The Marvel Cinematic Universe is no stranger to the hype behind its cameo appearances, particularly as Phase 4 has progressed forward over the past couple of years. This continues to be the case with the MCU’s latest release, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which has already promised an impressive number of characters coming from across the Marvel Studios landscape.
Ahead of the series’ debut, Benedict Wong’s Wong was confirmed to continue his Phase 4 journey in his fourth appearance since last year, which was later proven true in the second full trailer. And on top of that, substantial hype is building to see Charlie Cox’s return as Matt Murdock, which will also include his first time donning the Daredevil suit in Phase 4 of the MCU.
But even besides those two characters, there is substantial anticipation building for other Marvel cameos throughout the show’s nine-episode run, some of it almost overshadowing the show itself as a whole. And in response to that, head writer/producer Jessica Gao took a moment to caution fans about leaning too hard into that anticipation for cameo appearances.
She-Hulk Producer on MCU Cameo Hype
Speaking with Life Hacker, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law head writer Jessica Gao addressed the potential and confirmed cameos that the latest MCU show on Disney+ could include.
Looking back to cameos like Jonathan Majors’ He Who Remains in Loki and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin in Hawkeye, both in their final episodes, Gao warned fans to not get their hopes up for other major cameos like these.
With eight episodes still remaining and a few big characters that could potentially make their way into the story, She-Hulk herself will be the central focus moving forward as the MCU’s last Disney+ show of the year expands.