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Here Are 85 Of The Best MCU Details, Easter Eggs, And Callbacks From 2022

A Rogers: The Musical billboard from Hawkeye can be spotted in an episode of She-Hulk.

🚨 Warning: There are obviously MASSIVE spoilers ahead for Marvel's biggest 2022 movies and TV shows! 🚨

1. First, in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, when Christine and Doctor Strange land in the universe that has been destroyed, you can spot director Sam Raimi's iconic yellow Oldsmobile Delta 88, which he calls "The Classic," floating in the collapsed universe. The car has appeared in all of Sam Raimi's films, like the Evil Dead franchise, all three of his Spider-Man movies, Drag Me to Hell, and more.

Screenshots from several Marvel films

2. In Thor: Love and Thunder, Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, and Taika Waititi's children appear throughout the film.

Screenshots from "Thor: Love and Thunder"

3. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, when Nakia tells Shuri that T'Challa prepared their son for his death, it's a nod to what T'Challa's father told him while in the Ancestral Plane in Black Panther.

Screenshots from "Black Panther"

4. In She-Hulk, after Jen wakes up at Bruce's place, that Tony Stark helped him build, she puts on a Led Zeppelin T-shirt, which is a nod to Tony's extensive band T-shirt collection. In fact, Bruce wore one of Tony's band shirts in Thor: Ragnarok.

Screenshots from several Marvel projects

5. In Moon Knight, when Steven is fighting in the street, you can see an ad on the double-decker bus behind him that reads, "GRC: Reuniting you with your better half." The GRC, or the Global Repatriation Council, was first introduced in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

A closeup of the GRC bus ad

6. Also, on the top of the double-decker bus, you can spot the number "32." This is likely a nod to Werewolf by Night Issue #32, which was the first Marvel comic Moon Knight appeared in.

A closeup of the "0032" on the top of a bus

7. In Ms. Marvel, while practicing her powers on the roof, Kamala falls off a ledge and begs for Bruno to let her go, which mirrors Natasha Romanoff's heartbreaking death on Vormir in Avengers: Endgame.

Screenshots from Ms. Marvel and Avengers: Endgame

8. In Black Panther 2, when Ramonda goes to Haiti to ask for Nakia's help, one of the children who brings Ramonda to Nakia is actually Toussaint, Nakia and T'Challa's son, who we don't meet for the first time until the mid-credits scene at the end of the film.

9. In the She-Hulk finale, the series recreates the opening credits from the '70s The Incredible Hulk TV series, including even using Hulk's catchphrase from the show.

"You wouldn't like me when I'm angry"

10. In Multiverse of Madness, when Patrick Stewart enters as Professor Xavier, he's in a yellow wheelchair, which is a nod to Professor X's look in X-Men: The Animated Series, which ran from 1992 to 1997. The theme song from the animated series can also be heard in the background.

Screenshots from "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness"

11. And, in Ms. Marvel, when Bruno tells Kamala that there is a "mutation" in her DNA, you can hear the X-Men: The Animated Series iconic theme song, too.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

12. In Moon Knight, when Steven finds Marc's passport, you'll notice it says he's from Illinois, which is a nod to the Moon Knight comics, where Marc Spector was born in Chicago, Illinois. Also, Marc's birthday matches Oscar Isaac's in real life.

A closeup of Marc's passport which shows that his place of birth is Illinois

13. Also in Moon Knight, when Layla is getting a passport made, you can see that her date of birth is "28/10/1994." May Calamawy's birthday in real life is also October 28, except she was born in 1986.

Screenshot from "Moon Knight"

14. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, when Ross is sprung from the prison transport vehicle, you can see the license plate reads "CB112976," which is a reference to Chadwick Boseman, who was born on November 29, 1976.

Closeup of T'Challa

15. In Thor: Love and Thunder, you can spot Darryl from the various Team Thor short films giving a tour in New Asgard. In those shorts, Darryl was notably Thor's roommate.

