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‘She-Hulk’ Set Photo Reveals Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is kicking into high gear, with a variety of movies and shows in development. One such show is the upcoming Disney Plus series She-Hulk, which features Tatiana Maslany as the titular character aka Jennifer Walters. Now that the series is in the midst of shooting, however, we’ve gotten a new look at actress Tatiana Maslany. While it doesn’t show much, she certainly seems to be having a good time on set. As always, that’s definitely a good sign for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series.

You can see the image via Instagram below, which was captioned with the following appropriate statement:

“#shehulk in a sweater. There. Happy? Smiley, happy Shehulk (Tatiana Maslani) in a tennis-ball yellow UCLA sweater… about to kick some ass! Or be a traffic cone. Seriously, that sweater is electric yellow and I have never seen such a gigantic smile on a person.”

 

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The She-Hulk series started its principal photography with actress Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters in Atlanta, Georgia. So while it’s still in the early stages of production, we should hopefully be seeing more glimpses and learning new details in the near future. Of course, we’ll have plenty of other Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and shows to keep us occupied until then.

She-Hulk stars the aforementioned Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters aka the titular character. Mark Ruffalo will return to play Bruce Banner aka Hulk. Tim Roth will also be returning for the series as Abomination. The series is intended to consist of ten 30-minute episodes. It’s definitely going to be interesting to see so much more focus on the Hulk lore that the MCU hasn’t yet had a chance to explore.

As of this writing, there isn’t a confirmed Disney Plus release date scheduled for She-Hulk. As such, stay tuned for updates on the upcoming series as we have them.

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