It is no secret, Marvel is planning a number of new projects as they recently give announcements on multiple huge additions to the MCU, and one of the most interesting reveals that has caught fans’ interest is in a solo series for the beloved character: She-Hulk.
Here’s everything fans need to know so far about her TV debut and more.
She-Hulk Season 1: When is it Releasing?
The series will be going to release on Disney+, similar to many of MCU’s new shows. It is expecting to air sometime in 2022, but we don’t have an official release date yet. The series is all settling to start filming in Atlanta in August of this year.
There is no official confirmation or an update about the release date of She-Hulk season 2.
She-Hulk Season 1: Who Can We Expect to See as She-Hulk?
Marvel Studios has not announced anything official regarding casting details. However, there is a rumor about the actress Alison Brie may step in for the role after Stephanie Beatriz, who is the most favorite choice by fans. Now it is revealed that she wouldn’t be available because of a scheduling clash with Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
There is no official update about the She-Hulk Season one cast, but we got some details about the behind-the-scenes talent. Jessica Gao, who won an Emmy for a famous Rick and Morty episode, has reportedly been appointed the series’s lead writer. Dana Schwartz, author and comic writer for Deadpool, is also joining the writing team.
She-Hulk Season 1: Do We Know What the Plotline is?
The series will base its storyline from the comic books, which has been confirmed to include She-Hulk’s origin story. Jennifer Walter, a lawyer, is actually Hulk/Bruce Banner’s cousin and Banner makes the decision to perform an urgent blood transfusion on her after she gets shot by a vengeful crime boss. In this process, some of Banner’s gamma radiation also gets transferred to her, and she transforms into She-Hulk.
Walters has no anger issues like Hulk, which makes it possible for her to keep her day job. She recently builds up her own legal practice, too, in the comics.
According to some sources, She-Hulk may cross over into a future Avengers movie.
Due to the global pandemic, there is a delay in the filming of this season. But let’s hope that this upcoming series will also provide some extraordinary impacts on fans. Till then, Stay safe, Stay connected.