Considering the way that Spider-Man: Far From Home ended - Spider-Man having his secret identity of Peter Parker revealed to the world - incorporating both Kraven's hunting and Murdock's lawyering is a ideal fit.
On the most recent episode of Kevin Smith's Fatman Beyond podcast, Clerks director Kevin Smith stated that he's heard from sources that Charlie Cox's Matthew Murdock/Daredevil from the hit Netflix series is set to make his cinematic debut in next summer's Spider-Man film. All three of them worked on the previous two movies in the saga, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home; having crushed it with the first two installments, they've all come back to the franchise to help make sure fans line up for Spidey's next butt-kicking, crime fighting adventure as well.
"I heard another piece of good f***** news. That's been the rumor online and they say that's like the one that like Marvel's like, 'god damn it how did that get out?"
This would, for a wide variety of reasons, but a huge deal.
Would you like to see Charlie Cox's Daredevil show up in the wall-crawler's next film? Even if he doesn't suit up as the Man Without Fear. Matt Murdock is, after all, a highly skilled lawyer, and that's something Peter Parker could use right now.
Far From Home ended with Mysterio, not only revealing Spider-Man's secret identity to the world, but also pinning his murder on the young hero. Why not have a famous lawyer from the Marvel universe represent him?
When Marc asked him, "Is it the She-Hulk?"
Marvel Studios and Sony's third Spider-Man film is now scheduled to be released in theaters on July 21st of 2021. Feel free to check out the full episode of Fatman on Batman from Kevin Smith YouTube channel.