What does Charlie Cox Has To Say
Daredevil star Charlie Cox doesn’t comprehend what’s in store for the unexpectedly dropped Netflix-Marvel series or his visually impaired lawyer cut vigilante Matt Murdock, however, says he would “still have more story to tell.”
“I’m kind of more in the dark about if that’s in any way possible for anyone else, if that show will have a future. I’m sure it will probably take a while to let go of a character that you’ve played for a long time,” Cox told AV Club.
“I still feel like I am that character right now. I don’t know. I guess it is what it is. It’s the uncertainty that kills you. [Laughs.] In a way, I think I just put that in the back of my mind, and I’m focused on other work right now, and we’ll see what happens, and if it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be.”
What’s The Fuss About
Netflix dropped the fan-loved series after three seasons in November following pulling-plug on The Defenders, Iron Fist and Luke Cage. Co-official producer Sam Ernst later detailed the choice, made exclusively by Netflix, proved so shocking that it “dazed” Marvel execs.
Marvel’s head of TV Jeph Loeb recently commented Marvel had thoughts for around three more seasons of Daredevil, but recognized such choices eventually lie with the “network” — Netflix — who have the ability to reestablish or drop, at their circumspection. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos later affirmed Loeb’s remarks when he noted Netflix’s Marvel shows are “for us to drop.”
Fans are presently bracing for the cancellation of The Punisher, which debuted its poorly reviewed season a week ago, and the yet-to-make a debut third period of Jessica Jones, the last two series birthed out of the Marvel-Netflix association.
Marvel owners Disney, who will before long dispatch its very own direct-to-buyers streaming service this year, are available to proceed a portion of the dropped Netflix series: Disney+ chairman Kevin Mayer said there have to be discussions encompassing the decision revive the “very-high quality” Netflix shows, but included such a film is “a plausibility.”
A later examination of the underlying Marvel-Netflix partnership uncovered a clause restricting characters having a place with the TV side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe from showing up somewhere else for a long time after cancellation, keeping Cox’s Murdock on the rack until at least November 2020.
Cox disclosed to CNET he hasn’t yet “rid” himself of Matt Murdock, who was most recently seen gathering himself and wanting to push ahead as a major aspect of an independent law firm with close partners Karen (Deborah Ann Woll) and Foggy (Elden Henson). At a convention appearance not long ago, Cox said he plans to proceed in the role and wants to one day team with Spider-Man (Tom Holland).