The upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is set to feature cameos from a variety of places, including some that fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have not yet seen at all.

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In the latest trailer for She-Hulk, fans got a small glimpse at what looked to be Daredevil showing up in his original costume from the first few issues of his comic book series. However, speaking to Deadline following the Marvel Studios Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con, She-Hulk writer Jessica Gao teased even more cameos, many of which have “never existed in the MCU.”

“It’s a lot of fun, a lot of cameos, and a lot of characters that have never existed in the MCU before that we’re pulling out of the comic books,” Gao said. “What I’m most excited about is really getting the time and the space to explore this character fully. Because in the Marvel movies, it’s always these high-stakes events — the universe is ending, half the people in the entire existence are getting snapped out. We never really have the time to explore who these people are. What are their regular lives like? And what’s really nice about this is we actually get the time and the space to do that.”

Described as a 10-episode legal comedy, the She-Hulk series will be led by Emmy and Golden Globe winner Tatiana Maslany, who will take on the titular role as Jennifer Walters. She will be joined by Avengers: Endgame star Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth (The Incredible Hulk) as they reprise their respective roles as Bruce Banner/The Hulk and Abomination.

Additional cast includes Jameela Jamil, Ginger Gonzaga, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Josh Segarra, with Megan Thee Stallion rumored to also appear in the series.

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She-Hulk hails from head writer Jessica Gao, who is the Emmy-winning scribe behind Rick and Morty‘s acclaimed season three episode “Pickle Rick.” It is directed by Kat Cairo (Brooklyn Nine-NineDead to Me) and Anu Valia, who are both executive producing.





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