She-Hulk Actor Calls for Spider-Man to Cameo in the Series

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has been delivering a lot of cameo appearances from characters in the MCU and the Marvel Comics and, with three episodes left, there is still a lot of room for more characters to appear in the series. Now, one of its stars is pleading for a major MCU hero to hopefully show up for a special appearance.

In a recent interview with E! Online, Josh Segarra, who plays Pug in the series, responded to a question about which character they would love to see make a cameo appearance where he answered by saying that he hopes to see Spider-Man interact with his character just like in the comics.

"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 [Holland]'s doing. If he's busy, it's just a day," Segarra said. "One day, we shoot the scene. I'm just wondering what they're– Andrew [Garfield], what's up bro?"

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Unfortunately, prior to the series airing, head writer Jessica Gao already revealed in an interview that Marvel Studios forbid them from using any Spider-Man characters in the series since they don't own the live-action rights and it's not part of the studio's deal with Sony.

Even though it is very unlikely at this point to see Spider-Man show up in the series for a cameo, it still didn't stop Segarra to put the word out there of hopefully seeing the character appear and do some sort of crossover even for just a little moment.

So far, most of the cameo appearances in the series are characters that were already revealed in the trailers and other promotional materials. It would be interesting to see if they are hiding a cameo of a major MCU character in a future episode other than Daredevil.

Also Read: MCU Fans Infuriated After [SPOILERS] Didn't Appear in Latest She-Hulk Episode

New episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiere every Thursday on Disney+.

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