She-Hulk Trailer Reveals Full CGI Design, Hulk’s Return & Human Tim Roth

Disney+ and Marvel Studios have revealed the first official trailer for the upcoming MCU She-Hulk series starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters. Since the beginning of Phase 4, the MCU has found an additional platform outside theaters as they continue to flesh out the Avengers-based universe. Following the launch of Disney+, Marvel Studios has used the streaming service to dedicate TV series to veteran characters as other heroes have exited the franchise. Disney+ also serves as a vehicle for new heroes and villains to enter the MCU.,With shows like WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki, and Moon Knight, more original Marvel series are on their way. While Ms. Marvel will be kicking off the summer for Disney+’s MCU programming slate, it will be directly followed by She-Hulk. The show centers around Jennifer, an attorney at law, who is also a cousin of Bruce Banner, a.k.a. the Hulk, with Mark Ruffalo set to reprise the popular Avenger in the Disney+ original.,RELATED: All 18 MCU Shows Releasing After Doctor Strange 2 (& When),Following a leak that She-Hulk would be arriving on August 17, Disney+ and Marvel Studios have officially revealed the first trailer for She-Hulk, confirming the release date as well. The new footage sees Jennifer’s transformation into the Marvel heroine, alongside Ruffalo, who is making his first MCU return since Avengers: Endgame. The She-Hulk trailer also gives a close look at Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky in human form, as Abomination will play a role in season 1.,Click here to see the trailer on YouTube.,Along with Jennifer, Bruce, and Emil, She-Hulk will also include the return of Benedict Wong as Wong, coming right off Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The cast also features Renée Elise Goldsberry as Amelia, along with Ginger Gonzaga as Jennifer’s best friend and Jameela Jamil as Titania, who will be a She-Hulk rival. While their roles haven’t been disclosed as of yet, She-Hulk also stars Josh Segarra, Jon Bass, and Anais Almonte. Jessica Gao is attached as the head writer and executive producer, alongside Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, and Brad Winderbaum on the producing team.,While the footage gives a vast preview of what’s to come in Jennifer’s story, something that the She-Hulk trailer neither confirms nor denies is the rumored return of Matt Murdock, a.k.a. Daredevil, played once again by Charlie Cox. For roughly a year, several rumors have claimed that She-Hulk season 1 will feature the Hell’s Kitchen-based hero in some capacity. Cox made his return to the MCU in 2021 in Spider-Man: No Way Home for a brief but prominent cameo where he served as Peter Parker’s attorney. Given Jennifer and Matt’s respective roles as lawyers, it wouldn’t be a stretch if the Disney+ drama were to have the two cross paths somehow. Time will tell what other surprises are in store for She-Hulk when the series premieres on August 17.,MORE: The MCU Failed Hulk Long Before Infinity War (But Phase 4 Can Fix It),Source: Marvel Studios