Tom Holland, the well-known actor who has played Spider-Man at the UCM in recent years and whose future in the cinema seems more than assured after the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home (and the words of those responsible for Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios), has admitted in a recent interview that he would be delighted to continue working together with Charlie Cox on future projects in which that Spider-Man and Daredevil appear together. This has been revealed by the British actor to The Hollywood Reporter.
And it is that one of the many surprises of Spider-Man: No Way Home at the level of cameos or appearance of characters (and their interpreters) from other franchises was the rumored presence of Charlie Cox from the Netflix series Daredevil as Matt Murdock, all through a fun scene in which Marvel Studios recovers one of the most beloved characters and actors from the Marvel series on the streaming platform. And Tom Holland was delighted with it.
“Working with Charlie was very exciting. I’m a big fan of the Daredevil series and I think Charlie is a great actor. He’s done a terrific job with his character, and even though it’s a small cameo, he obviously anticipates the future of what could be. That scene was really a great acting job,” says Holland.
“We rehearsed the scene together, sitting at the table. It was great. It was kind of like an acting course because I was working with someone I admire so much and Charlie was hilarious. It was great to see him come back as a character that I’m really a fan of. I can’t wait for Spider-Man and Daredevil to team up again”, concludes the actor, pointing to a possible crossover between the two in future projects, as has happened in the comics on countless occasions.
And despite the fact that the presence of Charlie Cox as Daredevil in any specific Marvel Studios project has not yet been confirmed, Kevin Feige himself announced not long ago that they counted on the actor to continue being the devil of Hell’s Kitchen in the MCU.
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