Kingpin Reportedly Returning In Both MCU And Sony Projects
itemprop=”headline name”>Kingpin Reportedly Returning In Both MCU And Sony Projects
Jul 17, 2021 10:02 am2021-07-17T10:02:50-05:00
If we’re to take the rampant speculation at face value,in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The actor has been linked with the web-slinging threequel for years, long before the multiverse was revealed to be in play, and there’s since been additional talk that he’s also on board for Disney Plus series She-Hulk.
Should Cox make his grand return to the canonical timeline, then fans will be crossing their fingers that Vincent D’Onofrio’swon’t be too far behind. After all, the two onscreen arch-enemies struck up a phenomenal combination of chemistry and rapport on Netflix, and it wouldn’t be hyperbolic to call the streaming service’s Wilson Fisk one of the best-ever Marvel villains we’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting.
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Like Cox, D’Onofrio has been heavily linked with a comeback,. We’ve now heard from our sources – – that Kingpin is wanted for both Sony and Marvel projects.
According to our information,, which will in turn lead to big screen appearances. However, Kingpin is also reportedly being eyed for the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters. Interestingly, Sony still hold the movie rights to the character, while Marvel Studios control his small screen outings, so another deal may need to be reached should both parties end up getting their own way, with another comic book icon being added to their sharing scheme.