Tatiana Maslany will play ‘She-Hulk’ in a new Disney + series

Tatiana Maslany will play the protagonist of the next Disney + superhero series “She-Hulk”.

Maslany, who starred in titles like “Orphan Black”, “Pink Wall” and “Perry Mason”, will portray the superhero in the next Disney + series.

The character She-Hulk, whose real name is Jennifer Walters, has traditionally been portrayed as a lawyer and cousin of Bruce Banner / The Hulk, played by Mark Ruffalo in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unlike the Hulk, Walters maintains her personality and intelligence when she becomes She-Hulk. While few details about the Disney + series “She-Hulk” have been revealed, the show is expected to follow the character after she gains superpowers through a blood transfusion from Banner. Marvel Studios unveiled the series during its D23 exhibition in 2019.

The character was co-created by Stan Lee and John Buscema.

Marvel director Kevin Feige has said he plans to make the superhero franchise more diverse and Disney is starting to attract more female talent to lead projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which started with “Iron Man” in 2008. Brie Larson was the first to star in a Marvel Cinematic Universe project by playing Captain Marvel in the 2019 film of the same name. Scarlett Johansson, who played Black Widow in a variety of films in the franchise, will star in the next film “Black Widow”.

The “She-Hulk” series is scheduled to debut in 2022 as part of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Biography: Tatiana Gabrielle Maslany was born September 22, 1985 in Regina, Saskatchewan, to Renate, a translator, and Dan, a woodworker. She graduated from Dr. Martin LeBoldus High school in 2003. She was a well respected student, and participated as often as possible in school productions. She is well known for her participation in the Canadian Improv ... See full bio >>
Born: September 22, 1985 | Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

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