‘She-Hulk’ head writer debunks finale post-credits scene tease about Wong going to ‘another show’
No. That line was not revealing that Sorcerer Supreme Wong will be appearing on another Marvel TV program. (Boo! )
Warning: This article contains spoilers about the season finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (now streaming on Disney ).
It’s now become tradition for a Marvel Cinematic Universe end-credits scene to blow fans’ minds about new characters, upcoming projects, and general speculation about the future of the franchise. And all season long, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law played around with what a Marvel post-credits scene could be in more than half the episodes, subverting expectations and using end tags in a comedic way instead. EW was able to find out the meaning of the ending’s post-credits scene. It has one line that fans are speculating about the future in a very traditional Marvel manner. And in true She-Hulk fashion, it’s not what you expect!
Tatiana Maslany in the ‘She-Hulk’ season 1 finale
After the episode 9 credits finish rolling, a final scene plays where Sorcerer Supreme Wong (Benedict Wong) breaks Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) out of his jail cell after he violated his parole by transforming into Abomination despite being fitted with an inhibitor (only for some paid appearances though, not to wreak any kind of evil havoc). Wong opens a portal and brings his old cage fight buddy to move in with him at Kamar-Taj, which Blonsky was clearly expecting since he had already packed and asked Wong what took so long. “You got sucked in to another show, didn’t you?” Blonsky questions Wong about the delay and blames “peak television”.
While fans speculated that line means Wong may be seen again in another Marvel TV show, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law head writer Jessica Gao debunks that theory and confirms it was not referring to the MCU at all.
“It was just fun because it was because we had a running joke that he was always watching television, because he discovered American pop culture late in his life, so he had a lot of to catch up on,” Gao told EW. He’s been watching all the prestige TV that is available to him.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
Marvel’s first half-hour comedy stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, a lawyer navigating life as single, thirtysomething attorney — who also happens to be a 6-foot-7 green woman with superpowers.
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