Disney+ has had a lot of success with their Marvel series since WandaVision started in early 2020, but shows like Loki and Hawkeye have kept fans busy between the major film releases. Moon Knight just ended its series'' run earlier this month, and fans are gearing up for the release of Ms. Marvel in June. However, it appears that Disney+ accidentally just leaked the release date for the series. In an official blog post on Disney+''s UK website, She-Hulk will begin on August 17, 2022.
The blog post was a peek at what it will be available for Disney+ enthusiasts in the near future. Series like Falcon and the Winter Soldier, What If?, and the upcoming Ms. Marvel all have a section in the post. However, since this leak, almost all mentions of She-Hulk have been removed. There is no release date or bio for the series to be found anywhere on this post as of now. There is no release date or bio for the show to be found on this post as previously.
Bruce Banner assist his cousin, Jennifer Walters, when she requires an emergency blood transfusion, and guess what? She will receive his powers as well. Tatiana Maslany is back as the Hulk alongside Tim Roth, who plays the Abomination in this new comedy series.
This description of Jennifer Walters comic book origins is excellent, and it will be wonderful to see Tatiana Maslanys play the character. Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth have not played a major role in the MCU since The Incredible Hulk back in 2008. The other notable feature about She-Hulk is that Jameela Jamil is playing Titania. Renee Elise Goldsberry, Josh Segarra, and Ginger Gonzaga are also starring in the series.
Although The release date for She-Hulk hasn''t been officially announced yet, this leak has a lot of significance given it is now available on an official Disney+ website. At the moment, all attention is placed on Ms. Marvel, as they were less than a month away from the series release, but it''s just encouraging to know that She-Hulk is right around the corner. It makes sense that the series will begin in August as most major Marvel series have had a two-month gap.
So far, only a few official images and small amounts of footage for She-Hulk have been released. However, given that the series was supposedly just three months away, we should get our first full trailer for the series early. Until then, you can catch up on the entire MCU on Disney + now, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is also causing havoc in cinemas everywhere.
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