Daredevil star Charlie Cox thinks that the Man Without Fear would be better R-Rated, but that Marvel will make it work whatever happens.
Daredevil star Charlie Fox has teased his MCU return, explaining that he couldn't say much, but "I know there will be something else.”
Andrew Garfield and Charlie Cox once met for lunch during production of Spider-Man: No Way Home... but both faced the wall to avoid giving away spoilers.
Daredevil star Charlie Cox think he'll cross paths with the classic Marvel villain Kingpin once again in the MCU.
Charlie Cox's forearm may or may not have been in that Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer after all.
Spider-Man: No Way Home's trailer answered some questions, and started way more theories.
Maybe a Daredevil appearance in Spider-Man 3 isn’t farfetched after all.
Could the actor have traded his red specs for Clark Kent glasses?
The rumor mill -- OK, more specifically, filmmaker and fanboy Kevin Smith -- claims that Daredevil may pop up in the forthcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home. But Charlie Cox, the actor who played Daredevil on the MCU Netflix series as well as The Defenders, said if the character is in the film it won't be played by him.
Sony's Spider-Man could really use Charlie Cox's Daredevil, here's why.
The Man Without Fear and the God of Mischief swapped horns for the holiday.
If you think your Halloween costume was cool, wait until you see what Marvel alums Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox chose for their get-ups. The actors are currently appearing together on Broadway in the play Betrayal, and last night when they went to meet fans by the door, they dressed up in their Halloween costumes. What did they choose, you ask? Well Marvel characters of course. But with a twist! Hiddleston dressed up as Daredevil, the character Cox played for three seasons on the Marvel Netflix series Daredevil, and Cox donned a massive helmet to fill the role of …
MCU stars Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox swapped Marvel costumes for Halloween, with the former dressing as Daredevil and the latter as Loki.
Directed by James Marsh and written by Joe Penhall, the crime drama King of Thieves is based on the real-life story about a crew of retired crooks in their 70s who pull off a major heist in London’s jewelry district. What starts off as a seemingly easy smash-and-grab turns into a nightmare when greed gets the better of them. The film stars Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Tom Courtenay, Paul Whitehouse, Michael Gambon, Ray Winstone and Charlie Cox. During this 1-on-1 interview with Collider, actor Charlie Cox (who plays Basil, the youngest and most mysterious …