Screenshots from "Thor" projects

16. In Doctor Strange 2, America explains to Doctor Strange and Wong that it's believed that dreams are a window into the lives of our multiversal selves, which makes this moment from Avengers: Infinity War even more perfect. In that film, Tony tells Pepper he had a dream about their future daughter Morgan, which means he was likely getting a look at a universe where the three of them were together and happy.

Tony telling Pepper he dreamt they had a daughter and thought maybe they were expecting now

17. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Charles reveals that he thinks the Illuminati can trust our universe's Doctor Strange and that he might be different. During this pep talk, Charles says the exact same thing he told his younger self in X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Charles saying, "Just because someone stumbles, loses their way, it doesn't mean they're lost forever"

18. In the Ms. Marvel closing credits, you can actually see a Trust A Bro truck from Hawkeye.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

19. In Moon Knight, when Taweret places Steven and Marc's hearts on the scale, they are being balanced alongside a white feather. In ancient Egyptian mythology, the white feather of truth was used to balance on the golden scale alongside one heart, and this determined if a person could make it to the Field of Reeds. The feather symbolized "ma'at," or harmony.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

20. In She-Hulk, when She-Hulk finally meets K.E.V.I.N., you can see that the robot has a black rim over his cameras. This is likely a nod to Kevin Feige's love of MCU hats, which he wears all the time.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

21. And, in She-Hulk, when K.E.V.I.N. makes a joke about She-Hulk being too expensive and she must transform back into Jen because the VFX team has moved onto another project, you can hear the Black Panther theme. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was the next MCU project after She-Hulk.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

22. In Doctor Strange 2, Billy Maximoff can be seen wearing a shirt that almost looks identical to Wanda's sweatshirt from the final episodes of WandaVision. In the comics, Billy's superhero costume colors are red, which matches Wanda, too.

Screenshots from "WandaVision" and "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness"

23. In Ms. Marvel, when Bruno and Kamala enter AvengerCon, you can hear "Star Spangled Man with a Plan" playing. This song was notably featured in Captain America: The First Avenger when Steve was on his USO tour.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel" and "Captain America"

24. In She-Hulk, when Nikki looks up Wong on social media, she finds his LinkedIn page, and you can see that before becoming a librarian at Kamar-Taj and eventually the Sorcerer Supreme, he worked at Target.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

25. In Ms. Marvel, at AvengerCon, you can see a ton of MCU Easter eggs, including a car that references Scott Lang calling Captain America's butt, "America's Ass." There's also someone cosplaying Drax selling a book called The Peter Quill Star-Boy Story as well as shirts with Groot on them that read, "Mr. Tree" and one that reads, "Asgard Pride."

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

26. In Moon Knight, Bek's cupcake cart connects to Steven/Marc's hilarious chase with Harrow's men while in a cupcake van during Episode 1.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

27. In She-Hulk, while walking inside the prison and hearing all of the warnings from a prison guard, Jen makes a joke about "fava beans and a nice chianti." This is a nod to the iconic scene in The Silence of the Lambs when Clarice visits Hannibal Lecter.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk" and "The Silence of the Lambs"

28. In Moon Knight, when Steven walks into Marc's memory of hanging out in a backyard with his family, you can see that his little brother is drawing a one-finned fish, which is just like Steven's fish Gus from Episode 1.

Screenshots from "Moon Night"

29. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, if you look closely, you can see T'Challa's spear and shield, which he used during the ceremonial battles in Black Panther, on the ground next to his coffin during his funeral.

Screenshots from "Black Panther"

30. During the Ms. Marvel closing credits, you can spot a drawing on a wall that is a nod to the iconic cover art from Ms. Marvel Issue #1 from 2014 by G. Willow Wilson. There's also other nods to Ms. Marvel comic book covers that highlight Kamala's powers and her signature look.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

31. In She-Hulk, behind Daredevil, you can see a billboard for Rogers: The Musical, which, of course, made its first appearance in Hawkeye when Clint attended a performance of the musical in Episode 1. You can also hear the Daredevil theme song from the Netflix series during this moment.

circle around the billboard for the musical

32. In Black Panther 2, when Okoye is stripped of her rank within the Dora Milaje, you'll notice for the rest of the film, Ayo is wearing the gold armor that Okoye usually wore, symbolizing that Ayo is now the general.

