Now that Charlie Cox know he will be suiting up for Netflix's Daredevil again he hopes at some point in the future he'll get to share the screen with Spider-Man.
Cox is a bit disappointed that his dear friend and handball competitor Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) won't be playing Spidey. Although, he won't let that deter his excitement for the possible team up. He even has a friend Spidey-Daredevil comic story arc.
"There is a wonderful episode - issue of the comic - where Matt Murdock has to defend Daredevil - cause the public don't know - so he has Peter Parker put on his Daredevil costume so he can sit in the dock," Cox told MTV.
Cox is referring to Daredevil Vol. 2, #25 (Dec. 2001), written by Bob Gale. Daredevil is being sued by Samuel Griggs for damage of property, but there is one tiny issue: Matt Murdock has been hired by Griggs and Matt didn't do it. The lawsuit is declared a mistrail when multiple men come forth claiming to be the Man Without Fear.
Listen to Charlie Cox's comments in the video below.
A second season of Netflix's Daredevil will arrive in 2016!