Warning: Spider-spoilers ahead.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” helped resuscitate the film industry from the crisis caused by the pandemic.
And it also helped bring back a fan-favorite character.
IGN uploaded the scene, part of a clip showing the first 10 minutes of the film ahead of the film’s digital release.
The scene features Charlie Cox as attorney Matt Murdock offering direct legal advice to Peter Parker (Tom Holland), Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau):
Cox portrayed Murdock and his alter-ego, Daredevil, in the Netflix series, which was canceled in 2018.
Although many returning characters were announced as part of the multiverse’s opening film, Cox’s cameo as Murdock was an unexpected bonus for most fans.
Daredevil himself doesn’t appear in “No Way Home,” but the recent Disney+ series “Hawkeye” featured his longtime nemesis, Kingpin. The villain was portrayed by Vincent D’Onofrio, who also played the character in the Netflix series.
It makes fans hope for more — something Cox said he’s open to.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” will be released on digital Tuesday and on DVD/Blu-Ray on April 12.
Netflix’s version of “Daredevil,” starring Cox and D’Onofrio, is moving to Disney+ this week along with several other Marvel titles.