Marvel Cinematic Universe is packed with interesting heroes and villains, but sometimes fans just want their favorite characters from other studios to appear in the MCU. So, which one of them did best?
'Spider-Man: No Way Home' really made the multiverse concept work, with a slew of famous characters from Sam Raimi's trilogy and Sony's own Spider-Man franchise making their MCU debuts. Fans were thrilled to see Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield return to their superhero roles, so Feige's decision to repeat the same trick in 'Doctor Strange 2' was also quite successful. Thus, the MCU has now become home to a number of Marvel superheroes and supervillains who have been featured in other films and series previously detached from Disney continuity.
Since so many new characters finally have become a part of the MCU canon, fans were asked which one was their favorite, with John Krasinski's Mr. Fantastic, Patrick Stewart's Charles Xavier, and both Spider-Men being mentioned as possible winners. The character fans were most excited about, however, turned out to be a complete surprise.
The latest 'Spider-Man' movie canonized not only the aforementioned characters, but also one particular Netflixverse favorite, Charlie Cox's Daredevil. And given that his canceled show is one of the best adult takes on superheroes in history, fan excitement about his appearance in the MCU is quite understandable.