Warning! This List Contains Major Spoilers For The Season Finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law!
She-Hulk had to smash through the fourth wall and tell the show’s writers how to do their jobs to get a unique and enticing season finale for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and it worked. Amidst the chaotic coalescence of all the storylines, she stepped out to make her own, even meeting the AI, the myth, the legend, KEVIN, along the way. It broke the rules established by previous MCU content, and based on the fans’ response online, they’re eager for more.
There’s no official word as to where Jennifer Walters will pop up next, but the MCU won’t want to waste such a fun and creative character. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of confirmed projects that she could be a logical and entertaining fit both on Disney+ and the silver screen.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, Season 2
The season didn’t end like Loki with an official announcement of a second season. However, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is the perfect show for multiple seasons, so of all the Disney+ shows, this one should get renewed. Most likely, it would be worked into Phase Six – which could really be the time to see She-Hulk shine.
Fans don’t want to lose the levity and meta-humor laced throughout She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and a second season would help contextualize the ongoing events of the Multiverse Saga. It’s the ideal canvas for introducing more obscure or underrated characters like Leapfrog, Águila, and Mr. Immortal. Plus, they could check in on the great guest stars from this season including Madisynn, Luke Jacobson, and/or Lulu.
The Incredible Hulk 2
As the season progressed, apt fans surmised that Hulk would return by season’s end, but not alone. Those theories were proven true in the show’s final moments when he showed up at the Walter family cookout with his son, Skaar. This is finally setting the stage for a The Incredible Hulk sequel and Mark Ruffalo’s first headlining solo project in the MCU. Of course, She-Hulk would feature in this.
Many believe they will adapt the World War Hulk storyline, which would see Hulk return to his savage persona. With Skaar now in play, they’ll likely incorporate story elements from Skaar: Son of Hulk and his subsequence journeys too. Like a second season of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, this would fit nicely as one of the missing slots in Phase Six.
Captain America: New World Order
As for She-Hulk’s next appearance on the confirmed side, one need only consider where related characters will show up, and that’ll be Captain America: New World Order. She could join Sam Wilson as he has to deal with Samuel Sterns AKA The Leader, presumably the main antagonist. That fact might also entail the introduction of various other gamma mutates like She-Hulk including A-Bomb, Red Hulk, and/or the Gamma Corps.
Interestingly, rumors and reports are circling that Harrison Ford has been hired to take over as Thaddeus Ross following William Hurt’s passing earlier this year. That would help the case for Red Hulk finally appearing, but it’s still too early to know anything for certain. Captain America: New World Order is set for release on May 3rd, 2024.
Daredevil: Born Again
Since he showed up in her show, perhaps she should reciprocate and appear in Daredevil: Born Again. They got a bit of the romantic-comedy treatment, but that would, presumably, not translate over to his show, which is set to continue the dark tone of Daredevil. Nevertheless, she’d still be a welcome sight in a guest appearance, even if she doesn’t transform into She-Hulk.
While Jen and Matt seem like a great fit together, some fans are more interested in Karen playing his match. Currently, there’s no confirmed word that other actors from Daredevil will appear in Daredevil: Born Again, but it seems highly likely.
Abomination’s role throughout She-Hulk: Attorney at Law was subject to much theorizing. It was highly suspected that this would set him on the course to being part of the Thunderbolts in Thunderbolts. That doesn’t seem to be the case anymore as he is now living in Kamar-Taj with Wong. However, Jen could surely still have a role to play in the film as both a lawyer and a superhero.
She could end up representing some members, like Winter Solider or Yelena Belova – they could surely use her legal advice at the very least. She could even pitch in and help with a fight.
Deadpool now has some serious competition following that massive fourth-wall break in the season finale. He hasn’t been able to do anything that incredible yet, but he might soon do so in Deadpool 3. It was recently revealed that Hugh Jackman is returning as Wolverine alongside Ryan Reynolds, and as some fans theorize, they could be merging universes as they cross into the MCU.
Frankly, it would be cool to see these two heroes interact, and Deadpool 3 is currently the best place for that.
As stated, Phase Six might be a great place for She-Hulk, which includes Fantastic Four. Casual fans might not know that She-Hulk has periodically been a member of Marvel’s First Family, like Ant-Man, Spider-Man, and Black Panther. Of them, she might stand the best chance at showing up in some way in their inaugural film in 2024, though her role wouldn’t likely exceed a cameo or a post-credits stinger.
Fans were hoping to finally learn who will be playing the Fantastic Four at D23, but nothing of the sort was revealed. As such, there are all sorts of fan-casting, questions, and theories circulating about how they’ll come into play.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law took place in Los Angeles, which could tie the show to a few other projects. In particular, that alone could mean that she shows up in Wonder Man, the Disney+ series following Simon Williams AKA Wonder Man, a Hollywood stuntman turned superhero. It’s being produced by Destin Daniel Cretton, the director of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and will likely also be in Phase Six.
She-Hulk could feature in general given their proximity, but especially if Wonder Man adapts any of these storylines, as he might be in need of a lawyer.
Avengers: The Kang Dynasty
There is a logical guarantee regarding where She-Hulk will next feature, and that’s Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Characters like Ant-Man and Captain America will surely want her help when fighting Kang the Conqueror, especially if they all end up having to deal with Kang variants. Regardless, it’s interesting to think about how Kang would respond to a character like She-Hulk.
The predicament here is that since Avengers: Endgame, the MCU has only expanded, so if Avengers: The Kang Dynasty follows the pattern, it could feature nearly every major hero together. That’ll be very difficult to coordinate and execute, so some characters might fall to the wayside.
Avengers: Secret Wars
At this point, the only thing barring She-Hulk from featuring in Avengers: Secret Wars is if she dies in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty or the franchise implodes before 2026. However, given the premise of uniting multiple universes, She-Hulk could still show up – just not the She-Hulk fans are familiar with.
This is where everything in the Multiverse Saga is leading to, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law included. It’s anyone’s guess how She-Hulk will evolve as a hero and character, but her fourth-wall-breaking ability presents a great opportunity for her to stand apart from the crowd.
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