Jameela Jamil: Madisynn Should Be in Every Marvel Cinematic Universe Project Plus, Is Titania a Villainous Misdirect?

Jameela Jamil: Madisynn Should Be in Every Marvel Cinematic Universe Project Plus, Is Titania a Vill ...

Jen Walters may have won the battle against Titania by keeping Titania from cashing in on the She-Hulk moniker, but there may still be a conflict ahead.

Titania told Jen in court after receiving her claim to the She-Hulk name denied: "This isn't over, hater."

Jamil explained that she is constantly striving to forget about her childhood of being bullied. Everything she receives is an opportunity for her to win. She is irritated.

Jamil, well-known on social media for sometimes disguising certain real-life influencers, says that being able to play an annoying one was therapeutic.

She explains that I knew exactly what I wanted to portray, and all of the evils I wanted to highlight, as well as some of the worst.

Titania isn't just an energetic influencer, but is she truly poised to be, if not the Big Bad of She-Hulk, any sort of big bad? Jamil (colorfully) responds to that question at the 2:00 mark, before discussing her favorite episode of the nine. (Spoiler alert: I want [Madisynn] to be in every single marvel project going forward.)

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