She-Hulk Star Confirms More Surprising Cameos in the Next Episodes

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There's no denying that Disney+'s latest series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law brought another layer of comedy into the MCU, especially with Tatiana Maslany's Jennifer Walters breaking the fourth wall. Aside from the comicness of the raged superheroine, fans are also enjoying the cameos of prominent MCU characters like Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth), and the Sorcerer Supreme Wong (Benedict Wong). Just when we thought these crossovers were enough, apparently, there's more!

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In a recent interview with TVLine, Ginger Gonzaga – who plays Walters' best friend Nikki Ramos, teases that there will be more cameos that we "haven’t seen in any of the trailers" coming in the next episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. See Gonzaga's full quote below:

"The show is now definitely switching into what it looks like when you have petty, idiot supervillains and superheroes who are either antagonizing you or need to be represented by you. The thing about working in a superhuman law division is we can represent anyone, so we get comic book characters that haven’t entered the Marvel Universe yet, that you haven’t seen in any of the trailers. And you get to see the idiocy of the ridiculously fun superheroes who have legal trouble and may or may not listen to their attorneys. I’m really excited for people to see these guest stars that are in the comic books."

Fans have been gearing up for Charlie Cox's return as Daredevil in She-Hulk, but it seems his cameo may not be the headliner crossover of the show. Although it's hard to assume which MCU characters would appear, Episode 2dropped an intriguing X-Men reference, so maybe an X-Men character could be expected.

Nonetheless, Walters had reminded us that She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is her own show, and the cameos are just tiny bits of wonderment for the fans. There may be a lot more surprises down the line, but the whole narrative will still revolve around She-Hulk and how she embraces her new identity as a Lawyer-Superhero.

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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is streaming on Disney+.

Also read: She-Hulk Star Tim Roth Gets Candid About Abomination's MCU Future