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She-Hulk Smashes Up SDCC With Cousin Bruce & Abomination

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Jul 23 2022

With less than a month before ‘She-Hulk’ premieres on Disney+, Marvel has dropped what’s likely the final trailer for the new legal series.

The Marvel SDCC panel is firing off announcements about all of their most exciting upcoming projects. And right there in the heap is another hilarious She-Hulk trailer.

There’s plenty to love about this trailer – I mean, the return of Emil Blonsky as Jenn’s client is *chef’s kiss*. Plus Jameela Jamil’s Titania is choc-full of Glamazon meets 1980s lady-wrestler. So yeah. I’m loving it.


The MCU hasn’t given us an official Hulk movie, and it won’t. You know, past low-key confirmation that the two pre-MCU movies are canon. But this series, like Thor: Ragnarok, looks like it’s going to serve us a whole lotta Bruce. Which is great. Honestly, Ruffalo’s Hulk as a comedy guy instead of a brooding Edward Norton guy is way better. And I love that we’re going to see him coaching Jen through this experience. Airhorns and all.

She-Hulk Poster

We also got a new official poster for the upcoming series!

But the new digital poster wasn’t the only poster flying around the halls of San Diego Comic-Con. On Friday, Marvel also distributed fliers for any attendees in need of legal counsel. Are you a superhuman facing legal trouble in this fast-paced, ever-evolving world? Call the number on the flier and


She-Hulk Cast & Credits

She-Hulk features the return of Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner, with Tatiana Maslaney starring as Jennifer Walters. Tim Roth returns to the MCU after his Shang-Chi reappearance, and Jameela Jamil joins the cast as Titania. Ginger Gonzaga will play Nikki Ramos.

‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ follows Jennifer Walters as she navigates the complicated life of a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk.

‘She-Hulk’ will be available to stream on Disney+ on August 17th.


Author: Danni Danger
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