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After a year of set delays, moviegoers are thrilled that so many highly anticipated projects are currently coming together. This includes Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is set to arrive in just a few months this coming December. There are countless rumors about the threequel currently circulating online, but one about Daredevil’s inclusion just got shut down by one of the actors involved.
Marvel fans are hoping that Daredevil might finally appear on the big screen for Spider-Man: No Way Home, possibly serving as Peter Parker’s lawyer. Another theory indicates that past Spider-Man and supporting casts might appear as MCU’s multiverse is ripped home. Some fans thought these theories got more validity when actress Kirsten Dunst was photographed with a masked woman that resembled Daredevil actress Deborah Ann Woll. That is, until Woll herself shut down these rumors, replying on Twitter with a frank message:
That’s not me.
Well, there you have it. It looks like it wasn’t Deborah Ann Woll who was photographed with Kirsten Dunst recently. As such, the idea of her character Karen appearing in Spider-Man: No Way Home feels less likely. But does that mean Charlie Cox’s Daredevil is also out of the question?
What’s made clear from the online discourse, as well as Deborah Ann Woll’s response on Twitter, is that fans are kind of going crazy theorizing about what might be present in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Tom Holland’s third solo movie is just months away, and there’s been no information confirmed or footage released. As such, more wild rumors are sure to circulate online.
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The rumors about Spider-Man: No Way Home began almost immediately after Far From Home hit theaters back in 2019. When Mysterio revealed Peter Parker’s true identity and framed him for murder in the mid-credits scene, fans immediately thought that he might need a good lawyer. So why not let Charlie Cox and other Daredevil characters finally make their way to the big screen?
Kirsten Dunst comes into the equation because of another major Spider-Man: No Way Home theory; namely that Peter Parker and Doctor Strange will be dealing with the chaos of the multiverse. This could allow for Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield to reprise their roles as Spider-Man alongside supporting actors aka Dunst's Mary Jane Watson. The theory has been shut down by the likes of Holland and Garfield, but fans are holding out hope.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently expected to arrive in theaters on December 17th. In the meantime, check out the 2021 movie release dates to plan your next movie experience.