While we discuss the Jon Bernthal hidden cameo that you may have previously heard about or missed, be aware that there will be huge Spider-Man: No Way Home spoilers. So hang on to the journey because it’s going to get as perplexing as The Multiverse.
When Marvel unveiled the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, we noticed a few things, one of which was Charlie Cox in the film, seated and suddenly catching something, and then Peter Parker, portrayed by Tom Holland, commenting on his excellent reflexes, and Charlie Cox stating he is only a lawyer.
This was not only a minor trivia fact; it was big news, and it opened up a whole new world of possible scenarios. It was evident that Netflix shows like Daredevil, Jessica Jones or even Iron Fist, The Punisher, Luke Cage, The Defenders, Iron Fist, and The Punisher may be returning, so why were they cancelled at all when things were going well for them?
Let’s suppose Disney has the copyright to those, and when Disney concluded that they didn’t want to give the rights to anybody but wanted to manufacture and sell it on their platform, many programs were terminated, and Marvel owns part of the rights as well, so they are tied in that way.
Then, just as Spider-Man: No Way Home was set to hit theaters, Kevin Feige, the most well-known and well-known Marvel movie producer, stepped in. Yes, Charlie Cox is in the cast and will portray Daredevil, but the moment for this is yet unknown. Kevin Feige delivered the greatest bombshell when the premiere was still on track. But why is that?
This has just increased the chances of seeing all of the performers in their shows, but no one understands when that will occur. However, Marvel already has Undisclosed projects under their belt, so we could hear more from them later. The major takeaway is that this paves the way for more Defenders characters.