The release of Spider-Man: No Way Home marked many changes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Among them was the introduction of Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Audiences knew him from the Netflix series Daredevil, but this moment truly let audiences know that these characters are going to be part of the story going forward. At this point, it’s an open secret that he’s going to be in more Marvel projects. The actor has even confirmed that it’s happening without giving any further information on when we can expect to see him. Now, Giant Freakin Robot can report exclusive details on some future appearances for the star. Our trusted and proven inside source has learned that Charlie Cox will be in episodes eight and nine of Marvel’s She-Hulk.
These will be two big episodes, as they’re right before the end of the 10-episode season. It’s important to note that our source was able to confirm that Charlie Cox will be in episodes eight and nine of She-Hulk, but that doesn’t mean he may not appear in other episodes as well. Is he in episode ten? Maybe! We can only report that we confirmed he’s in these two episodes, which is pretty fantastic.
She-Hulk has been described as a ten-episode legal comedy. The episodes will be a half-hour long. The new Marvel series is designed to be a traditional sitcom. It will also be the story that marks the debut of She-Hulk for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Who is better to help introduce Jennifer Walters to the world of the Avengers than Matt Murdock himself? Okay, yes, Mark Ruffalo is also in She-Hulk, and as The Hulk, Bruce Banner is pretty well suited to introduce Jennifer Walters to important Marvel characters and help her learn more about her green side. However, Matt Murdock has ties to the legal community, superheroes, and more. There aren’t a lot of lawyers with secret hero identities walking around. They’ll need to swap stories, at the very least.
Putting Matt Murdock and Jennifer Walters together definitely sounds fitting for a legal sitcom. It’ll be interesting to see whether Charlie Cox is going to be seen as a friend to Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters, or whether they’ll be facing each other as opponents in court. Setting the two to face off against each other as lawyers might give more room for the comedic moments that Marvel is promising with this one. It would also make sense with Charlie Cox being in episodes eight and ten. Perhaps the season’s legal dramas will build up to Matt Murdock appearing in the courtroom in episode eight, toward the end of the season?
What’s important is that we know Charlie Cox will be in She-Hulk as he was in No Way Home, and that he’ll be around for those important episodes toward the end of the season. With so many characters already known, it’s going to be exciting to see how She-Hulk pulls this all together.