Marvel Actor Talks About She-Hulk Season 2’s Recurrence Prospects

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An actor from She-Hulk discussed his Disney+ part and his potential return for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Season 2 and beyond. She-Hulk is one of the finest instances of how the MCU explores many genres, despite the fact that it is a superhero property. One of the most famous comic superhero cameos was Brandon Stanley’s portrayal of Eugene Patilio’s Leap-Frog in a Disney+ legal comedy series. After She-Hulk was through filming and as the MCU entered Phase 5, the Marvel actor was asked whether he would play another comedic, comic book character again.

Leap-Brandon Frog’s Stanley responded on Instagram when asked if he will return for a hypothetical She-Hulk Season 2, “I’m not certain. However, if the call comes, I’ll be prepared.” The Marvel star has already answered inquiries regarding his comeback. He discussed a Leap-Frog and Deadpool fantasy team-up in an interview with FandomWire, stating, “I know I could work nicely with that man… it’s a blockbuster waiting to happen:”

“I told James, my best friend,” and I said, “Dude, Ryan Reynolds and I would sit there for about 30 minutes just on one line of dialogue, just completely off, and just bouncing,” if they made a Deadpool movie with Leap-Frog. I feel like I could get along well with that guy, and I think our senses of humour are very similar. If Ryan is watching, I must warn him that there is a blockbuster in the making.

Nobody is certain of Ryan Reynolds’ specific plans for Deadpool 3 except from Hugh Jackman’s involvement and the Multiverse’s existence. And, curiously enough, the same is true of Marvel Studios’ future intentions for She-Hulk. The release date and location of Tatiana Maslany’s protagonist’s second season have not yet been disclosed by Marvel. Whether or whether the 2022 Disney+ series signals the end of Leap-Frog, Brandon Stanley called his appearance in the MCU “the role of a lifetime”:

“This is the funniest role I’ve ever played, and it’s the role of a lifetime,” the actor exclaimed. “Being a part of the MCU is awesome, but being a part of ‘She-Hulk’ is what’s awesome.”

It has been “an honour to work with all of these great female icons,” Stanley remarked, complimenting She-“female-driven Hulk’s crew.”

“We are about to witness what a powerhouse a female-driven team can be, and as for the writing, Jessica Gao is perfect; what a wonderful comedic writer. Working with all of these influential women in the industry is such an honour.

It’s always wonderful to hear that a Marvel actor not only loved their experience but respected it and is ready for more, even though it’s still unclear whether Marvel Studios’ courtroom comedy will make a comeback. Leap-chances Frog’s of appearing again are highest in Season 2 of She-Hulk, especially considering that Charlie Cox’s Daredevil and the character both debuted in the same episode. However, only Loki on Disney+ has received a second season so far, and given how poorly She-Hulk was received, a second season is definitely not at the top of Marvel Studios’ priority list.

The actor left out Daredevil: Born Again, which is another choice and is now streaming on the streamer. There is plenty of time for the MCU to cram in a She-Hulk character cameo with its record-breaking 18 episodes, especially given that the two have already crossed paths. As of right now, only time will tell whether Brandon Stanley will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as “Ribbit and Rip It,” but it doesn’t hurt for the actor to let Marvel Studios know he would jump at the chance.

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