It has already been confirmed that the upcoming Netflix TV series Marvel's Daredevil is a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but while we wait for the series to debut on April 10, many fans are wondering if the show and its characters will eventually cross over to the big screen. Series star Charlie Cox revealed back in February that he wouldn't turn down the chance to appear in the first Phase Three movie, Captain America: Civil War, which starts shooting this month. During a new interview with IGN, Charlie Cox teased that he has been reading the Civil War comic books, but he hasn't been officially asked to join the cast quite yet.
"I've been reading Civil War - and Daredevil does appear in that. And look - again, just to clarify - I have not been called about that. I haven't been invited to that party! But it would be very very cool. Just to be in the background, saying cool stuff every now and then. It would be cool to be with all those guys."
Captain America: Civil War is also believed to feature the first appearance of the new Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, although that has yet to be confirmed. Captain America: Civil War centers on both Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) who become divided over the Superhero Registration Act, where anyone with super powers must register themselves with the government, to become a part of an international police force. The comic features a number of iconic Marvel characters, and since production has not yet started, Marvel could surely unveil a number of surprise appearances from iconic comic book characters, but we'll have to wait and see. When asked who he would like Daredevil to team up with in Captain America: Civil War, should he join the cast, Charlie Cox said he would like to fight alongside Black Widow, although it might be awkward.
"Black Widow's an ex-girlfriend of Matt's. So...that would be awkward."