Screenshots from "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever"

33. In Thor: Love and Thunder, there are a few blink-and-you'll-miss-them cameos from actors. First, Jonny Brugh, who starred in the What We Do in the Shadows film alongside Taika, appears as the god Rapu. Then, during the reenactment play, Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy's husband, appears as the director. Of course, Melissa also appears as an actor playing Hela.

Screenshots from "Thor: Love and Thunder"

34. In Multiverse of Madness, when Scarlet Witch is in her throne room on Mount Wundagore, you can see that there are two children beside the Scarlet Witch, who represent Wiccan and Speed. At one point, Wanda even puts her hand on Wiccan's statue. In the comics, Billy and Tommy become Wiccan and Speed and fight alongside the Young Avengers, with Wiccan having similar powers to Wanda.

35. In Moon Knight, when Steven is going through Marc's phone, you can see a ton of missed calls from Layla, and one from "Duchamp." In the comics, Jean-Paul Duchamp is a French soldier who befriends Marc, and the two become inseparable. Duchamp was also on the mission in Egypt that ultimately got Marc killed.

a phone screen with a circle over the name Layla under missed calls

36. In Ms. Marvel, on the Khan's resettlement card, you can spot that their index number is "0012." This is likely a nod to Ms. Marvel Issue #12 from 2015, which features Kamala visiting Karachi. I love a good Marvel hidden number.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

37. In Multiverse of Madness, when America and Strange tumble through a bunch of different universes, you can spot the Living Tribunal in one of them. In the comics, the Living Tribunal's purpose is to protect and keep the balance in the multiverse. In the MCU, we previously caught a glimpse of the Living Tribunal in Loki Episode 5 when Loki ends up in the Void.

Screenshots from "Multiverse of Madness" and "Loki"

38. In She-Hulk, when Jen talks to K.E.V.I.N., you can spot several Marvel comics in a display case. Most notably, you can see America Chavez: Made in the USA Issue #1, an issue of She-Hulk Issue #1 by Rainbow Rowell, and Scarlet Witch Issue #4, which is part of the iconic Witches Road storyline.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

39. In the Ms. Marvel finale, Kamala sits on a lamp post in her Ms. Marvel outfit as she looks out at the city. This is a reference to the iconic Ms. Marvel Issue #5 cover art.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

40. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, when M'Baku makes his first appearance, you can see that he's hilariously chewing on a carrot, which is likely a nod to his line about being a vegetarian from Black Panther.

"I'm kidding. We are vegetarians."

41. In Moon Knight, when Layla and Marc leave after fighting Mogart's men, you'll notice that Khonshu is standing above a clock that reads 12 a.m. In the comics, Mogart goes by Midnight Man because he often steals antiquities at midnight.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

42. In Ms. Marvel, as the British threaten to collapse the temple on Kamala's great grandmother Aisha and her friends in 1942, you can see that they are standing on the Ten Rings. In Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, we learned about this powerful organization led by Wenwu.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel" and "Shang-Chi"

43. In She-Hulk, when Wong goes to help Donny Blaze, you'll notice he's watching a heartbreaking episode of This Is Us. Wong's watching "The Car" (Season 2, Episode 15), which aired right after the notable Super Bowl episode that featured Jack's death.

Screenshot from "She-Hulk"

44. In Thor: Love and Thunder, in one of the flashbacks to Thor's life with Jane, when Thor gets a call from Nick Fury during a date, you can see he has Fury's name spelled wrong.

