Marvel Studios has traditionally drawn a line between its Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films and the Marvel productions that spawned on Netflix, but the two universes are reportedly coming together. This is according to a report shared by pop culture outlet That Hashtag Show today, which claims that MCU overlord Kevin Feige has agreed to introduce fan favorites Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio), The Punisher (John Bernthal), and Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) into future Marvel films and Disney+ shows. Luke Cage and Iron Fist are also expected to make experiences, but those roles are supposedly being recast due to their shows’ lukewarm reception.
#Marvel plans to bring back #Daredevil, #JessicaJones, and more MCU characters from Netflix. Who do you want to see in future phases?https://t.co/i1K7J5rjg4— That Hashtag Show (Official) (@ThatHashtagShow) April 21, 2021
[…] the caveat here will be that their time and experiences on the Netflix shows will not be directly referenced. […] Expect Phase 4 and 5 to sprinkle in these appearances throughout the movies and Disney+ shows. From what I’ve heard, Charlie Cox is being brought in for a cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Jon Bernthal and Krysten Ritter will appear in a Disney+ series, and D’Onofrio is set to appear in the upcoming Echo series, although he may also appear in Hawkeye in a limited capacity, most likely a cameo at best.
Source: The Hashtag Show