Hugh Jackman’s return to the screen as Wolverine was a pleasant surprise for the fans. But his appearance on screen together with Deadpool was the cherry on the cake. With that in mind, it has gotten us thinking, can the movie also make a place for Daredevil? After all, Deadpool and Daredevil together had a lot of adventures together, albeit in the comics. It seems we are not the only ones pondering the question. Charlie Cox has recently talked spoken up about this at an event.
We followed the vigilante on his adventures throughout the three seasons of Daredevil. The series was one of the most-loved superheroes shows the streamer had. But it had to come to an end due to hiccups with ownership rights. Now that it has moved to Disney, Charlie will yet again reprise the role in Daredevil: Born Again on Disney +. But will he enter the Deadpool universe?
Charlie Cox thinks Marvel can make a space for Daredevil to share a screen with Wolverine and Deadpool
Following his cameo in Spiderman: No Way Home and an extended part in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Daredevil is now certainly a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But now Daredevil actor Charlie Cox hopes to see Daredevil share screen space with Wade Wilson and Wolverine once in the fourth-wall-breaking comedy movie, Deadpool. He said, “I think because of the tone of our show, I think that there’s a place for Daredevil to show up in Deadpool,” at the German Comic-con winter event.
Considering the contrast in their tones, the crossover can be a bit jarring. Matt Murdoch’s adventures have a darker tone, while Deadpool is a meta-comedy. But if Marvel can make it work, it is a win for the fans. Matt is more than capable of vibing with Wade Wilson after he showed off his comedic side in She-Hulk. Moreover, he is seemingly hinting at the Daredevil reboot having a much lighter tone than the Netflix Originals. It is based on the comic arc of Mayor Fisk.
Are you ready for both Daredevil and the threequel to arrive in 2024?