While several months have passed since Spider-Man: No Way Home was finally released in theaters, there are still many secrets from the film to behold. For example, a new cut scene has leaked online which actually contains more footage from Daredevil, aka Matt Murdock, as played by Charlie Cox. The character made a surprise cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but as it turns out, there was initially going to be even more Daredevil footage.
You can see the clip below, which is unfortunately very short. The clip only lasts a handful of seconds, but it does show Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock sitting beside Happy Hogan as played by Jon Favreau. The footage is accompanied with the following voiceover, believed by many to belong to Jon Favreau, which goes as follows:
“One of the reasons I like working with Jon Watts so much is because-“
As you can see below:
matt murdock and happy’s deleted scene in hd i may start crying any second pic.twitter.com/BDZZCMorSb
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It seems more than likely that this footage stems from one of the featurettes that will be released alongside the film’s home video debut. What’s more, on a list of deleted scenes which you can see below, there’s one scene titled “Happy’s Very Good Lawyer.” It seems more than likely the scene that was teased in the above video. As such, fans can expect to see more Daredevil in the upcoming home video release of Spider-Man: No Way Home. For fans that can’t get enough of that particular superhero, this is excellent news.
Here’s the list of deleted scenes and other bonus materials:
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It’s expected that Charlie Cox will be making many more appearances as Matt Murdock aka Daredevil in the MCU going forward, so for those unhappy about his additional Spider-Man: No Way Home scenes being cut, there will still be plenty more content to enjoy soon. In the meantime, the physical release of the latest Spider-Man film should hold fans over.
Fans will be able to view Spider-Man: No Way Home digitally on March 22, 2022. The physical release which includes 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD copies of the film, will be released on April 12, 2022.