Marvel’s She-Hulk has been shooting for months in Atlanta and the newest superhero series is aiming to begin airing on Disney+ sometime in 2022. Tatiana Maslany’s (Black Orphan) Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk is the cousin of Avengers member Dr. Bruce Banner aka Hulk and after a blood transfusion from Bruce is granted her own Hulk powers becoming She-Hulk.
The series officially will see the return of Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky aka Abomination (the new updated design recently revealed in Shang-Chi trailer), Mark Ruffalo back as Banner aka Professor Hulk, Jameela Jamil (The Good Place) was recently announced to be playing the super-strong villain Titania, Renee Elise Goldsberry as Amelia, and Ginger Gonzaga.
Another addition to the cast has been uncovered, as Deadline has revealed that Arrow actor Josh Segarra has nabbed an undisclosed role.
The 10-episode series will be directed by Kat Coiro and Anu Valia with Emmy-winner Jessica Gao (Rick & Morty) set as head writer. Its crew consists of cinematographer Florian Ballhaus (RED, The Devil Wears Prada), 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 posted by actress Anais Almonte (Gotham, The Punisher) confirmed her involvement.
Fans got a quick glimpse at the redesign of Tim Roth’s Abomination in the latest trailer for Shang-Chi, which might give us a preview of where Emil is in the world post-snap. Hopefully, we’ll get to see a lot more of the character just like when Marvel decided to bring back William Hurt’s Thunderbolt Ross for multiple projects (like Captain America: Civil War and Black Widow) and we very well might might see other characters from The Incredible Hulk show up in She-Hulk.
There is also going to be a lot of motion capture in the series which might mean we won’t see the series air on Disney+ until later on in 2022.