They are already preparing the She-Hulk series that will premiere on Disney + and Marvel Studios want it to be something spectacular.
Jennifer Walter is also known as She-Hulk is one of the best lawyers in comics, which is why she will also practice that profession at Marvel Studios in her own Disney + series. Throughout all his stories he has represented both heroes of the Avengers and mutants of the X-Men.
To make the She-Hulk series as shocking as possible, it will not only help heroes with their legal issues but also some very recognizable villains such as Juggernaut. We have seen this mutant twice in the movies, the first in X-Men: The Final Decision (2006), played by Vinnie Jones. The second in Deadpool 2, this time it was made by CGI, that’s why it was more similar to the comics and the voice was Ryan Reynolds himself.
These two characters have a past together.
In Uncanny X-Men No. 435 in 2004, writer Chuck Austen had Juggernaut and She-Hulk end up in bed after a wild night of partying. The incident was criticized by fans and was ultimately condemned by writer Dan Slott. In Slott’s version, it was a She-Hulk from a parallel universe, on vacation on this Earth, who had sex with the Juggernaut.
Although She-Hulk is a lawyer comedy, it will be difficult for them to adapt to this story, but Juggernaut has a long history of fighting the Hulk, She-Hulk’s cousin. So it would be very interesting if she defended him from some mass destruction case against private property.
Few details of the She-Hulk series are currently known, although actress Tatiana Maslany officially landed the lead role after months of rumors. Mark Ruffalo will reprise his role as Bruce Banner / Hulk in the series, which is essential for Jennifer Walters to receive her powers. So far, the only villain announced has been Tim Roth returning as Emil Blonsky / Abomination whom we haven’t seen since 2008’s The Incredible Hulk.