With only a few weeks before its debut, Marvel'sShe-Hulk: Attorney at Lawis is poised to return the gamma to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Although She-Hulk will see Jennifer Walters from Tatiana Maslany as well, her story will see her deal more with the legal difficulties she experienced with her and her peers' superpowered shenanigans.
Even as the series dives into the MCU's past, dredgingup characters like Hulk, Abomination, and Daredevil, the show is also a departure from the norm.
Every episode of the show's first season will feature a more abbreviated half-hourruntime, with the first episode remaining at 35 minutes. She-Hulk's release strategy is equally different, with the program decreasing from Wednesdays to Thursdays to make room forAndor.
AsShe-Hulkstakes out its own corner of the MCU, but it will also need to assassinate an all-new cast of characters. This means bringing in a whole new series of talented actors, something that this series appears to have in spades.
Who Appears In She-Hulk's Cast?
As Jennifer Walters makes her way through the superhuman legal world, she will no doubt encounter a wide spectrum of heroes, villains, and more. As such, the present cast for the show is quite large, with returning fans and fresh faces alike. Here is a breakdown of every actor who has been confirmed to appear in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
Tatiana Maslany's She-Hulk will play her in She-Hulk. While the series itself was first announced in late 2018, it did not make sense until a year later. Maslany will likely explore the possibilities of becoming a Hulk, including her origin story, her ability to handle her roles, and difficulties grappling with her new role as a hero.
Bruce Banner, a character from Mark Ruffalo, is expected to star inShe-Hulk, although it's unclear how much of the series will play, as well as how much of his actual Hulk state, with the consequences of Endgame's tragic consequences.
Benedict Wongwill take on the same charge as Wong, the current Sorcerer Supreme. Though Wong's role in the series is unclear, beyond his unintentional mention of a "higher power" in a recent trailer, it may be involved with Abomination, as seen inShang-Chi: Legend of the Ten Rings. Wong may also be establishing something larger, as shown by his frequent appearances across recent MCU projects.
Abomination, played by Tim Roth, will play a role in the series, returning to the character following his minor appearance inShang-Chi. However, as fans speculate that Emil Blonsky's new role in the MCU will likely be a vilescheme, but it is at the least an interesting fresh take on the character.
After months of swirling speculation, the most recentShe-Hulktrailer announced Daredevil's full return to the mainline MCU. While being a little more than random, Matthew Murdock also straddles the line between hero and lawyer. While the relationship between the two is unknown, it appears that the heroes will appear in the courtroom and on the streets, paving the way for Daredevil's full return.
Ginger Gonzaga joins the cast as Nikki Ramos and Jennifer Walters' best friend. Ramos will likely play a key role in the series, aiding Walters in dealing with the Hulk-sized curve ball life throws her way. Although nothing is known beyond Gonzaga's role, promotional materials have shown the two hanging out and relaxing together.
Gonzaga has spoken out about what she will expect from it, highlighting the "really cool feminist commentary" she-Hulk engages in, as well as revealing that her experience"was the greatest."
Thenee Elise Goldsberry, who is seen starring in Hamilton's latest film Mallory Book, was unable to appeal to the courtroom. This characterization makes She-Hulka more legally-oriented than others.
On the other side of the antagonist spectrum, Jameela Jamil is stepping down for Titania's titanic role. According to Jamil, images from Empirealso show Titania in a courtroom, implying that Walters might have to take Titania down on two fronts. Beyond Titania's sheer ability, the character is also extremely uninteresting, revealing that she is also an avid player.
Holden Holloway will be playing the role of Steve Coulter. In the comics, Holden's name is slightly different, as his last name is Holliway withan "i" She-Hulk's first official teaserrevealed that Coulter would still portray an attorney at Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, and Holloway, just like in the comics. Holden was inconnominously accused of inciting Jen to be the face of a super
Donn Blaze, from Rhys Corio, is a mystery, although he appears to be a kind of magician, appearing in court in a recent trailer with a theatrical flash. This is especially true as the MCU's slow motion toward the supernatural makes this possibility even more apparent.
Drew Matthews is casting and portrayingDennis Buck Bukowski in the live-action incarnation of She-Hulk. Although little is known about the character's presence in the comics, the source material suggests Buck's role. Bukowski is also known for several instances of crimes she did not commit. Whether this particular conflict will be brought to the small screen, though his antagonistic relationship will be likely to be maintained.
While Josh Segarra was confirmed to play inShe-Hulkback in July of 2021, it is still unclear who he will be playing. As the series is, in part, a legal comedy, there is a wide variety of roles for him to play, including a legal friend, a minor villain, a politician, a citizen, or friend. For confirmation of who it is Segarra, fans will have to tune in.
Fans know that David Otunga will appear as one of Walters' dates in the series, from cameo to series regular, but he is unlikely to be that present, owing to how many other characters there will be to deal with.
Jon Bass has been a well-known for his work inBaywatch and has joined the cast ofShe-Hulk once more. Although Bass'role is somewhat unclear given his comedy background, it's probable his character will have a different inclination.
Nicholas Cirillo is just one more unnamed person to the cast, completing the program's roster in an unidentified role.
Griffin Matthews, another mystery figure in She-Hulk's stacked cast, is rounded out by Griffin Matthews. Despite the role, Matthews has spoken out, admitting that he had "the freedom to run wild" in the series.
Other Characters Who Could Show She-Hulk
Beyond the fifteen actors who will appear in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, there are also a number of actors shown off in promotional materials that have not received official casting announcements. Here are some of these mysterious yet likely additions to the cast.
Rumored is expected to appear in the series, but a recent trailer for She-Hulkhas reveals the addition of the Wrecking Crew. The trailer focuses on four menwielding improved construction tools. The connection between the crowbar and the wrecking ball is evident, among other things, with the addition of a glowing crowbar and a throwing ball, which is behind the scenes, and the other members of the villainous superteam.
Frog-Man is just one of the most powerful villains showcased byShe-Hulk's marketing campaign. Shown off in the first official trailer, fans were given a good look at the amphibious antagonist. It appears thatFrog-Man is now set to joinShe-Hulk's long list of ridiculous villain comeos.
Ms. Immortal, a hero with, as you might haveguessed, the power of immortality, is on the other side of the fight, making him an ideal fit for a genre of superhero comedy.
After an audition tape with an actor who is seemingly reading for the character, Mr. Immortal is expected to start appearing on the big screen. Interestingly, the character was previously scheduled to appear in New Warriors, before the series was canceled, making her the second shot at hitting the big time.
Many have suggested that some version of Porcupine might be included in the series, despite rumors suggesting that she was "a porcupine man." Porcupine, for those who don't know, is a villain equipped with a suit capable of shooting out porcupine-esque quills, along with a few other tactical tools. Porcupine is also a perfect fit for the series, making him a villain.
Man-Bull, a character with the powers and appearance that such a name might imply, is another absurd antagonist who is alleged to fill outShe-Hulk's court schedule. Even though there is little evidence beyond a single leak, it appears quite probable that such a D-lister may figure in the cameo-filled caperthatShe-Hulkis presenting.