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Spider-Man: No Way Home changed the scene in which Daredevil appeared

Spider-Man: No Way Home changed the scene in which Daredevil appeared

Charlie Cox appears in Spider-Man: There is no room for home Like Matt Murdock (or reckless) It’s no secret at this point, because it’s been confirmed The character returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe To resume his way but this time related to the story we all know and not independently from it defenders on Netflix. Although the scene in which Cox appears is rather short and very simple, it appears that he has gone through some changes.

As mentioned Kelly Harborsound effects artist to Crew runnerIn the sequence where we see Daredevil holding a brick that was thrown at Peter Parker through the window, the object that Cox’s character is holding is modified. Originally, it was a snowballan almost imperceptible detail but can actually be seen by the way Holland and Cox put their (more spherical) hands.

“Here, with Murdock holding the bricks, it wasn’t originally a brick, it was a snowball. This is one of those creative decisions that came after the fact.”

little change

It’s a fairly minor change that doesn’t affect the movie much, because it didn’t matter much that instead of bricks, as we saw in the last movie, it was a snowball that Cox picked up to save Peter Parker. But it’s a strange detail Enhances accuracy for producers, designers, and managers In general for a feature film with Spider-Man: There is no room for home.

At the moment, we don’t know what will be the fate of Charlie Cox within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he has Guaranteed future in the house of ideas. It would be best to start from the point where he left off. There is no place for homeBut Kevin Fig He didn’t talk about it.

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