Spider-Man: No Way Home has undoubtedly been weaving a tangled web of rumors, especially when it comes to potential guest appearances.

Though the film’s debut draws closer, Marvel remains notoriously tight-lipped about the details. We finally got a real glimpse at No Way Home during CinemaCon last week, when Sony dropped the much-awaited trailer.

The trailer confirmed some long-rumored appearances, namely Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus. A pumpkin bomb also points to the return of the Green Goblin.

And of course, after fans waited so long for this trailer, internet sleuths immediately went to work to dig up even more clues. A popular theory is that Spider-Man: No Way Home will feature the Sinister Six; audiences latched on to the electricity and swirling dust as hallmarks of Electro and Sandman, and a shadowy figure attacking Peter might be Lizard.

But another brief moment led fans to speculate that Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdoch had appeared on screen. The trailer shows Peter being questioned by police, including a man in a white button up shirt and dark tie, whose face isn’t shown.

Charlie Cox Responds To Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Rumors

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Comicbook.com recently interviewed Cox to discuss his role in AMC+’s Kin. And of course, they asked him to weigh in on the trailer buzz. 

Unfortunately, the score for now is Marvel: 1, Internet Sleuths: 0.

“I can promise you those are not my forearms,” Cox said in reference to the interrogation scene.

But don’t despair just yet, Daredevil fans. That’s not an outright denial from Cox that he’s in Spider-Man: No Way Home at all.

Last spring Kevin Smith said he believed Cox’s Murdoch would appear in the movie. And while we don’t know for sure all the cameos Marvel has planned for No Way Home, we feel pretty confident saying the trailer hasn’t given away all the film’s surprises.

So, what do you think about Cox’s denial? Is he covering up a different appearance in Spider-Man, or is he just straight up not involved at all? Drop your theories in the comments.

Spider-Man: No Way Home premieres in theaters December 17.