She Hulk Episode 3 is out. Have you watched it already? Even if you haven’t, don’t worry this post is not going to spoil anything for you.
In the opening few minutes of episode 3, Jennifer Walters turns to the camera and talks to viewers. As you have already seen in the episode 3 preview, that we will get to see a cameo of Wong.
So, she tells to us that not her series is not directed based on cameos. But, then she recalls, Bruce Banner, Emil Blonsky and now Wong. But she then tells the audience to remember who this show is actually about. And then, we see the logo and opening credits of ‘She-Hulk’.
That’s it! This post is not going to talk more about She-Hulk from here. Everything from here will explain you why Jennifer said this. What does she mean by saying, “Just Remember Who’s Show This Actually Is.”
In the past MCU movies, we have seen a lot of situations where cameos have taken over the storyline of star casts. Iron Man has been one of the many characters of MCU, the glimpse of whom was enough to raise the bars of MCU movies.
We have witnessed in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Captain America: Civil War and The Incredible Hulk. And almost all of the other movies have the discussion or storyline revolving around Stark Industries and Tony Stark’s tech gadgets.
Think about the entire storyline of Spider-Man: Far From Home. If Tony Stark wouldn’t have fired Quinten Beck, then he wouldn’t have turned into the big bad of this movie by hiring the fired employees of Stark Industry.
Keeping that aside, imagine what would have been the movie of Spider-Man: No Way Home, if they wouldn’t have brought in Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire in it. The movie’s story would have not been appreciated without these two strong characters initiating the multiverse.
Hence, this is clear that MCU has proven cameo characters to be of utmost importance to select movies. And that is what made Jennifer tell the thing about cameos. She wanted us to focus on her words when she said, “Just remember, who’s show this actually is!”