Exclusive: Charlie Cox Scene In Spider-Man: No Way Home Revealed

We've exclusively learned what happens in Charlie Cox's Spider-Man: No Way Home scene.

By Faith McKay | Published

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Spider-Man: No Way Home releases in less than two months. With the date so near, the Marvel movie has finalized its scenes and is ready for audiences. Thanks to some information from one of our trusted and proven inside sources, we’ve learned what happens in Charlie Cox’s scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Charlie Cox is the actor known for playing the hero Daredevil. When he isn’t on the streets fighting for justice, he is in the courtroom as a lawyer named Matt Murdock. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, he will be appearing as Peter Parker’s lawyer. In his scene, Matt Murdock tells Peter Parker that he is legally in the clear, however, Happy may still have some legal trouble ahead of him. Peter Parker then tells Matt that he is a good lawyer. It’s at this moment that a brick is thrown at the pair. Using his Daredevil reflexes, Matt Murdock reaches out and catches it. Then he says, “I’m a VERY good lawyer.”

This is a great moment for Charlie Cox’s character, particularly since it combines his abilities as an agile hero with his skills as a lawyer. By saying that he’s a great lawyer at this moment, it points out that the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe really need a lawyer who understands the unique situation the heroes are in with the letter of the law. Hopefully, this will set the stage for many more appearances for Matt Murdock in Marvel’s future.

The trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home shows Tom Holland’s Peter Parker facing some serious legal trouble. We were able to learn that Charlie Cox is in the movie and has this great scene showing off his skills as Matt Murdock. However, we were unable to learn how far into the movie it is that this scene happens. Based on what we see in the trailer, it’s unknown if this happens near the beginning, however, the trailer suggests it could be more toward the end.

In the trailer, Tom Holland is seen handcuffed to a table in what appears to be a police station, he explains, “Listen, I didn’t kill Mysterio, the drones did.” The police officer then responds, “The drones that are yours?”. His friends and family are then brought in for questioning. He is undoubtedly in legal trouble. This legal trouble could be fixed up for Peter Parker before he visits Doctor Strange and breaks the Multiverse, but it’s just as likely that it happens after. As mentioned above, the Charlie Cox scene establishes that Happy Hogan is still in trouble. Played by Jon Favreau, his character is seen in the trailer in some serious trouble. The below screenshots show quick images that flash by where his home appears to be searched and then laser pointers are focused on him in his car.

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As detailed above, Charlie Cox has a great scene as Matt Murdock helping Peter Parker. We don’t know if that’s his only scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Will he be able to help Happy Hogan out by the end? With Peter Parker busy cleaning up a huge mess, it seems like Happy may be having a rough time of it in No Way Home. Hopefully, we’ll see a second Charlie Cox scene, where Matt Murdock helps him out as well.

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