Marvel Studios will regain Daredevil’s rights in 6 months

By Stephen Ippolito | June 1st, 2020

When Netflix canceled their hit Marvel show Daredevil right after the third season, many fans were outraged. The reasons behind its cancellation is a little complicated. Some have reported Marvel and Netflix couldn’t agree on an episode total for season 4. Others think it had something to do with Disney’s upcoming launch of its own streaming service, Disney+.

After the show’s cancellation, many thought the man with no fear would immediately be able to be used by Marvel Studios in a film or series on Disney+. However, due to a contract between the two companies, Daredevil could not be used in any Disney properties for 2 years if it were to be canceled. So the earliest he could show up would be January 1st, 2021.

Over the weekend, the Save Daredevil Instagram reminded fans that it was only 6 months until 2021. Recently there has been several rumors on what Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has in store with the character.

One of those rumors is that Charlie Cox would return to reprise his role as Matt Murdock (aka: Daredevil). He would then appear in the third Spider-Man film with Tom Holland, that’s set to be released in November 2021. However, in a recent interview with Comic, Cox himself denied this.

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