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Daredevil’s Deleted Scene In NWH Revealed In Latest Short Clip

Marvel Studios’ latest film, NWH, was a huge hit. The movie quickly rose to the status of one of the most financially successful films of all time. It was a rewatch that lasted for a long time, with fans savoring every moment of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Even so, audiences can now enjoy the film in the privacy of their own homes after its theatrical run ended.

As of this writing, the film is available for purchase on digital marketplaces around the world. There appears to be a glaring absence from its online release: special features.

It looks like fans will have to wait until the Blu-ray release on April 12 to watch it at home. However, thanks to the power of social media, a brief new clip has surfaced. This post teases a rumored deleted scene starring Charlie Cox as Daredevil.

Tipped Off To The Deleted Scene Of Daredevil

Daredevil and Spider-Man

A short clip of Charlie Cox’s cameo as Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil, has appeared online from the (still unreleased) bonus features of NWH via Twitter user @1989sliv.

Peter’s case appears to be the only topic of conversation between Cox and Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan in the three-second clip. A scene that was cut from the final version of the film can be seen working behind them.

Happy Has a Good Lawyer

Happy Hogan

Before the release of NWH, Charlie Cox was rumored to appear in the film. It was only for a brief scene, and only with his Matt Murdock persona, when it was finally shown to the public.

With this new three-second clip, many will be eager to see what else is in store for them when they get their hands on special features. Cox and Favreau’s long-awaited extended scene should be worth the wait, hopefully.

Many fans are hoping that the final special features will include courtroom scenes that were speculated to have been filmed. Deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes footage of Maguire and Garfield are sure to excite fans even further. Some of the new features will feel like NWH 1.5 to fans around the world.