A brand new fan art poster imagines what Matt Murdock/Daredevil played by Charlie Cox will look like if he joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Matt Murdock comes to the MCU through a Daredevil season 4 fan poster. In 2015, Marvel TV and Netflix started their own series of TV shows starting with the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen, who was brilliantly played by Charlie Cox. It ran for three seasons, but in 2018, it was abruptly canceled for reasons that are still unclear. Years after, the show remains to be a favorite, with fans still pushing for a potential renewal, and a new one-sheet imagines what that could look like.
Admittedly, the much-lauded Daredevil season 3 finale could function as a satisfying series ending. Still, given the show’s impressive storytelling made better by the cast’s performances, many were looking forward to more adventures with Murdock. The showrunners even revealed that they have a whole fourth season planned out after the positive reception to its most recent outing. Unfortunately, despite all its accomplishments, it still wasn’t spared from Netflix and Marvel’s cancellation spree, which pulled the plug on every single show on their catalog.
Years later, the campaign for Daredevil season 4 to be greenlit continues with fans consistently keeping it alive on social media. In relation to that, digital creator, Nuno Sarnadas came up with a proposed poster of the much-clamored next chapter of Murdock’s adventures, this time in the MCU. Check out the image below:
And apologies for intruding again, but to show my appreciation for ‘Daredevil’ I made this concept poster for a new season on Disney+! I really hope we can have it soon, hopefully with you at the helm again for a ‘born again’ Matt Murdock! pic.twitter.com/KXnQH77pzS
— Nuno Sarnadas (@nunosarnadas) April 4, 2021
Aside from the general idea pitched in the fan poster, the most interesting detail in the illustration is the Avengers tower. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ base has not been the old Stark Tower in New York City; at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, they moved to upstate, with Tony Stark converting an old Stark facility to a bigger headquarters. It continued to be the case until Avengers: Endgame‘s final battle, where 2014 Thanos ambushed the heroes and more likely leveled the property. At this point, it’s unknown where the Avengers base is, while the aforementioned skyscraper in New York also has new owners many believe to be the Fantastic Four. Regardless, this one-sheet can still work if it’s revealed that Daredevil exists in a different universe wherein the Avengers are still occupants of said building.
It’s difficult to gauge what the chances really are of Daredevil season 4 coming to fruition now that Marvel Studios can finally use the character again. That said, rumors have been persistent that Cox will reprise his role as the blind lawyer in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is confirmed to tackle the multiverse. Assuming that this is the case, it will be interesting how this could all be worked out in the context of the franchise’s overall storytelling. But considering how great the actor was in that role, fans will be thrilled to see him play it again in any capacity.
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