She-Hulk’s Tatiana Maslany will be joined by Mark Ruffalo’s Professor Hulk, as well as Jameela Jamil’s Titania, Tim Roth’s Abomination, and Wong played by Benedict Wong.
But since She-Hulk’s premise is that Jennifer Walters is a lawyer at a superhuman law firm, the series promises an additional cast of characters and cameos, including Charlie Cox’s Daredevil on the heels of Daredevil: Born Again being announced at Marvel’s Hall H panel during San Diego Comic-Con.
While it certainly sounds like She-Hulk may be one of the MCU’s most connective Disney+ series, the show’s star has her own ideas of who she’d like to see in the courtroom.
She-Hulk Actress Wants to Represent the Scarlet Witch
In an interview with Phase Zero, Tatiana Maslany shared her choice of a Marvel villain that she would like to defend in court, saying, “I feel like Wanda has had some tough times.”
While it’s unlikely that audiences will see Jennifer Walters defending the Scarlet Witch any time soon, Maslany isn’t alone in acknowledging that Wanda’s been through a lot.
In fact, whether Wanda was to blame was a conversation that fans entertained throughout WandaVision on Disney+. And, while her violent actions in Doctor Strange 2 lent credence to the belief that she is a villain, there’s still room for debate.
As for the villains that She-Hulk will be representing in Attorney at Law, a new TV spot confirmed that audiences will see a few comic-book baddies the MCU hasn’t seen before, including El Aguila, Man-Bull, Saracen, and Porcupine. However, this roster is likely only the tip of the iceberg as She-Hulk is sure to have a few surprises in store.