"Nick Furry"

45. In Moon Knight, when we finally see Marc in the psych ward, sitting in his favorite spot, you can spot a goldfish in a bowl, which matches up to Steven's one-fin wonder fish Gus from Episode 1.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

46. In Ms. Marvel, Mr. Wilson references Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada while telling Bruno why he should take the CalTech internship.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel" and "The Devil Wears Prada"

47. In She-Hulk, when Jen gets a text from her mom, you can see that her phone background is a photo of Steve Rogers/Captain America's ass, which is a playful nod to Avengers: Endgame.

"That is America's ass."

48. In Moon Knight, Marc's childhood bedroom is filled with nods to his childhood bedroom from Jeff Lemire's run of Moon Knight comics in 2016, including a Chicago Cubs poster, a Star Wars: A New Hope poster, and a race car bed. The room also has a bunch of space-related toys, which could be a nod to how one of Marc's personalities in the Lemire comics is an astronaut.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

49. In Ms. Marvel, Kamala's YouTube channel is "Sloth Baby Productions," which is a nod to her love of sloths, which is something that comes directly from the Ms. Marvel comic books. You'll even notice that Kamala's logo includes a sloth with wings, which matches Kamala's winged sloth stuffed animal from Ms. Marvel Issue #1 from 2014 and the TV show.

"Sloth Baby Productions"

50. In She-Hulk, when Jen mentions Red Hulk. In the comics, General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, who we've met in the MCU before, becomes Red Hulk following his daughter's death. Of course, the name drop of Red Hulk comes after Thunderbolts was just announced by Marvel, and rumors that Ross could be recast following William Hurt's death.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk" and "Captain America: Civil War"

51. In Moon Knight, on the Tomb Buster poster in Marc's childhood bedroom, you can see the name Doug Perlin, which is a nod to Doug Moench and Don Perlin, the duo who created Moon Knight for Marvel back in 1975.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

52. And in Moon Knight, you can see that the film was produced by "Timely Atlas Studios." Timely Comics pre-dated Marvel in the 1930s and published the first comic book named Marvel Comics No. 1 in 1939, and Atlas Comics paved the way for what would become Marvel in the 1950s.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

53. In Ms. Marvel, when Kamala and Kamran are hanging out and discussing Bollywood movies and actors, they mention Kingo from Eternals. Also, Kamran mentions how his mom has a crush on "Kingo Senior," and in Eternals, we found out that Kingo has been acting in Bollywood for over 100 years and convincing people that he's part of a great Bollywood dynasty and not the same person.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel" and "Eternals"

54. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, when M'Baku attempts to talk to Shuri following Ramonda's death, she asks him if now he's willing to "hear from a child who scoffs at tradition." This is a nod to M'Baku's line from Black Panther, where he mentions Shuri and her technology.

Screenshots from "Black Panther"

55. In Ms. Marvel, when Kamala goes to school, you can see a sign listing when the school was founded with a bunch of names. G. Willow Wilson, Stephen Wacker, Adrian Alphona, and Jamie McKelvie are all comic book writers, editors, and artists who helped create Kamala Khan for Marvel in 2013 and worked on the early comics. Meanwhile, Ian Herring, Takeshi Miyazawa, Joe Caramagna, and Nico Leon have all worked on various Ms. Marvel comics since. Coles Academic High School is also the name of Kamala's school in the comic books.

A sign outside the school that has the school's names as well as a list of all the people's names mentioned above

56. In Moon Knight, when Marc is drinking outside his mother's shiva, you can see a sign reading "Waterson Food & Liquor" behind him. This is a nod to Trevor Waterson, who is a co-executive producer on Moon Knight, and he's also worked on WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Hawkeye.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

57. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, when Professor X enters Scarlet Witch's mind, you can see that he enters through a door that looks like the one from the Maximoffs' home from WandaVision. During the same scene, you can also see the small red TV from WandaVision Episode 8 playing WandaVision Episode 1.

Screenshots from "Multiverse of Madness"

58. In Black Panther 2, while fighting with Shuri, you can hear Namor say "imperious rex," which is a nod to the comics. In the Marvel comics, Namor uses this catchphrase, which translates to "emperor king."

