Marvel Studios has yet to divulge the whole premise of She-Hulk. However, a limited official synopsis issued a while ago characterizes the show as “a new comedic series” featuring Jennifer Walters, “a lawyer specializing in superhuman-oriented court issues.”
Fans of comic books are probably aware of this. Still, because Marvel prefers to keep this information tight to their chest for as long as needed, it is likely to become the only characterization or teaser we will receive from the series for a time.
The program will be a half-hour legal comedy concentrating on Jennifer Walters’ exploits inside the courtroom. At the same time, she supposedly tries to deal with her burgeoning, green, another half, as the description indicates.
Over the last few months, She-Hulk has amassed somewhat an outstanding ensemble. Tatiana Maslany would presumably, star as Jennifer Walters (after some misunderstanding over whether she would be playing a character or not), and Mark Ruffalo will return as Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk. Because he’s not the only MCU character that makes a cameo in the episode.
Cast members for Marvel’s She-Hulk:
- Tatiana Maslany – Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk
- Mark Ruffalo – Bruce Banner / Hulk
- Tim Roth – Emil Blonsky / Abomination
- Ginger Gonzaga – Jennifer Walters’ best friend
- Renée Elise Goldsberry – Amelia
Anais Almonte and Arrow’s Josh Segarra have purportedly been chosen in unidentified characters alongside the above members of the cast.
There haven’t been any teasers for the She-Hulk series currently.
On the other hand, fans are expecting a teaser video for Disney Plus Day 2021; that’s when the studio is slated to debut promotions, teasers, and early previews for new projects.
What will the show be about?
In the comic strips, Walters gets her nuclear radiation dosage through her cousin through a blood transfusion, allowing her to Hulk out and at night and prowl the courthouse during the day. It’s unclear whether She-Hulk will keep to this origin tale, but we do know that she’ll pursue Wanda Vision’s lead and adopt a sitcom-style pattern. According to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, the courtroom comedy would revolve on “a lady attempting to traverse the world and be regarded professionally as a professional musician despite the reality that she will also be over 6’7 and green,” with Jennifer focusing on superhero-related matters (of which, post-blip, we can imagine there will be many).
Feige has indicated that perhaps the series would be inspired by John Byrne’s She-Hulk comics run, which began in 1989. The show was known for breaching the fourth wall, giving the Disney+ series a rather odd dimension.