Anyone following the Marvel train can see Cox make his first official MCU appearance outside of Netflix shows in the brief scene of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” where he unwittingly shows off his abilities. his before web-slinger. As spoiled as the rumors of his arrival are, seeing Cox back is quite exciting (even if the lackluster crowd he sees doesn’t seem to think so).
Also speaking at the TCA press tour, lead screenwriter Jessica Gao expressed that she’s thrilled to include Cox in “She-Hulk’s” breakthrough, citing his chemistry with Maslany. : “Really, it’s fun to see them together – like, it really has the same vibe as an old Howard Hawks movie.”
Cox can pull off a sly charm when he wants to be in “Daredevil,” so if Gao is hinting that he’s going to apply Cary Grant’s sensibility alongside Maslany’s Rosalind Russell, I’m open to that. ready for this couple. I have to imagine that they are mostly on the same side of the coin, so I don’t see them fighting, but Gao also teased that watching them “Going foot by foot and combining intelligence is something everyone will love. “
I’m willing to bet that Daredevil’s involvement will be small, but significant. It would be a very welcome surprise if he were more than just a guest. But for now, it seems like it’s Marvel’s way of satirizing “Daredevil” fans until they start rolling out commercials for “Echo” and “Born Again.”
“She-Hulk: Attorney At Law” will stream via Disney+ on Thursdays, starting August 18, 2022.
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