Of course, that’s not the only thing we currently know about the upcoming series. Maslany, Ruffalo and Roth will have the participation of a large cast of characters of both superheroes and ordinary people. Jameela Jamil will play the series’ super powerful and super nasty villain Titania, while Benedict Wong will once again appear as the Sorcerer Supreme, presumably to tell the Banners there’s something danger before leaving in time. Oh, and Charlie Cox is reprising the role of Daredevil. Other actors in the film include Renée Elise Goldsberry, Ginger Gonzaga, Jon Bass, Josh Segarra, Griffin Matthews, Anais Almonte and Nicholas Cirillo. However, the sad thing is that it has not been revealed who will play Frog-Man.
We also know that the series will have a very distinct sense of humor. The show will combine the sensibilities of a legal comedy, perhaps Jennifer taking on a new eccentric client each week, with the self-awareness of John Byrne’s version of the character. It was also revealed that Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s modern classic “Fleabag” was the main inspiration for the show’s work. Needless to say, the show likely won’t take itself too seriously and will explore the innate absurdity of a world now populated with superheroes, something the MCU desperately needs in the years following “Endgame”.
“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” premieres on Disney+ on August 17, 2022.
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