Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Daredevil (Charlie Cox) will unlock the MCU’s street heroes. It is undeniable that many of us were very happy when we found out that Daredevil was back through the Marvel Studios (MCU) flag. Yes how not? Besides that, Cox is cool to play him in 3 seasons of the Netflix series Daredevil (2015-2018).
Also, we’re certainly excited that this blind superhero is back in action via his own “home” flag, Marvel. At first, many of us thought that Daredevil’s return to the MCU was purely a business matter.
There is a Hidden Agenda
That’s because a few years ago Disney officially bought Fox. Automatically, all Fox assets, including the Marvel character licenses they used to hold, will become the property of Disney, which also owns Marvel Studios.
But unfortunately we are a little wrong guys. Because the reason is more than that. In particular, in addition to pleasing fans. Also, when Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and the team took back the licensing rights to Daredevil’s big screen, they already had long-term plans for this character. And this long-term plan was recently revealed by Feige through the following clip upload.
Yes, as you can see and hear for yourself at the end of the video. Feige had an interview at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC 2022) with MTV reporter Josh Horowitz basically explaining things.
But at the end he explained that the MCU in the future will explore the realm of its MCU heroes. That is, they will not only focus on superhero stories related to cosmic or global forms of evil as before.
Daredevil’s No Way Home Debut Makes Sense
However, in the future, the MCU will also explore street crimes that usually occur every day. Now as a long-term opening point for MCU street heroes, Feige cs will use Daredevil.
But Daredevil is not alone. Because Spider-Man in the future will also be a street hero in the MCU. With this explanation from Feige. Well, now the main reason why Daredevil debuted in the MCU yesterday through the film Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021).
And yes for me personally, this is the right step. Because as we know since the comics, they have been introduced as superheroes to eradicate street crime, especially Daredevil.