She-Hulk, the Attorney at Law, confirms that the Avengers exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe following Avengers: Endgame. Since 2012, when Captain America, Iron Man, and Black Widow joined together, the Avengers have been the main superhero team in Marvel Cinematic Universe. Due to the deaths of several original Avengers, Avengers: Endgame made it difficult for the team’s fate to be decided. The question of whether the Avengers are still alive has been lingering over Phase 4. Most Marvel Studios’ movies, shows, and TV shows indicate no official lineup for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
MCU Phase 4 has been missing the Avengers, although teases have suggested that they are forming a team. Shang-Chi, the Legend of the Ten Rings, brought Wong, Bruce Banner, Captain Marvel, and Shang-Chi together for a meeting. This moment seems to have made ShangChi an Avenger, which indicates that the MCU is close to a new lineup. The Avengers have not yet appeared together, and speculation has swirled that the Damage Control or Sokovia Accords might be the reason. In any case, It is easy to understand the confusion over whether or not the Avengers are still around after Avengers: Endgame.
Marvel has revealed that the Avengers exist even after Endgame, thanks to She-Hulk episode 3. Reporters mention that She-Hulk had been rejected by the Avengers at one point. Although it is impossible to know if these rumors are true, the mentions of the Avengers indicate that they still exist in some form during Phase 4. Even if the source is bogus, it is still notable that news outlets recognize the Avengers as an active group. It would be a shame that the Avengers were disbanded after Tony Stark’s death and all the other events in Avengers: Endgame.
It is clear that She-Hulk will be joining the MCU’s Avengers team. But it is still a question as to when. She-Hulk continues to tell Jennifer her story, helping her accept her role as a superhero. It seems unlikely that She-Hulk would join the Avengers during her first Disney+ series. Smart Hulk also has direct ties with the original team, and She-Hulk is a factory for large cameos. Marvel may have hidden a surprise and will give the role of Captain America to Sam Wilson. Or someone else might be the one to recruit She-Hulk for the Avengers at the finale.
Marvel’s plans to have She-Hulk appear in Phase 5/6 could decide when Jennifer Walters’ Avengers status will be confirmed. She-Hulk could connect to the Avengers through appearances in Captain America: New World Order or The Marvels. Additionally, she-Hulk may join the MCU’s new Avengers team in The Kang Dynasty or Avengers: Secret Wars. Although it might not be possible during She-Hulk, Attorney at Law, audiences shouldn’t wait long to see her becoming one of the MCU main heroes.