Hawkeye Star Vincent D'onofrio Wants Kingpin in Spider-Man 4

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It's safe to say that Kingpin is officially back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, thanks to the character's awesome appearance in Hawkeye. So is it possible that we'll be seeing Wilson Fisk in more Marvel projects despite the way the Disney+ series teased his fate? Vincent D'onofrio certainly hopes so and the Daredevil star even has his own ideas on how Fisk could reappear in the MCU. For instance, he believes his character should be a major part of Spider-Man 4!

Vincent D'onofrio has always been vocal about wanting Kingpin to return to the MCU after Daredevil was cancelled. However, he never spoiled the character's comeback in Hawkeye until the episode teasing Wilson Fisk's appearance had aired. Things have certainly changed since then and now D'onofrio is more open to talking about Fisk's future.

So where can we expect Kingpin to show up again? D'onofrio was recently a guest on The Sarah O'Connell Show where he admitted that he would like to interact with more Marvel characters.

"I mean, it’s obvious that Punisher, Daredevil, and Spider-Man are the ones that my character is tied to in the comic books. But there’s plenty of room for others, I can just only hope that that happens," D'onofrio said. He then added that he really wants Kingpin to interact with Peter Parker.

"But I mean, Spider-Man definitely. I think that would be really really fun. I want it as much as everybody does, so we’ll see," D'onofrio said.

Of course, it's important to point out that a fourth Spider-Man film has not yet been announced. Nevertheless, we are hoping that Kingpin will eventually be brought back so he can finally face off against Peter Parker in the future. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.


All episodes of Hawkeye are still streaming on Disney+.

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