She-Hulk: Wong Will Reportedly Make an Appearance

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One of the many upcoming MCU shows that are in the works is She-Hulk which will introduce Bruce Banner's cousin Jennifer Walter becoming the titular hero played by Emmy-winning actress Tatiana Maslany. Just like any other MCU projects, the plot details are still under wraps although it is expected that a lot of characters will show up due to the "legal drama" nature of the story. Now, it looks like one of them is a prominent character from the Doctor Strange films.

According to The Cosmic Circus' Lizzie Hill, Benedict Wong will be appearing in She-Hulk reprising his iconic MCU role of Wong, who is currently the Sorcerer Supreme. The scoop was posted as response to Twitter user She-Hulk Daily's post about their discovery that Wong is following Maslany, writer Jessica Gao, director Kat Coiro, and co-star Jameela Jamil, who are all part of She-Hulk, on Instagram.

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We do have to take note that this hasn't been confirmed yet by Marvel so we have to take this with a grain of salt although we might not get any confirmation until the show finally airs since they are known for their secrecy.

If this rumor is true, it wouldn't be surprising that Wong will show up in the series given his connection to the Abomination, who is expected to appear in the series. They both previously appeared together in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and him showing up might bridge the gap between the film and the show.

Of course, we wont' find out any of these answers until the show finally premieres since Marvel is known for being secretive on their projects, especially if it's going to be surprise cameo appearances like Wong. Right now, all we can do is speculate about whether this is true or which other MCU characters we might see show up to ask for legal help from Jennifer Walters.

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She-Hulk is set to premiere on Disney+ later this year.