Charlie Cox Has an Idea for Daredevil’s Eventual MCU Suit
With the character appearing in Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, and the eponymous series making its Disney+ debut, star Charlie Cox has an idea for Daredevil’s eventual MCU suit.
There are few Marvel shows that have achieved the critical acclaim of its Netflix collaborated Daredevil; a series that ran for three seasons on the popular streaming service.
Following the character of Matt Murdoch, Daredevil explored the famed Marvel character of the same name as he fought to protect the underground of the MCU, protecting the citizens of Hell’s Kitchen from the unjust by day as a pro-bono-lawyer, and defending against the villainous by night as the vigilante.
The series explored a lot of what makes the character so uniquely fantastic, from his conflicted faith rooted in catholicism, and his own disability that has enacted a superpower within him; Matt Murdoch remains one of Marvel comics’ brilliant figures.
Charlie Cox portrayed the character brilliantly during those three seasons, and with his appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home– and the villainous Wilson Fisk also debuting in Phase Four in the Hawkeye series- one can expect the character to continue his return to the MCU during Phase Five.
Yet, with the character sporting the same two looks throughout his three-season series, Cox has an idea for Daredevil’s new MCU suit, and how Matt Murdoch could “Earn it.”
In an interview with ComicBook.com, Cox was asked about a new costume, to which he replied, “What I would say is I’ve always liked the idea that at some point in MAtt’s journey, his emotional journey, and again, I don’t know how everything what’s happening, and what might happen,”
Cox continued, “But I’ve always liked the idea that at some point he feels like he has earned the right to have the DD, which we’ve never had. And one day down the line, I like the idea that he just makes the decision; we get to witness that evolution on screen.”
Watching Matt Murdoch go from an unnamed vigilante to marking his identity as a true symbol for the people of Hell’s Kitchen, would be an incredible evolution to witness; and giving Daredevil a continued season on Disney+ would be the perfect avenue.
We can only hope that Charlie Cox is able to return to the iconic red suit sooner rather than later.