Among the many things that MCU fans wanted from Disney + shows, the actors brought back from a short time Play Marvel Netflix at the top of the list. This month, these fans definitely got their wish: Not only that Charlie Cox The role of Daredevil is set to return in the near future, his archenemy Wilson Fisk has already appeared in hook It causes problems for Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and Kate Bishop (Hailey Steinfeld).
D’Onofrio was told of his comeback at the beginning of the year, and keeping the news secret was difficult. He and Cox have been friends ever since reckless Cancellation, but “Marvel stuff,” as D’Onofrio called it, is something the two avoided discussing during their phone calls. “We are aware of all the intricacies of revealing things and things like that and what we are contracted to say and not say.” But as soon as Cox’s news came out, the two actors immediately talked about it, and D’Onofrio didn’t repeat the assertion once via hook since when. “But when they showed the screenshot of Kingpin’s phone, I immediately called Charlie and we had else Two hour conversation. So we’re friends and we talk about these things, but we do it very carefully and in an appropriate way.”
While Netflix shows can’t really acknowledge the MCU, it hasn’t stopped fans from trying to see if these shows still fit into the movie canon. For his part, D’Onofrio considers it “definitely a continuation” and is a cure Couples as one. “Some dots can’t be connected but most are easy to connect. Kingpin has lost his city a bit,” he explained. “Not quite, but he has lost part of his kingdom… He wants to get his city back, he considers it his own.” The only real tangible difference between the two seems to be physical in that this Fisk is stronger and can (and quite a lot) do more damage.
So far, preparations have been good for Fisk’s return, and it was clear that fans were excited about the return of such a key player to cause trouble for the New York champions. and then hook The ending fell out and surprised many fans.
The “big guy” Clint didn’t want his attention was revealed, and Fisk has kept Kate’s mother Eleanor (Vera Farmiga) under his thumb for years. When Eleanor decided to back off the crime game, he decided it was best to kill both Bishops and Barton and go back to staying out of sight. After being hit by Kate and a slew of her bluffing arrows, Fisk quietly tries to get out, only to be cornered by his ward, Maya Lopez (Alcoa Cox). Angry at him for orchestrating her father’s death, Maya points her gun at Fisk, two shots fired when the camera goes off.
Many fans originally assumed this meant the abrupt end of Wilson Fisk, but D’Onofrio often talks as if he still has a future in the MCU, saying he hopes to make a comeback and will continue to root the character’s actions in his abusive childhood. He said, “Every encounter he has, every emotion he shows, comes through the events and pains of his childhood.” “The thing that will continue to solidify is that it is emotionally grounded…You can do anything you want with it, but my inner self is a child and a monster.”
Moreover, the confrontation between Fisk and Maya comes straight from the comics. in 2001 Daredevil #15, Maya reacts violently when she learns that Fisk killed her father and shot him in the eyes, making him blind. While Fisk eventually regained most of his sight thanks to reconstructive surgery, Maya left New York and went on to find herself. (Sounds like a solid idea For a secondary view, no?) When asked about Maya’s upcoming side events, D’Onofrio was naturally evasive, saying he’d be frustrated to do so if asked. “I remember comic jogging. It was one of my favourites, the father-daughter relationship between him and Maya… it would be great.”
So, yes, Fisk will almost certainly be back to make trouble for a growing number of costumed criminals in New York. But for now, he just needs to rest his eyes and really plan his next move.
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[via The Hollywood Reporter and Collider]
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