The next Marvel Studios project is coming to an end, and it's shaping up to be unlike anything the Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen before. She-Hulk, a lawyer and cousin to Bruce Banner, is described as a half-hour legal comedy that has to deal withShe-Hulk's transformations as well as her role as a member of the superhuman law division.
Since She-Hulk is a courtroom style program, cameos aren't just expected, they're also confirmed, including Charlie Cox's Daredevil.
Attorney-at-Lawdoes has a designated villain, both old and new, as well as Mark Ruffalo as Professor Hulk, one of which's actress shared a few thoughts about Marvel Studios'dedicated fan base.
Titania Actress for She-Hulk Talks About MCU Fans
When asked about her Hall H experience at San Diego Comic-Con,Jameela Jamil, who playsclassic comic book villain Titania, confessed that she thought Marvel fans "were gonna boo [her]:"
Oh, my God, this is extraordinary. It goes straight to your bones. I thought they would boo me, which I was very prepared, which is why I wore my outfit as an asshole, you know what I mean? Like, Ive got an alligator crawling up me, Im completely evil. But they didnt. That's what Marvel fans are."
Jamil anticipates backlash, but she admires theMarvel fan base and attributes much of the MCU's success to their passion and opinions, according to the actress.
"I think they get a bad rap sometimes online, because they are very passionate and they have a lot of opinions. But without the fans, Marvel might not have developed to what it is today. We have them to thank."
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Even though MCU fans were adamant against Jameela Jamil, She-Hulk's CGI received considerable backlash in the wake of the show's first trailer, which has dominated much of the discussion since.
Mark Ruffalo's Hulk and Professor Hulk look decent and cartoonish in comparison to Maslany's She-Hulk. While the footage that has been shown is preliminary and will likely be improved before the Disney+ series premieres, the question whether the visuals will distract from the show itself has become a concern.
Jamil's expectation of a poor reception at Comic-Con may also be attributed to her character of Titania, who she has described as "annoying" and lacking self-awareness.
Titania looks to be a villain like She-Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
On Thursday, August 18, She-Hulk will launch on Disney+.