Daredevil To Appear in Numerous MCU Shows Including She-Hulk, Echo, and More

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There is little doubt that Marvel fans were delighted to meet "a pretty good lawyer" in Spider-Man: No Way Home. But what does that little cameo mean for Daredevil's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? A new report reveals that Charlie Cox is set to have several appearances in the upcoming MCU shows. In addition to that, we just got new details on Matt Murdock's role in She-Hulk!

It's no secret that people want Daredevil to return in hopes that the Netflix show could continue with more episodes. For now, that doesn't seem to be happening but Marvel is far from done with Matt Murdock as the character was brought back in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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So does this mean we'll see more of Daredevil in the MCU? A leaker shared some interesting updates on Matt Murdock on Reddit starting with his role in She-Hulk. According to the leak, Tatiana Maslany's Jennifer Walters will go up against Murdock in a case where he "schools" Walters before they go out for drinks. Interestingly, the two hit it off and Murdock even offers Walters a spot on his firm in Hell's Kitchen.

The connection between Walters and Murdock is set to be a strong one. Although they reportedly go up against each other in fighting crime, they end up working together after that. Additionally, there's a romantic side to their bond as a scene of them having sex on a couch will reportedly be interrupted by Wong opening a portal in the room.

That's a lot considering that Charlie Cox is expected to appear in at least two episodes of She-Hulk. But that's not all since the leak also reveals the Daredevil actor will appear in Echo and Moon Knight. In addition to that, Matt Murdock is now set to show up in Iron Heart and Armor Wars.

It's great to know that Daredevil is officially back and will be playing a huge part in the MCU. Hopefully, we'll get an official announcement on all his new shows soon.


Catch Charlie Cox's Daredevil in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is now screening in theaters.

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