Disney+ and Marvel Studios have unveiled the trailer for the upcoming MCU She-Hulk series starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters. Since the beginning of Phase 4, the MCU has discovered a new venue outside of theatres to round out the Avengers universe. The series will stream on August 17 on DisneyPlus.
With its Marvel series, Disney+ has had a lot of success. Since the introduction of WandaVision in early 2020, shows like Loki and Hawkeye have kept viewers entertained in between the franchise’s major film releases. Moon Knight concluded its run earlier this month, and fans are anticipating the June debut of Ms. Marvel. She-Hulk, another highly anticipated series set to debut this year, has yet to be given a release date.
The first trailer for Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, starring Tatiana Maslany as the eponymous hero, was released on Tuesday. While fans of the character are pleased to see her in live-action, others have criticised the CGI. Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner and Tim Roth’s Emil Blonsky, who first appeared in The Incredible Hulk–the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s second film return in the trailer. Jessica Gao created She-Hulk, which Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige describes as a “half-hour legal comedy.”
This new teaser gives us the best look yet at Tatiana Maslany’s metamorphosis into She-Hulk, as well as hints at the character’s struggle and benefits with her newfound abilities. It’s also safe to assume that Bruce Banner, played by Mark Ruffalo, will play a significant role in the series, with the Avenger devoting his time to educating his cousin to become a full-fledged hero. She-Hulk will also be dealing with the newly formed superhuman legal branch, which means fans will learn more about Jennifer Walter’s day job.
The teaser also includes humorous aspects and amusing conversation, fulfilling Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige’s prior promise. Avengers: Endgame hinted at a funnier Hulk, and it appears that trend will continue here. Meanwhile, the She-Hulk video features multiple first looks, including Tim Roth’s Emil Blonsky, Jameela Jamil’s Titania, and Vincent Patilio a.k.a. Leap-Frog. Blonsky’s human form is a fascinating story point because it implies that he can freely transition into Abomination at any time.
Have a look at the trailer of She-Hulk: