She-Hulk: Attorney at Law continues to be one of the most controversial Marvel productions despite being six episodes in. Created by Jessica Gao, the show stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk.
Despite the low ratings, fans have continued to watch She-Hulk, mainly for the crossovers, including Hulk/Bruce Banner, Abominatio/Emil Blonsky, and the well-anticipated inclusion of Daredevil. According to an interview with some She-Hulk actors, we could expect some more MCU characters to join.
Spider-Man in She-hulk?
In an interview with E! Online, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law actors Josh Segarra and Renée Elise Goldsberry who play Pug and Mallory Book respectively, expressed interest in seeing more characters in the show. Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man was also mentioned; Josh Segarra said:
“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?”
They also expressed interest in seeing Tobey Maguire return as Spider-Man. Both the actors had last returned to their role as the web-crawlers in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Considering their character’s endings were left open-ended, their cameo could be very interesting.
Will we see Spider-Man join any Disney+ series?
Spider-Man continues to be stuck in a tug of war between Marvel and Sony as the character’s rights are all over the place, which already makes it difficult for the character to make crossover appearances.
We last saw the character in Spider-Man: No Way Home, played by Tom Holland with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire playing different versions of him from parallel universes. The film was a box office hit and was received well by the fans, indicating the enduring popularity of the web crawler.
The inclusion of Spider-Man will certainly help She-Hulk boost in numbers, both in viewership and ratings. Though the crossover seems difficult due to Peter Parker keeping his identity secret and Jennifer Walters being quite open about her alter ego.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now streaming on Disney+.