Benedict Wong’s She-Hulk appearance increased his popularity in the MCU, and he wanted a solo series.
The latest Marvel Studios movies have divided opinion among some fans, but everyone seems to agree that everyone loves the Wong moment. In fact, that was what Jennifer Walters hinted at in episode 4 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and it’s actually true. Since his debut on Doctor Strange in 2016, Benedict Wong has played the role of the Sorcerer Supreme in several films and now stars in She-Hulk on the small screen. However, while everyone wants to know if Wong will get his own show, it seems the actor is excited about the possibility and has ideas about where he could go next.
Wong has appeared in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame as well as Shang-Chi, The Legend of the Ten Rings, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and most recently, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. However, it also unexpectedly appeared as part of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, where it was linked to both a sinister and new sensation drug in the MCU. This version of Wong has made many people wonder if the Sorcerer Supreme could lead his own Marvel series. In response to The Hollywood Reporter, Wang said:
“You know, a lot of people have said that. Yeah, I could certainly think of some ideas. But hey, it’s not for me to push that. If you ever see anyone, send the question over there. I mean, look, I love playing this role, and I think there’s so much more scope that we could go into with a series, yeah.”
Wong Has Been a Popular Comedy Character Since His Doctor Strange Beyoncé Moment
While some have complained that Tim Roth’s Emil Blonsky/Abomination was played in a more comedic style in She-Hulk: The Lawyer at Law than when he first appeared in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, such No complaints were raised. About Wong’s presence because he’s always been a great comic character, even in his darkest moments.
One of Wang’s early moments sees her listening to Beyoncé’s single Women on her headphones while Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange steals books behind her. This not only established Wong as a relatable and relatable figure but also proved him to be the perfect chip for Sting, as he has been for years. This helped audiences fall in love with the character, and those feelings only grew in her latest release, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
While there is no doubt that Wong will return to the MCU in the future, it is still unknown if he will be able to get his own series. However, as one of the most popular characters in the franchise, it would be no surprise that Wong’s solo series is currently featured somewhere in Marvel Studios.
Wang’s latest production, She-Boy: Attorney at Law, can be enjoyed again in the third and fourth episodes of Disney+.