She-Hulk: Attorney At Law has persistently retained its place at the top of the MCU x Disney+ charts as the most talked about Phase 4 project. Be it for controversial reasons, the series has definitely become a central focus for a lot of projects and their eventual ebb and flow in the MCU. With the first half of its commencing 9-episode run already over, the series has already dropped major names and plans to make some more noise before closing off the first half of its Disney+ chapter.
She-Hulk Actor Advocates the Cameo of Spider-Man
Although Marvel Studios has rarely messed with contractual rights, especially when it involves Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, the franchise did indulge in a multiversal cross-over last winter with Spider-Man: No Way Home. A positive thing about the MCU is that it does not shy away from using an interconnected story across all its projects, one of the prime examples being Samuel L Jackson‘s appearance in the series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
But now, with Phase 4 almost over, She-Hulk intends to make a big splash. Actor Josh Segarra who plays Pug in the quirky satirical comedy has now asked for the cameo of none other than Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man, but he would be cool if Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield could swing by as well, with no consideration of a multiversal crossover event.
“Pug in the comic book gets saved by Spider-Man, and that’s why he dedicates his life to protecting superheroes. So, I’m just wondering what Tom’s doing. If he’s busy, it’s just a day. One day, we shoot the scene. I’m just wondering what they’re– Andrew, what’s up bro?”
She-Hulk Boasts of Incredulous Cameos From All Over MCU
The Disney+ series, starring Tatiana Maslany as the titular She-Hulk has become a point of contention for most of the online crowd. Many are unhappy with the studio’s handling of the show with such nonchalance toward the more grim and serious tone of the MCU. For others, it is the downright injustice done to Mark Ruffalo‘s Hulk that sets off an alarm of the highest decibel. Mostly, however, the comedy has been categorically unable to impress, like the otherwise successful Ragnarok and Deadpool, the influences of which are already present in She-Hulk.
But, so far, the show has trudged on in its skin and has put on a good show of cameos and intermingling stories. Among those are included Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth‘s Emil Blonsky aka The Abomination from Marvel’s The Incredible Hulk (2008), Wong, Megan Thee Stallion, and Charlie Cox as Daredevil. It remains to be seen who else the series showrunners have lined up to make an appearance before the curtains fall on Season 1, including the trio listed as Spider-Man.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is currently streaming on Disney+
Source: E! Online