She-Hulk trailer confirms return of this key Doctor Strange character
The latest Disney+ show looks to be doing some serious tying-in
You know the deal: soft spoiler territory ahead - so stop reading now if you don't want to know even the slightest detail surrounding Marvel's latest small-screen outing.
Disney+'s first She-Hulk trailer has officially dropped and people are getting their first look at Tatiana Maslany's female equivalent of the big angry green guy played on the big screen by Mark Ruffalo.
However, fans are also getting excited about other stars appearing in the show.
Thanks to not only the trailer but the newly-released She-Hulk cast list, we can confirm that Doctor Strange star Benedict Wong will be returning as Wong aka the current Sorcerer Supreme in the upcoming Disney series, meaning he's had as many appearances in the MCU as Strange himself.
Starring in his biggest role yet in the Multiverse of Madness (don't worry, no spoilers here), the Manchester-born actor has quickly become a fan-favourite - and while most were expecting the likes of Ruffalo to appear as the Hulk himself, people are now debating as to what his role will entail in the new Marvel show and its significance in the company's phase four.
However, Wong isn't the only one making a fairly surprising appearance in the series, as the trailer has also revealed that Tim Roth will reprising his role as The Incredible Hulk baddie Abomination - one of the films that helped kick off Marvel boss Kevin Feige's whole masterplan way back in 2008.
Appearing for only a brief second in what looks to be a solitary confinement chamber having been imprisoned following the events of Edward Norton's Hulk movie, Roth simply points in a playful way in the direction of She-Hulk herself, Jennifer Walters (played by Maslany) and just like Wong, his part in the film remains largely a mystery.
You can watch the full trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law down below:
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