Closeup of Namor

59. In She-Hulk, when a tow truck finally arrives to take Jen's car, you can see that it says "Slott towing," which is a nod to Dan Slott, who is a well-known comic book writer who wrote for She-Hulk, The Amazing Spider-Man, Silver Surfer, and more. The driver is also named Dan.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

60. In Ms. Marvel, when Mr. Wilson references Mulan while talking about Kamala's future, there's an awesome editing moment where Kamala and Gabe's faces are split down the middle. This is similar to the iconic moment in Mulan when she sings "Reflection."

An image with a split screen of half of Kamala and Mr. Wilson's faces, juxtaposed with half of Mulan's face covered in makeup and the other half bare

61. In She-Hulk, Madisynn mentions how she went to another dimension where a talking goat wanted her blood, which could be a reference to Mephisto from the Marvel comics. I'm so sorry we are back on the Mephisto/WandaVision nonsense from 2021, but I swear it could be real this time.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

62. In Moon Knight, the boat Taweret is on in the afterlife with Marc and Steven can be spotted in Gus's fish tank in the very first episode.

Images from the finale and Episode 1, with the boat in Gus's fish tank circled

63. In She-Hulk, when Jen scrolls through her to-do list, you can see one item that reads, "Compile depositions for Lee v Byrne," which is a reference to Stan Lee and John Byrne, with John being the artist and writer behind The Sensational She-Hulk comic book series from 1989 to 1994.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

64. In Ms. Marvel, when Kamala is detailing her plan to sneak into AvengerCon to Bruno, you can spot a Captain Marvel clock on the wall of her bedroom. This depiction of Captain Marvel is from the cover of Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More by Kelly Sue Deconnick.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

65. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, when Anderson Cooper is reporting on CNN about Wakanda, you can spot a banner going along the bottom of the broadcast that talks about Scott Lang's new memoir and his book tour.

Ant-Man

66. In Ms. Marvel, when various social media posts about Ms. Marvel saving a young boy flash across the screen, you can see that one of the tweets includes "#duexmoi," which is a reference to DeuxMoi, the popular celebrity spotting and gossip Instagram. You can even see that the hashtag isn't blue, which means there's a typo.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

67. In She-Hulk, when She-Hulk literally breaks the fourth wall and moves from She-Hulk to Assembled, you can hear two people on a soundstage talking about the Infinity Gauntlet and how a fake version was first seen in Thor as an Easter egg.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

68. In Moon Knight, when Arthur is getting wheeled outside, you can see that the hospital he is staying in is called Sienkiewicz Psychiatric Hospital, which is a nod to comic book artist Bill Sienkiewicz. Bill helped give the first Moon Knight comic series its signature look, particularly the dark tones and gritty aspects associated with the character.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

69. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, in one of the universes Doctor Strange and America go through, you can spot a taxi with an advertisement reading "Grindhouse Releasing." Grindhouse Releasing is an independent Hollywood distribution company, who notably restored and re-released Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead.

Screenshots from "Multiverse of Madness"

70. In She-Hulk, while on the phone with Jen, Bruce mentions how he's a "completely different person" since he last fought Blonsky. Of course, this is a nod to the fact that in The Incredible Hulk, Bruce was played by Edward Norton, and Mark Ruffalo has played the character in every subsequent MCU film.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

71. In Ms. Marvel, the Ant-Man mural in the Karachi train station was created by artist Saira Hussain, and is a tribute to Adrian Alphona, who was the artist on the first ever Ms. Marvel comic book in 2014.

A close-up of the mural with the quote, "You can start small and still be larger than life"

72. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Riri's first flight in her Ironheart suit is reminiscent of Tony Stark's first flight in his Iron Man suit from Iron Man. Like with Tony, Riri learns there are limitations to the suit when she tries to shoot down a drone and flies too high with not enough oxygen.

