She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, all you need to know

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, all you need to know


The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues its expansion in Phase Four by welcoming a new heroine, introducing her to the public with what seems to have become the preferred language of this chapter of the franchise: seriality. After welcoming Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel into this mode, it's now it's time for Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Starting from August 17th, in fact, on Disney + it will be presented to fans of the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law franchise, the new chapter of the film saga of the heroes of the House of Ideas.

Subscribe now to Disney + for 8.99 € per month or € 89.90 per year The presence of a series like She-Hulk: Attorney at Law within the continuity is a point in favor of Phase Four, which after introducing two characters like Kamala Khan and Marc Spector separated from the main context of the saga, it returns to insert itself more clearly in the continuity of the franchise.

Here's everything you need to know to enjoy She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Marvel Cinematic Universe - Phase Four: the importance of She-Hulk seriality in the Marvel Cinematic Universe The cast of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law The trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Marvel Cinematic Universe - Phase Four: the importance of seriality

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is a new confirmation of how the Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is essentially based on seriality, contrary to the previous phases of the franchise. Thanks to the well-known problems presented by the pandemic and the contemporary debut of a 'friendly' platform like Disney +, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has therefore seen in serial products a possibility to expand its soul away from the cinema. Productions such as WandaVision and The Falcon & The Winter Soldier were conceived as intermediate chapters that accompany the viewer from the final events of Avengers: Endgame to the new dimension of the franchise

A possibility that allowed the writers to be able to experiment, going to also create different languages, which have taken shape in products such as WandaVision. As part of this dynamic new narrative, She-Hulk will also offer fans of the franchise a new characterization of the production of superhero stories. As the trailers showed us, particularly the one shown recently at San Diego Comic-Con, the approach that the writers of the series, led by Jennifer Gao, have had with She-Hulk I will be veered to comedy, but not only:

"It has always been about finding a balance between creating a new genre for Marvel, that is, a half-hour legacy comedy, and at the same time giving the feeling that you are still in the Marvel Cineamtic Universe, broadcasting the sense of something big and cinematic, with moments of great action. Everything has been thought of to find this balance ”

She-Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Introducing a character into such a complex superheroic patheon is certainly not easy, but being able to count on a family bond with one of the most beloved faces of the saga it is certainly an ideal starting point. Jennifer Walters is the cousin of Bruce Banner, aka Hulk, a character who within the Marvel Cinematic Universe has gone from being the protagonist of his own film to supporting figure in ensemble films. The characterization of the Jade Giant offered by Mark Ruffalo has not found a way to be enhanced in the continuity of the saga, but apparently it has served as an entry point for Jennifer Walters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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This dual role will be the narrative fulcrum of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law which will present us with a complex character, which although told with a comic air (complete with a breaking of the fourth wall) , will have to approach the superhero aspect from a different point of view. Despite having been forced to face, at least on paper, the consequences of their actions with the Sokovia Accords, the heroes of the Marvel Cineamtic Universe have never been forced to face a judgment, but as seen also Ms. Marvel, with Damage Control , could now create a situation in which even legally heroes and villains are criminally liable. The first documented precedent remains the cause of Peter Parker quickly seen in Spider-Man: No Way Home, where Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) was introduced, who we know will also make an appearance in the new She-Hulk series. apparently in his superhero form of Daredevil.

The cast of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Bruce Banner ( Mark Ruffalo) - After the events of Avengers: Endgame, Banner seems to have retired to an island where he can find his own peace of mind. Here he will try to guide his cousin Jennifer in her first steps as She-Hulk, not hiding a certain envy in seeing how the woman seems to master the powers obtained after the accidental contact with her blood.

Titania ( Jameela Jamil) - Woman of extraordinary strength, she will be Jennifer's antagonist, a dark version of her. In Marvel comics, Titania obtained her powers from Doctor Doom, a villain not yet appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but long awaited by fans of the franchise.

The trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

This is the synopsis:

“Marvel Studios' She-Hulk is a new comedy series in which Bruce Banner helps his cousin Jennifer Walters, a superhuman law attorney who urgently needs a transfusion and ... surprise! Together with the transfusion he receives Bruce's superpowers ”

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