hero played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are allegedly appearing. Meanwhile, scalawags such Jamie Foxx’s Electro from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin from Spider-Man are slated to return, too. Alfred Molina’s affirmation that he will reprise his role as Doc Ock backs up these mumbles, which are further solidified by what went down in the season finale of Loki where the multiverse was unleashed.
Interestingly, however, Cox’s supposed appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home may be as Matt Murdock. The entertainer played the role in the now-defunct Marvel/Netflix franchise which was initially assumed to be connected to the MCU. However, that turned out to not be the situation. Nevertheless, with multiple realities presently overlapping, it’s currently possible for this get over to happen. Moreover, given Peter Parker’s predicament as being framed for the death of Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal), the youthful hero can sure use some help from a lawyer like Murdock.