She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is about to premiere this month and here is what the director of the show said about Jessica Jones’s appearance in the series. After hearing about the series on Disney Plus that would eventually become She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe instantly put Charlie Cox and Krysten Ritter’s characters, Matt Murdock and Jessica Jones, at the top of their cameo wish list.
Following Netflix’s complete cancellation of the Defenders roster, the rights to the street-level favorites had reverted to Kevin Feige. Additionally, their day jobs as lawyers and personal investigators made them supreme candidates to swing by and stand with or against Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters.
Daredevil in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
However, as fate would have it, Charlie Cox is returning as the Man Without Fear in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. However, too far, any dreams for Ritter appear like they are off the mark until, after all, Marvel is concealing a big surprise up its sleeve. Nevertheless, filmmaker Kat Coiro stated, during an interview with Tara Hitchcock confirmed by CBR, that it’s one of the things she’d want to see happen in the future.
“I believe the one who, in my opinion, fits into the world the most naturally is a part of the show. In all honesty, I believe Jessica Jones would be an excellent addition. Every existing Marvel Cinematic Universe character brought into this show has to transition from appearing in things that are a lot more serious to appearing in something a lot more absurd in terms of tone.
It was great to see them make that shift, and it was nice to watch them say, “Oh, it’s alright for me to do this?” The most important thing they are all concerned about is, “Am I going too far?” And if you asked me, I’d tell you, “No way!” Continue forward!
While the director deftly sidestepped the line of inquiry, Ritter was fanning the fires of curiosity herself on social media. As a result, nobody would have been surprised if Jessica had appeared in She-Hulk. In that case, a potential second season would be the best option to turn it into reality.
About Jessica Jones:
Based on the Marvel Comics character Jessica Jones, Melissa Rosenberg produced the American television series Marvel’s Jessica Jones for Netflix. The second Marvel Netflix series that came before the crossover miniseries The Defenders is situated in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), honoring the continuity of the film franchise. Rosenberg served as the showrunner for Marvel Television, Tall Girls Productions, ABC Studios, and the series. The third season’s co-showrunner was Scott Reynolds.