December 5, 2021

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Charlie Cox Thinks It’s Fine If He’s Not Daredevil Again

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Charlie Cox Thinks His Daredevil Coming Back is Risky

Either way, Cox is cool with it, and wouldn’t be too sad if he never returned to the role. “We still have three great seasons of television,” he reminded, “and we haven’t ruined it!” More seriously, he advised caution to the fans. “You don’t want to taint what you’ve already got…You come back and it’s not as good or it doesn’t quite work or it’s too much time has passed. It doesn’t quite come together in the same way.”

While this won’t stop hopes and rumors completely, Cox has a valid point: there’s no hard recipe for success in bringing back things that were abruptly canceled or didn’t fully get their due. It’s even more risky for superhero projects; sometimes you get nice surprise cameos like in Avengers: Endgame, and other times you get…whatever bringing in various multiverse villains is meant to accomplish for No Way Home. Either way, there are other things to watch if you need to get your Cox fix. Apparently his show Kin on AMC+ is pretty good!

On the eventual chance that there is a new Daredevil, Cox wouldn’t offer any advice to them. “I’d want them to discover it for themselves, in the same way I got the opportunity to do. I hope inhabiting that character gives them as much as it gave me.”

Spider-Man: No Way Home releases in theaters on December 17.


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