Marvel’s She-Hulk, aka Jennifer Walters, is set to make her live-action debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The trailer for this anticipated release was just released, and it looks amazing! We’re excited to see what other announcements come out of the MCU with regards to plot, release date, and expectations for spin-offs. For now, though, let’s take a look at everything we know so far about She-Hulk.
When is She-Hulk going to be released on Disney+?
The series is expected to premiere at some point in 2022, although no official release date has yet been confirmed.
The first season will consist of 10 episodes clocking in at around 30 minutes each and has been described by producer Kevin Feige as a “legal comedy.”
Who is She-Hulk?
Jennifer Walters was the daughter of a scientist who experimented on himself and wound up with an emerald skin tone, superhuman strength, and invulnerability. She-Hulk’s abilities are activated by anger or adrenaline in her system. When she turns into She-Hulk, Jennifer is still present inside but is much more aggressive than ever before. The only time that she doesn’t turn green when turning into She-Hulk is if Hulk (Bruce Banner) has recently been around due to his gamma radiation having some positive effects on her: it calms down her transformation to the point where she retains normal colouring instead of going all green as most other Hulks do.
What will we see from She-Hulk in the MCU?
She-Hulk will be introduced in “Avengers: Infinity War” and is rumoured to have a significant role. She may or may not also appear in an upcoming Netflix series of Marvel shows for TV. We do know that her solo movie, as well as other spinoffs, are possible, so we’ll just have to wait and see what happens!
How does the green affect Jennifer Walters?
The only time that she doesn’t turn green when turning into She-Hulk is if Hulk (Bruce Banner) has recently been around due to his gamma radiation having some positive effects on her; it calms down her transformation to the point where she retains normal colouring instead of going all green as usual.
She-Hulk is often depicted as a brilliant scientist in addition to her incredible superhuman powers and has been the subject of many scientific studies due to her unique condition. She can be seen working with Banner on occasion when trying to find a cure for herself; she also assists him in his efforts to stop “the other guy.”
What will be the plotline of MCU’s She-Hulk?
The plotline of MCU’s She-Hulk is still undisclosed, but many are speculating that it will be the story of her becoming a superhero to stop “the other guy.” We can expect some possible villainous adversaries for her and Bruce Banner. The trailer shows glimpses of Jennifer Walters having an altercation with Tony Stark; this means that there might be a confrontation between Tony and She-Hulk on the horizon.
What is Marvel Studios’ plan after Avengers: Endgame?
Marvel Studios has announced their plans for Phase Four after Avengers: Endgame. Soul Stone was already mentioned as one possibility before its revelation at Comic-Con 2019, so fans have speculated about what we could see coming up.
Is “She-Hulk” worth watching?
Absolutely. Marvel’s She-Hulk; is worth watching; because of all the twists and turns; in her story, as well as how it fits; into what we know about; Hulk. She also introduces; an intriguing dynamic; with Bruce Banner; that won’t be explored; on other TV shows or movies. And offers some fascinating insights; into a young lawyer; who becomes a superhero; to stop “the other guy.”
How will She-Hulk fit into the MCU?
While Marvel’s previous; TV offerings (e.g., Agents of SHIELD) were technically set, in the MCU, their links, with the movies, were tenuous at best.
However, the Disney+ shows announced so far, which include; Falcon and Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Loki, and Hawkeye, will all tie; indirectly; with the events unfolding; in the MCU film series.
In fact, in an interview; with Bloomberg, Marvel Studios head, Kevin Feige said: “If you want to understand everything; in future Marvel movies, you’ll probably need a Disney+ subscription.”
What will this spinoff entail?
She-Hulk is still quite thin from her stint in Civil War II, so there’s not much fleshing out left to do. However, we can expect plenty of cameos from other Marvel heroes like Iron Man or Captain America.
MCU’s She-Hulk cast:
The cast has yet to be confirmed, but with the show set in Los Angeles and expected to follow She-Hulk’s life as a lawyer (rather than that of an occasionally rampaging superhero), it would make sense for The Good Place actor Jameela Jamil to take on the role.
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