Disney+ Releases New Daredevil Featurette Starring Charlie Cox

A featurette for Marvel’s Daredevil series features a new interview with star Charlie Cox to promote the series’ move from Netflix to Disney+.

Disney+ makes it known that Charlie Cox is daredevil is at home with the rest of Marvel’s star-studded lineup.

A new featurette has been released online to reintroduce the old Netflix series, which is now streaming along with the rest of the Defenders shows on Disney+. In the featurette, which is mostly action clips from the show, actor Charlie Cox talks about who Matt Murdock is as a character and what the show means to him.

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“To me, daredevil represents the idea that sometimes, small daily acts of kindness or helping can make big differences and bring about change over time,” says Cox.

daredevil began as the first Marvel TV series made exclusively for Netflix in 2015 after the film rights returned to Marvel Entertainment two years prior. Season 1 of daredevil was acclaimed by critics and fans alike, especially for the dense performances from not only Cox but also Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin. While the series established Marvel’s street world with vigilantes such as Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Punisher, their connection to the Marvel Cinematic Universe was questioned due to the split from Marvel. Studios and Marvel Television.

After daredevil was canceled by Netflix in 2018, fans lobbied to save Cox’s portrayal for the big screen along with the rest of Netflix’s heroes. Marvel Studios/Marvel CCO President Kevin Feige made that dream come true with Cox’s surprise cameo in Spider-Man: No Coming Homeas well as D’Onofrio’s return as Kingpin in Hawk Eye on Disney+. Their returns raise speculation as to whether the past daredevil the series is MCU canon.

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With daredevil and other former Marvel Netflix shows that moved to Disney+ last March, fans are curious when they can expect to see these characters again. Cox expressed his ideas for a daredevil restart after sound No coming home appearance while D’Onofrio maintains his optimism for Kingpin’s future in the MCU after the shocking finale of Hawk Eye. Even supporting players like Deborah Ann Woll have expressed a desire to return to the series.

The three seasons of daredevil are now available to stream on Disney+, along with all the other Defenders series. Fans can also grab Cox’s daredevil cameo in Spider-Man: No Coming Home, now available on digital, Blu-ray and 4K UHD.

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