‘She-Hulk’: Marvel Taps Jameela Jamil To Play Super-Strong Baddie & Gamma Flight Member Titania In The Disney+ Series

Marvel’s She-Hulk series is well into it’s production with Emmy-winners Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and Mark Ruffalo starring. We finally have a villain on the show as it was originally reported by The Illuminerdi that Jameela Jamil (The Good Place) would be playing Titania, which was later backed-up by the trades.

Titania aka Mary MacPherran Creel, happens to be the wife of Hulk super-villain Carl “Crusher” Creel aka The Absorbing Man, the two happen to be on the Gamma Flight roster. A character the appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (non-canon series) and was reworked in Ang Lee’s Hulk movie giving Bruce’s father David Banner that power-set.

We believe there is a good shot we might see an official Marvel Cinematic Universe incarnation of Creel in the show given his connection to Titania alongside the need to have super-strong and formidable villains that can give Jennifer and Bruce a run for their money. That’s likely a big reason that The Incredible Hulk’s Tim Roth is back as Emil Blonsky aka Abomination, we’ll keep our fingers crossed that Marvel will give the villain a design overhaul for the series incarnation since the last version was terribly inaccurate and didn’t really work.

The 10-episode series will be directed by Kat Coiro and Anu Valia with Emmy-winner Jessica Gao (Rick & Morty) set as head writer. It’s crew consists of production designer Elena Albanese (Lovecraft Country), costume designer Ann Foley (Godzilla Vs. Kong, Altered Carbon), and stunt coordinator Monique Ganderton (Loki, Avengers: Endgame).

Set photos recently posted by actress Anais Almonte (Gotham, The Punisher) confirmed her involvement and officially announced that production is indeed happening in Atlanta, Georgia.

She-Hulk will likely debut on Disney+ sometime in the second half of 2022. Given the extensive visual effects involved and multiple motion-capture characters, we shouldn’t expect to see it arrive before the summer of next year, but we’ll certainly update if that changes.


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