The premiere of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ was a celebration of several generations of fans who have followed the character since his earliest adaptations. However, one thing that did not go unnoticed was the appearance of Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock. Now, it seems that Marvel has eliminated the events of the film, and raises the suspicions of the fans.
Before Charlie Cox made his appearance in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home,’ the Disney+ series ‘Hawkeye’ featured Vincent D’Onofrio as the Kingpin. What caused many fans to wonder if now the new versions of these characters are the same as what we saw on Netflix, or if they are variants thanks to the possibility of the Multiverse.
Is Daredevil canon within the MCU?
Until a few hours ago, everything had been clarified thanks to the description of Daredevil within the official Marvel site, which clarified that the events of “Spiderman: No Way Home” with Tom Holland occurred “some time after” the Netflix series. However, it seems that things are not clear in the company.
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According to information from The Direct, Marvel’s official website has been updated to remove Matt Murdock’s appearance in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ from Daredevil’s on-screen story. At first, the report referred to the small involvement of Peter Parker’s lawyer, clarifying his space in time, and now there is no trace of it.
Although Peter was legally cleared of any wrongdoing, Matt warned him that he would still have to face the court of public opinion and advised Harold “Happy” Hogan to hire a good lawyer. As if on cue, a protester threw a brick through the Parkers’ apartment window in support of Mysterio. Fortunately, due to his heightened senses, Matt was able to catch the brick before it hurt anyone inside.”
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Although this may seem like a detail that does not affect the history of Daredevil, the doubt it generates is that now Marvel is once again questioning which timeline this new version of Matt Murdock belongs to. At the moment the company has not commented on the decision to remove this description of the character’s history.
At the time, Kevin Feige said he was very happy to welcome Charlie Cox as Daredevil again, and later we saw his appearance in ‘Spiderman: No Way Home’. And perhaps right now in the company they are planning what will happen in history during the events of the Netflix series and the Tom Holland tape.
Rumors suggest that Marvel plans to start production on a supposed fourth season of ‘Daredevil’ at the end of the year, while it could appear in the ‘Echo’ or ‘She-Hulk’ series, and possibly in the story of ‘ Spiderman 4’ with Tom Holland, but only time will confirm it.
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