Marvel Studios Will Be Able To Bring Netflix’s Daredevil Into The MCU This November

It’s been revealed that Marvel Studios can bring Netflix’s Daredevil into the MCU from November which means we might get to see Charlie Cox in the MCU.

Before this was revealed, there were rumours that Charlie Cox’s Daredevil might turn up in Spider-Man 3.

It was reported that Cox would play Matt Murdock in the movie and act as Peter Parker’s lawyer.

It wasn’t revealed whether he’d actually be Daredevil in the movie, but fans would know who he really is.

Anyway, it’s now been revealed via Jeremy Conrad on Twitter that Marvel can officially use Daredevil in the MCU from November onwards.

This means that Murdock could actually be coming to the MCU pretty soon.

Hopefully, we’ll get through this COVID-19 situation we have going on right now.

That would mean things could go back to some kind of normality.

This would then allow Marvel Studios to get back to work.

They could also get Murdock in the MCU as soon as possible.

Daredevil could be coming to the MCU pretty soon

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Here’s what Conrad wrote on Twitter in full regarding Daredevil coming to the MCU:

Marvel can’t *officially* use certain characters until November of this year. #SpiderMan 3’s filming is currently delayed with no word on when it’ll start or if it’ll be able to make the July 2021 date. What if they don’t start filming it until the fall and into November?

I for one would love to see Daredevil finally come to the MCU.

I think a Spider-Man movie would be the perfect way to introduce him.

He’d be an excellent lawyer for Peter.

Also, given the fact he doesn’t have much money and Murdock tends to do a lot of work pro-bono, it kind of makes sense the two would meet.

They’ve met multiple times in the comics and I’d love to see Tom Holland and Charlie Cox act alongside one another.

What do you guys think?

Would you like to see Daredevil come to the MCU finally?

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