There have long been rumors that Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock could appear in December Spider-Man: No way home, but he is not the only one vovehals star who has been said to be on his way to the correct MCU in recent weeks.
Not long before, Marvel Studios had debuted the first trailer for its Disney + series Hawkeye than speculation began to run rampant about the possibility that Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fish turns out to be the show’s big bad – or Kingpin, if you will.
It’s obviously unconfirmed at the moment, and D’Onofrio himself did not give anything away when he recently spoke to Screen Rant, although he said he would “jump at the chance” of returning as Kingpin and that “I just have to asked ”.
“I take that as a compliment,” D’Onofrio said when asked about fan hopes of his return as the Marvel villain. “I really want to play that character again. I love that character. I just have to wait for Marvel to ask me. I think it’s very clear that I would and the fans know I would jump at the chance to play again. I just need to be asked. ”
D’Onofrio continued to praise the writing team at Daredevil for their work on the character, stating: “With Wilson Fish, there are no performances of me I did that were not written first. It was just amazing [work] of all the writers who did every season. They were all great in their own way. I have never touched these scripts. I never changed the dialogue; I have never asked to change the dialogue. It was there all along – and it’s rare. Especially in the first and third seasons, I would look forward to opening the script and reading it. ”
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