Charlie Cox Reveals Deleted Daredevil Easter Egg From Spider-Man: No Way Home

Charlie Cox has revealed that Spider-Man: No Way Home had a deleted Easter Egg, and here’s what it involved.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home didn’t give Matt Murdock a whole lot to do. In fact, he didn’t even get to suit up, instead just appearing for 1 quick scene before he was gone for the rest of the film.

But make no mistake about it, Charlie Cox will soon be back as the Man Without Fear and in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actor opened up on his electrifying cameo and what the future may hold for Daredevil. Not only that, but he also revealed that No Way Home snuck in a little Easter Egg that was ultimately deleted.

If you’ll recall, Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan appears in the same scene as Murdock and as Marvel fans will know, Favreau played Foggy Nelson in the 2003 Daredevil film. Which is something they were going to reference.

“I don’t think they used it, but we added a little Easter egg where he goes, ‘Yeah, I’m a little foggy on how that happened’ or something,” Cox said. “That was a cool moment for me to meet him and chat about all that stuff.”

Where Charlie Cox will turn up in the MCU next remains unclear, but now that Spider-Man: No Way Home has officially brought him into the fold, you can expect big things for him to come.

Source: THR

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