Daredevil's Charlie Cox Is Contractually Obligated To Do Marvel Movies If They Ask
09/06/2017 01:08 pm EDT
Fans have had fun speculating as to whether we'll see any of the Defenders characters from Marvel's Netflix series come to the big screen -- and while we don't have an answer yet, we do now know that it's very possible.
According to series star Charlie Cox, he's contractually obligated to head over to the Marvel movieverse if they decide they want him there.
"It'd be great," Cox told Close-Up Film when asked about the possibility of crossing over with other shows and films. "I've read Civil War now, I've read The New Avengers, I know he's in there but I think I missed the boat on Civil War because they're filming that. I don't know, Marvel have not mentioned that to me at all. It's in my contract that if they want me to do it, I'm there, and I would love that. That would be an extension of the dream, but I'm a pretty happy customer at this point, to get to do the series again. And I get to do The Defenders at some point."
The second season of Daredevil is coming to Netflix next spring.
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