New Echo Rumor Reveals Daredevil’s Role And Costume Details

A new rumor on Marvel’s Echo series reveals how many episodes Charlie Cox will appear in as Daredevil and teases his new mission and costume.

A new rumor about the next Echo The series on Disney+ details just how involved Daredevil will be in the series.

The rumor comes from The Weekly Planet and explains how many episodes of Echo will star Charlie Cox as Matt Murdoch and his superhero alter ego. Plus, it looks like he’ll have a stylish new costume, an intriguing mission, and an old enemy to face. “Daredevil is there for three episodes, just like in Charlie Cox,” host James Clement said. “Kingpin, Vinnie D’Onofrio is in four. Kingpin’s story builds until he runs for mayor of New York. Apparently he’s going to wear an eye patch because he received a bullet in the head Hawk Eye… Daredevil is also going to wear a red and black costume and is looking for Jessica Jones.”


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Will Daredevil be in the Echo series?

While the rumor should be taken with a grain of salt, this isn’t the first time Cox has been involved in the Hawk Eye a spin-off series has been rumored. Long before Cox returned as Matt Murdoch in Spider-Man: No Coming Homehe was supposed to come back to play Daredevil for Echo. In the comics, Maya Lopez and Daredevil are deeply involved, so that makes sense. The show’s costume designer even blurted out that Daredevil and Kingpin would be involved, so this aspect seems close to a safe bet.

As for the costume, Daredevil has frequently rocked an all-red ensemble in the comics, though it has varied over the years. A red and black number is reminiscent of Netflix’s Cox costume daredevil series, but it’s unclear if it will be the same or updated now that Marvel is set to reboot – or continue – the series.

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The most intriguing part of the rumor is the involvement of Jessica Jones. While she’s not guaranteed to appear if Daredevil is simply looking for her, fans were hoping to see Krysten Ritter return as Jessica Jones in the MCU. Oddly enough, Disney+ changed the Jessica Jones title card recently, which could signal its own reboot. Maybe Echo will not only serve to continue the role of the main character and that of Kingpin of Hawk Eye but also relaunch Daredevil and Jessica Jones in the MCU proper.

Echo does not yet have a release date on Disney+.

Source: The Planet Weekly, via The Direct

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