After another handful of projects make their way to theaters and Disney+ for the MCU, early 2022 is rumored to be set for the arrival of Tatiana Maslany's She-Hulk.
With an all-star supporting cast including Marvel veterans Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth, along with newcomers like Reneé Elise Goldsberry and Ginger Gonzaga, the show will bring the MCU's first expansion into the Hulk's lore since 2008. It's also looking to be one of the Marvel Studios' funniest outings by shooting as a half-hour legal comedy and featuring characters breaking the fourth wall.
While no specific narrative details have been revealed yet, She-Hulk is already looking to take its place as one of Marvel Studios' most unique outings in terms of story and style alike. Thankfully, one of the show's primary antagonists appears to be having the time of her life helping everything come together, as seen in her most recent social media blast.
JAMEELA JAMIL HAVING A BLAST ON SHE-HULK
She-Hulk star Jameela Jamil took to Twitter to express her joy at being a part of this show and working with Marvel Studios. The Titania actress exclaimed how "this show is SO fun," unable to comprehend the fact that she gets "to do this bloody job":
Man this show is SO fun. #Marvel I cannot believe I get to do this bloody job.
"THIS SHOW IS SO FUN"
Jamil adhered to the classic Marvel standard of not revealing any information about her first MCU endeavor while hyping up the outing at the same time. However, seeing this come from a newcomer of her caliber should only help amp up the anticipation for Marvel's giant green lawyer to take her place alongside Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
After making a name for herself on shows like The Good Place and hosting the comedic game show The Misery Index with the Impractical Jokers, Jamil has built up quite the cache of popular projects on her resume. Even so, her role in She-Hulk will likely be the biggest undertaking of her career to date, and she seems to be enjoying every minute of the experience.
No information about Jamil's character or story has been made public yet, although she's proving to be putting in the work by sharing videos of her training as she gets into shape for the role.
With the show likely at least six months from debuting on Disney+, it will still be some time before Marvel or Jamil sheds any more light on this matter. However, with the reports that filming will be complete in the next three to four weeks, fans will certainly be on the lookout for any details regarding what the series will bring to the MCU.
She-Hulk is currently filming and will debut on Disney+ in 2022.