More attorneys in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
The appearance of Charlie Cox's Daredevil in 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' was perhaps one of the most anticipated things in the history of Marvel TV shows. As soon as the Jennifer Walters show was announced, fans started to dream of seeing a team-up (or a face-off, who knows) of Tatiana Maslany's She-Hulk and Daredevil.
Now it's official: Cox will appear in 'She-Hulk' to show off the skills of a really good lawyer. According to the show's director Kat Coiro, fans might want to prepare themselves.
"To watch Matt Murdock and Jennifer Walters match wits is something I think people are going to love. Charlie & Tatiana have great chemistry, it's got the tone of a Howard Hawks movie," Coiro teased.
Hawks is loved for iconic movies like 'Scarface', 'Rio Bravo', 'Bringing Up Baby' and 'To Have And Have Not'. His works are renowned globally for being a sophisticated mix of different genres – from noir to comedy.
According to Tatiana Maslany herself, "Charlie is amazing" and seeing "his character in the tone of 'She-Hulk' is really fun".
For Daredevil, Phase Four seems to be the best of times: not only Charlie Cox's character will appear in 'She-Hulk', but also he returns in his own solo show in the MCU, 'Daredevil: Born Again'.
'Born Again' is slated for a 2024 premiere, while 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' hits Disney Plus in several days, on August 17. Maslany's character is notably going to break the fourth wall – not the first attempt to do so in Marvel, but She-Hulk was among the first characters who did that in the comics.