There is little information about the upcoming Disney + She-Hulk exclusive series. However, Mark Ruffalo (also known as Bruce Banner / Hulk) has indicated that his character could possibly team up with his cousin Jennifer Walters.
As part of the Chicago Pop Culture event [via], the Oscar nominee told attendees that he had been in “early” conversations to attend the show. This is not the first time that his alleged observance of the series has been discussed, with Mark Ruffalo’s participation in September 2019 being considered.
According to We Got This Covered, after endgame events, Bruce Banner will serve as a protector and help his cousin take control and take advantage of the new powers given to him.
If we assume that Kevin Feige told THR a few months ago that Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, and She-Hulk will be part of the MCU, its appearance may change. It should not be forgotten that the head of Marvel confirmed that Disney + programs would be unavoidable for future events in his film universe.
It was during the D23 Expo 2019 when it was announced that Disney and its streaming service was developing a television series about She-Hulk. So far, the only thing known about the project is that it is in the development stage, but still has no release date and does not know who will be the protagonist.
“I would die to play that role,” he formerly told Entertainment Tonight. “It’s very flattering. He is one of the best characters in that universe.”
With Rick and Morty writer Jessica Gao at the helm of the program writing team, we’ll have to wait and see who plays the role of She-Hulk and if Ruffalo’s Hulk will appear after all.
Actress Alison Brie (GLOW) is reported to have played the lead role. However, American said he is not aware of the situation, but was sympathetic to the idea of bringing Jennifer Walters to life. In addition to this female version of the Emerald Giant, two new shows starring Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight are produced.