- Charlie Cox stated that he confided to Tom Hiddleston regarding his return. “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”
- Cox, who appeared as Matt Murdock/Daredevil in a cameo, stated that Hiddleston was his favorite actor. “first calls.”
- Cox said that Hiddleston is also being considered. “one of my best friends.”
Charlie Cox kept his surprise appearance as Matt Murdock/Daredevil under wraps “Spider-Man: No Way Home”He did inform Tom Hiddleston, a fellow Marvel star, before the film was released.
“One of my first phone calls, and I knew I could tell him because I also knew he knew, was Tom Hiddleston, he’s one of my best friends,”Cox was interviewed ComicBook.com.
Cox claimed that Hiddleston was filming the scene at the moment. “Loki,”A Marvel/Disney+ series where he appears as the God of Mischief.
Cox said that Hiddleston was the Broadway star who also starred in Broadway’s show. “Betrayal”In 2019, he was already aware that he would be returning as Daredevil.
“He said to me, ‘Whatever you do, when the film comes out, you’ve got to sneak into the back of a theater, because it will go crazy,'”Cox is being recalled. “And I remember thinking, ‘No it won’t.’ It’ll be nice to be there, but I think he’s thinking what it would be like for Loki to appear in that moment, where the Loki fan base is unlike anything I’ve ever seen in my life.”
Cox previously played Matt Murdock/Daredevil on NetflixMarvel Series “Daredevil,”It lasted three seasons from 2015 to 2018, and was renewed in 2018. After the cancellation of the show, fans rallied around for the streamer to bring it back, but to no avail.
He was visible within the first few seconds of his appearance “Spider-Man: No Way Home,”The third film by Tom Holland about Peter Parker/Spider-Ma was released in theaters December.
Peter struggles to decide what to do now that everyone knows his superhero identity at the beginning of the film.
Cox, as a lawyer, appeared in Peter’s apartment with Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Happy Hogan(Jon Favreau).
Matt offered them legal advice, and briefly demonstrated his remarkable reflexes when he effortlessly caught a cement brick that was being hurled through the window. He joked that his skills were a sign of being a master at this skill. “a really good lawyer.”
Fans were elated, but Cox told them recently RadioTimes.comHe was shocked to discover that the film had been shown at a screening to see how the audience reacted. “dead fucking quiet!”
Cox and fellow “No Way Home” star Andrew Garfield, who returned as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, also met up in Atlanta during production and spent an entire lunch date facing a wall so they wouldn’t be spotted together and raise suspicions.