In preparation for the release of She-Hulk Attorney at Law on Disney+, Jessica Gao spoke with Screen ranting about the connection between the cameos in the series and the courtroom scenes. The fact that the series is part of a larger cinematic universe full of well-known characters was a huge help in developing episodes like this, she says. This allowed them to secure many guest appearances depending on the story. “We searched movies and comics for characters we wanted to use. Then we would start thinking, “Well, what was the reason this character was in trouble with the law or needed legal help,” she said.
Of course, as exciting as the appearances of characters like the Matador and Bullman are, it’s undeniable that She-Hulk’s most talked about cameo is Daredevil. Fans have been enthralled by Charlie Cox’s take on The Man Without Fear throughout its three-season Netflix title and begged him to enter the MCU. He did, after all, in Spider-Man: No Home, but presumably he’ll have a lot more time to shine in She-Hulk. “I don’t know if I’m allowed to talk about it, but it’s very conscious and very well planned,” director Kat Coiro told the magazine. ComicBook.compromising a fresh look at the beloved vigilante.
The MCU fandom has proven that if there’s one thing it loves, it’s a good set of cameos. Luckily for them, the ones we see in She-Hulk Attorney at Law will not only be plentiful, but also make sense in the context of judicial history.