We talked about the disappointment of the cancellation of Netflix Daredevil and how it has affected the people behind the scenes, but now Charlie Cox addressed Entertainment Weekly about his feelings regarding the subject and the shock he felt over the news.
Over the past four years, Charlie Cox has been the face of the series as Matt Murdock / Daredevil. Just like Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark and Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen, Cox was charged with realism with a comic character that blended tragedy and tricks with comic tricks. Unfortunately, that ended when it became known that the first Marvel Netflix show was coming to an end.
"Many of us really expected them to continue, and I did," said Cox EW . "The truth is, I felt we had a lot of stories to tell, and although I understand that [the cancellation]I'm very sad about it."
Cox said he understands that this is nature From a shop where no show is really guaranteed, if the renewal does not occur, there is still a bittersweet effect, given his own emotional attachment to the character as well as those of the fans. "These characters mean a lot to people. It's strange to think there's a chance I'll never play Matt Murdock again. This is a bizarre feeling, because this figure has been such a big part of my life over the past four and a half years. "
Cox would say if he knows any insider information about the future of the characters we care about on the show. According to Deadline there was a statement from the powers that said, "We look forward to more adventures with the man without fear in the future."
You also made a statement saying that while the show is being canceled, it is still available on Netflix. "While the series on Netflix is over, the three existing squadrons will remain in use for many years, while the figure of Daredevil [1
Of course, that does not mean that if the character continues, Cox will play him, or that one of the existing actors, writers, etc., would come back. I have to say that the thought of anyone playing Fisk except Vincent D & # 39; Onofrio in the future does not even count. I'd like to see the idea of him appearing next to Baby Tom Holland, Thanos-damn it.
"It's so new, the news," said Cox. "It's pretty painful for a lot of people. I was really excited about the ideas that were talked about in the fourth season, and I think if I was speculating about it and it was on the internet, it might not be very helpful to people. Everything that I say is often picked up and spread and I just want to make sure that I do not give false hope. "
Cox realized that he would be utterly rude in being Murdock again:" Oh my God, yes […] I do not know how that would happen, but maybe one day we could pick up the baton and do it again.
(via EW Image: Barry Wetcher / Netflix)
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