‘Echo’: The filming of the spin-off of ‘Hawkeye’ has begun. Will Daredevil show up?
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Alaqua Cox, the actress who played Maya López in ‘Hawk’s Eye’, has confirmed that the filming of ‘Echo’, the spin-off focused on his characterhas already started.
The interpreter announced it with a photo on Instagram Stories where she showed a bouquet of flowers that actor Devery Jacobs (‘Reservation Dogs’) had sent her. wishing you a good first day of shooting in the Disney+ series. In the post, shared on April 20, Cox specified that filming would begin the next day, that is, Thursday, April 21.
Disney+ ‘ECHO’ begins filming tomorrow
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? Cosmic Marvel (@cosmic_marvel) April 20, 2022
On the card that accompanied the bouquet, Jacobs wrote the following message: “Have a great first day of shooting! Break your leg, bruise your knee and soak it all up! You’re making history. I wish I could be there to kick off, but I know I’m in the spirit. See you soon!” “.
From the actor’s words, it is speculated that he could also be part of the cast of ‘Echo’Although there is nothing confirmed about it.
A milestone in Marvel
Alaqua Cox, who is deaf in real life, becomes with ‘Echo’ the first deaf and Native American female lead in a Marvel Studios production, whose Phase 4 has greatly increased the diversity in its cinematic universe. Last year, another real-life deaf actress, Lauren Ridloff, played Makkari, one of the members of the ‘Eternals’.
But who else will we see apart from Maya Lopez in ‘Echo’? As we saw in ‘Hawkeye’, and from what we know of the comics, her story is strongly linked to that of Wilson Fisk and, by extension, to Matt Murdock, so it is believed that we will see Vincent D’Onofrio again as Kingpin in the spin-off, and hopefully, it will be dropped as well Charlie Cox as Daredevilafter his notorious return in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, and waiting for Disney + to be encouraged to continue his solo series.
For the rest, we know little about ‘Echo’, beyond the fact that, as confirmed by Kevin Feige (via CBR), the series will begin immediately after the events of ‘Hawkeye’.