‘She-Hulk’ Writer Addresses Fan Expectations for Major Cameos

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Marvel Studios’ newest series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, is already making a name for itself within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though only the first episode is currently available to stream on Disney+, the series and its promotional materials have caused fans to speculate or even expect some huge cameos and surprises in the rest of the series.

To be fair, the first episode alone already includes Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner and a Sakaaran ship. She-Hulk trailers have also given away appearances by characters like Tim Roth’s Abomination, Benedict Wong’s Wong, and Charlie Cox’s Daredevil. All three of those inclusions are significant characters. The Abomination is an original 2008’s The Incredible Hulk character, Wong is the Sorcerer Supreme, and Daredevil’s introduction to the MCU is one of the most fan-hyped and discussed topics out there.

Still, fan expectations for cameos and surprises have resulted in disappointment in the past, and the mixed reaction to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is proof of that. She-Hulk head writer Jessica Gao addressed these types of expectations for the series. Speaking with Life Hacker, Gao told fans:

Do not set yourself up with big expectations to be disappointed.

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Of course, Gao neither confirms nor denies future major cameos or big surprises in later episodes of She-Hulk. But she echoes general advice for the Phase 4 MCU fan to enjoy the project for what it is, not for whether or not certain rumors came true. Some series, such as Loki and Hawkeye, did end up treating fans to huge surprise cameos. Like any project, She-Hulk has plenty of unconfirmed rumors floating around. Only time will tell if it has more big reveals other than what has been seen in trailers and advertisements.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law releases new episodes on Thursdays on Disney+.

Source: Life Hacker

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