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Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur's List Of Guest Stars Includes Some Of Marvel's Greats

Keeping track of all the Marvel projects in the works can be a daunting task. It seems like there's a never-ending deluge of movies and TV series to monitor for updates. Coming up in the immediate future, we have "She-Hulk," "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," and "I Am Groot" in the works. However, among all of that, there's one project very much worth your time.

"Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur" is an upcoming animated project based on the comic book series with the same name. The comic books follow young Lunella, an extremely smart 13-year-old girl, as well as her lovable T-rex, Devil Dinosaur. The two get into all sorts of mishaps together, and considering this series will be animated, there's a lot to look forward to with it. 

A teaser came out not too long ago, and thanks to some information we learned from Ryan Scott of /Film, who attended this year's Comic-Con in San Diego, we now know some of the guest stars who will feature throughout the show. And one of the names is certain to catch Marvel fans' attention.

Cobie Smulders is among Moon Girl's guest stars

There are some incredibly exciting updates as to who will fill out the voice cast for "Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur." We already knew that Diamond White would play Lunella while Fred Tatasciore would play her trusty dino companion. And now we know some of the big names who are also entering the mix. 

The list of guest stars includes the likes of Alison Brie, Daveed Diggs, Maya Hawke, Jennifer Hudson, Method Man, Indya Moore, and Craig Robinson. However, one of the more intriguing tidbits is that Cobie Smulders will be part of the show in some capacity. Smulders is known for portraying Maria Hill in the live-action Marvel movies, so it's entirely possible she'll reprise that role for "Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur." Then again, she could play someone else entirely, so keep an eye out for more information as it becomes available.

Another Marvel alumnus entering the mix is Wesley Snipes. While he's not part of the current Marvel Cinematic Universe, he played Blade in three movies back in the day. No word on what other Marvel characters could become part of the show, but with a cast this stacked, there are plenty of reasons to get excited.