With the release of Black Widow earlier this year, Marvel Studios have officially kicked off Phase Four of Marvel Cinematic Universe. The cinematic universe is expanding, and we will witness the introduction of new heroes along with the old ones fighting for justice and for saving the fate of humanity. One familiar face, or rather the most beloved Marvel superhero will return to big screens later this year, bringing the chaos of multiverse.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit the screens later this year, but rumors and leaks have been surfacing quite a while back on the internet. The latest report suggests that an entire script of the upcoming third installment of Spider-Man recently leaked online. A YouTuber that goes by the name “Everything Always” revealed lots of fun-spoiling details about the upcoming Spider-Man movie.
Fans have been losing their minds with excitement when the first trailer dropped a month ago. The leaked script claimed that Charlie Cox’s Daredevil of Hell’s Kitchen aka Matt Murdock will be making an appearance in the upcoming Spider-Man movie. Ever since, Netflix cancelled the Daredevil series, fans were hoping to see the Man Without Fear featured in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Charlie Cox’s Daredevil will legally aid Peter Parker.
Charlie Cox has repeatedly ridiculed the theory and mentioned that he is not going to appear in the film. However, he also mentioned that he would love to return as Daredevil. The leaked script mentioned that Charlie Cox’s Daredevil will help Spider-Man to prove that he is not responsible for the death of Mysterio. J. Jonah Jameson — in Spider-Man: Far From Home mid-credits scene — shared the morphed video revealing the secret identity of Spider-Man and blaming him for the death of Mysterio.
This leak seems reasonable, as we saw a short glimpse of a man appearing to be Matt Murdock in the interrogation room in the official trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home. Earlier this year, a report emerged claiming that Cox has wrapped filming his part in the movie. As of now, everything stays as a possibility, but things will actually unveil when Spider-Man: No Way Home debuts this December.