Who Will Be The New Mentor For Spider-Man And What Fate For The Character In The Next MCU Movie?

MOVIE NEWS – Matt Mudock’s Daredevil is in the perfect position to become Spider-Man’s best mentor in the wake of No Way Home, according to a new MCU theory…



According to a new MCU theory, Daredevil could become the perfect mentor for Peter Parker in Spider-Man 4. With rumours and hopes still lingering that the upcoming Spidy movie will be more down-to-earth and take a more streetwise perspective, it would make sense for Spider-Man and Daredevil to team up. Especially after Matt Murdock served as Peter’s lawyer in No Way Home.

At the same time, Daredevil is also perfectly positioned to help Peter Parker with what could be one of the biggest challenges he’s ever faced.

As we’ve seen in previous MCU Spider-Man movies, other heroes like Iron Man, Doctor Strange, and even alternate Peter Parkers from other universes stand by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, offering support and guidance. To that end, Matt Murdock can become an influential mentor to the hero for a dark and fundamental reason. Here’s why Daredevil could be Spider-Man’s next MCU mentor and greatest ally yet.


The black symbiote suit would be perfect for Spider-Man 4 after No Home


As seen in the post-credits scene of Spider-Man: No Home, a piece of the symbiote remained in the primary MCU after Eddie Brock and Venom were sent back to Sony’s Marvel Universe. This is a significant hint that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker may soon get his own symbiote saga in the MCU. Provided she interacts with the symbiote and gains her iconic black outfit from the original comics.

Thus, the comic book origin of Venom on the screen would be practically reversed: instead of Spider-Man getting the symbiote before Eddie Brock, it would now be the other way around.

It is conceivable that the black-taunting Spider-Man in the MCU could be much more violent, as was seen in the comics. After all, the increasing brutality of the symbiote is what convinced Peter Parker to finally leave the symbiote, which gradually began to corrupt his typically heroic (and non-lethal) demeanour. As such, a darker arc motivated by a new black symbiote suit makes all sorts of sense in Spider-Man 4. Especially considering everything that happened to Parker in No Way Home.



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The fourth film will probably be darker and down-to-earth


In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Mysterio introduced Peter Parker to the world. This resulted in an incredibly divisive public opinion about him. This was only made worse by the MCU’s J. Jonah Jameson, who constantly painted him as a threat and danger to New York City. Likewise, this meant that Peter’s friends and family were also involved.

Likewise, the multiverse turmoil caused by Doctor Strange’s magic, which Spider-Man accidentally broke, resulted in the Green Goblin killing Peter May’s aunt, which left him with a fierce desire for revenge.

Although he almost succeeded in killing the Green Goblin, Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man intervened. So Holland’s character could calm down and use a new spell to send all the villains home to his own universe. And with a spell that made the whole world forget Peter (including his loved ones). As such, this has led to Peter Parker now being left alone in New York as a lone justice.

Since another hero had to step in, it could also be said that the MCU’s Peter Parker still has some inherent darkness to overcome in the future.

Thus, the end of No Way Home nicely prepares the ground for a darker, more down-to-earth Spider-Man 4 story, where a new black symbiote outfit may enhance Peter’s darkness.


Daredevil can help Peter overcome his inner darkness


The idea of Street Spider-Man 4 is very exciting. Especially when Spider-Man clashes with Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin, and his upcoming campaign for mayor of New York. If this is indeed happening, teaming up with Matt Murdock’s Daredevil makes more than sense.

At the same time, Daredevil is also ideally suited to help Spider-Man face the still-present darkness that threatens to overwhelm him.

Matt Murdock has his own experiences of struggling with the darkness within and the desire to cross boundaries that should never be crossed. To that end, much of the symbolic journey seen in Daredevil Season 3 takes place with Daredevil accidentally wearing his original black outfit. Not the more tried-and-true red dress and deer mask. To that end, if anyone can help the MCU’s Spider-Man get through this potential period of loss and growing darkness, it’s Daredevil.

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