Screenshots from "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever"

73. In She-Hulk, when Jen is scrolling on a website looking for jobs, you can see a related article that reads, "Man fights with metal claws in bar brawl," which is a nod to Wolverine and the X-Men. Also, there's an article titled, "Why there is a giant statue of a man sticking out of the ocean," which is a hilarious reference to Eternals. At the end of Eternals, a giant Celestial is frozen coming out of the water, and it hasn't really been addressed again until right now.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk" and "Eternals"

74. In Moon Knight, the painting that Marc spots in Dr. Harrow's office in the psychiatric hospital matches the place where Steven woke up in Episode 1 before meeting Harrow and his followers for the first time.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

75. In Ms. Marvel, when Kamala gets home from school in Episode 1, she turns on the TV, and you can see she's watching Felicity. In fact, it's the Season 1 finale, titled "Felicity Was Here," where Felicity and Ben first kiss.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

76. In She-Hulk, when Jen is getting a drink at a bar, you can see that an episode of Ally McBeal is playing on the TV above her. She-Hulk has been described as a show like Ally McBeal a lot, but creator Jessica Gao said Legally Blonde and Elaine from Seinfeld were her main inspirations for the show and the character of Jennifer Walters.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

77. In Moon Knight, in Marc's childhood bedroom, you can quickly spot that the toys he pushes off his desk are the two characters from Tomb Buster, the movie that was playing in the psych ward during Episode 4.

Screenshots from "Moon Knight"

78. In Ms. Marvel, when Aamir comes downstairs and says that they were only supposed to hide one pair of his shoes, it's a nod to the wedding tradition called "Joota Chori," where the bride's family hides the groom's shoes. If you look in the scene before Aamir walks in, you can see a young boy coming down the stairs with all his shoes.

Aamir saying they weren't supposed to take all his shoes

79. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, when Christine and her husband go out onto the balcony and watch Strange and Wong fight the monster, you can spot screenwriter Michael Waldron standing next to them as one of their guests from the wedding.

Screenshots from "Multiverse of Madness"

80. In She-Hulk, Jen references "getting fridged," which is likely a reference to the "women in refrigerators" trope. Notably coined by writer Gail Simone in reference to comic books, it often refers to when female comic book characters are brutalized and/or killed off in a gruesome fashion. The term stemmed from an issue of Green Lantern, where his girlfriend is killed and shoved into a fridge.

jen stops to ask if she's going to get fridged

81. In Ms. Marvel, when Kamala and her mom run errands, there's a poster for the film India in Technicolor, and you can spot the names "J. Vash," "J. Haddad," and "H. Avant." All three of these names correspond to people who work on Ms. Marvel. Julie Vash was the set designer, Jessie Haddad was one of the art directors, and Hajr Avant worked in the art department.

Screenshots from "Ms. Marvel"

82. In Thor: Love and Thunder, when we arrive in New Asgard for the first time, you can see it has become quite a tourist trap. It even includes various stores tourists can visit, including "Infinity Conez," an ice cream shop that is a reference to the Infinity Stones.

Screenshots from "Thor: Love and Thunder"

83. In She-Hulk, when Mallory and Nikki are looking on the Intelligencia website, you can see that one of the suggested videos on the side reads "Top 10 Best Travel Destinations" with a map of "Cookeville." In Loki, this is one of the places that Sylvie time bombed in the second episode.

Screenshots from "She-Hulk"

84. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, when Okoye spots Riri's amazing red car, she refers to it as a "hunk of junk," which is likely a reference to Star Wars: A New Hope, when Luke calls the Millennium Falcon a piece of junk as well. The MCU has referenced Star Wars several times over the years.

Screenshots from "Black Panther" and "Star Wars"

85. And finally, in the She-Hulk writers room, you can spot creator and writer Jessica Gao sitting at the table as they discuss the finale. And, on the whiteboard behind the writers, you can see several ideas they have for the finale, including "Gamma Goo," "There's something attractive about a man's knees," "Nanobots," "In-CHED-Ible-Hulk," and more.

The "She-Hulk" writers room

Did YOU have any other favorite Easter eggs from MCU TV shows or movies this year? Tell us in the comments below!

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