She-Hulk will explore Jennifer Walters’ relationship with her cousin, Bruce Banner, and her tendency to break the fourth wall on a regular basis. There will also still be plenty of her comic story to set up for future adventures, such as her inclusion in a potential MCU A-Force team at some point in the future.
In the comics, the A-Force is Marvel’s premier all-female superhero team, which was formed during the Secret Wars storyline through the creation of Battleworld. The series lasted from 2015-2016 as an alternate universe story before coming into the mainline universe, and although it was canceled, She-Hulk was one of its most prominent members, as was Captain Marvel.
Now, following Marvel Studios’ epic announcements at San Diego Comic-Con 2022, fans are eagerly awaiting Avengers: Secret Wars, which will close the MCU’s Multiverse Saga in late 2025. And as Maslany prepares for She-Hulk’s MCU debut, she officially shared her thoughts on that storyline, potentially including the A-Force.
She-Hulk Star Pushes for A-Force
Speaking with Fuera de Foco’s Gaby Meza, as shared by Twitter user @tatwalters, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law star Tatiana Maslany pushed for Marvel Comics’ A-Force to be a part of the MCU. When asked whether she would like to lead the MCU’s A-Force, Maslany urged Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige to make it happen.
Since the A-Force was teased in 2019’s Avengers: Endgame, the team has been a hot topic for inclusion in future stories as the overarching franchise continues to expand mightily. Now, with such an important member of the A-Force in She-Hulk coming to join the fray, it seems only natural that those discussions will pick up more feverishly with Phase 4 coming to an end.
Coming shortly before Maslany’s She-Hulk actually calls out Kevin Feige in her solo series, the actress comes with the same energy in urging her boss to move further with the A-Force.
With so many confirmed new projects coming in the next two Phases of the MCU, it may still be some time until an A-Force movie is fully developed, and it might not even happen within the Multiverse Saga. Even so, it’s clear that the women behind a potential A-Force movie are all-in on the idea, showing that they would give everything they have to make it the best movie it could possibly be for the MCU.