She-Hulk: Stars of Attorney at Law Tatiana Maslany and Mark Ruffalo discussed the MCU’s potential aftershocks following the thrilling conclusion.
“SPOILER WARNING” The epic climax of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law aired last week and was met with a contentious, back-and-forth reaction. However, Tatiana Maslany’s movie was the talk of the town, raising many concerns among fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe about its potential consequences. In particular, the friendship between Matt Murdoch/Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk (Maslany), as well as the debut of Skaar (Wil Deusner), The Hulk/Bruce Banner’s (Mark Ruffalo) son.
The She-Hulk: Attorney at Law team addressed the numerous queries that MCU fans have had ever since the finale episode premiered on October 13 in interviews with Variety. Tatiana Maslany spoke candidly about the potential romance between Jennifer Walters and Matt Murdoch, and Mark Ruffalo discussed his future as The Hulk in the MCU, particularly in light of the rumours that a World War Hulk movie is in the works and has been further confirmed by Skaar’s entrance into the vast universe. Creator of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Jessica Gao has discussed the potential of K.E.V.I.N. coming back after stealing the show in the finale.
Relationship between Matt Murdoch/Daredevil and Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk
Tatiana Maslany admitted she doesn’t know what Jen Walters’ future holds beyond She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, other than the fact that “it’s opening up” when questioned about her connection with Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdoch. “They are undoubtedly extremely real to one another. I’m interested to see how it plays out, whether it just involves getting together occasionally and having fun, or whether it develops into anything more. But I doubt that any of them is considering that. They are starting something off.”
World War Hulk Possibility
Mark Ruffalo hinted at how She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s conclusion when asked if MCU viewers may anticipate seeing The Hulk (and Skaar [Wil Deusner]!) in Sakaar again “Certainly indicates that. With “the development of Smart Hulk,” there have been “some talks” regarding what exactly happened to the Hulk in Sakaar during the two years he left Bruce Banner and the Avengers, but Ruffalo admitted that the question “has never been properly solved. Since then, I believe we have given that time period four sentences total.“
John continued, “It’s a tremendously fascinating and thrilling aspect of the Banner and Hulk stories. I do believe that the voyage to Sakaar is a terrific place to begin and what it implies to the concept of what fans have been requesting — this idea of Planet Hulk or World War Hulk or simply the journey that Banner and the Hulk must take to find peace with one another. I find that to be incredibly intriguing, and I think there might be some interest in further exploring it.”
She-Hulk as an Avenger?
When asked which Avenger she thinks Jennifer Walters will get along with the best, Tatiana Maslany made an interesting choice: “A wonderful day would be having Baby Groot. Unless we put him on my head or something, it’s impossible to film.” Maslany continued, describing Jen as a bit of “an unusual eccentric” and “an outsider,” saying that it would be interesting to watch how Jen and the different MCU characters would get along.
The fourth wall would seem to be the ideal ally for Deadpool to utterly shatter given how frequently Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk breaks it. They’re going to battle over whose camera is the dominating camera, the Orphan Black star joked in response.
The Role of The Hulk/Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo)
Only three of the original six Avengers—The Hulk/Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), and Hawkeye (Clint Barton)—continue the legacy now that the stories of Iron Man/Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America/Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), and Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) have concluded in the MCU (Jeremy Renner). How long does Mark Ruffalo envision himself portraying Bruce Banner? Ruffalo said that he didn’t know and that he is “always surprised” to still be a part of the MCU. Mark made a joke about how he and Edward Norton call The Hulk their generation’s Hamlet since anyone can play the enormous green monster: “I keep looking forward to the new iteration. I mean, if they let me, I’ll probably continue doing it.”
Mark elaborated, saying “the future feels more perilous than any other moment” in light of the circumstances we are now facing. so the actor who was nominated for an Oscar “wants to avoid planning too far in advance. But I’m hoping to be able to do it.”
Will K.E.V.I.N Return?
In addition to revealing that Skaar’s introductory cameo was decided upon by Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios (teasing that Skaar may have future plans already decided! ), Jessica Gao also discussed K.E.V.I.N. and the effects the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law finale will have on the MCU in the future: “Because I don’t want every MCU character to be able to confront K.E.V.I.N. about their plotlines, I like when he announces that the problem has been rectified. So I’m hoping it’s just a one-time occurrence. We now know it exists, but I don’t believe we should constantly bring it up.”
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has definitely set the tone for what the MCU will be like going forward.
What impact do you anticipate the conclusion of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will have on the MCU’s future?