We all knew that She-Hulk was coming. The Tatiana Maslany-led upcoming MCU series has been part of conversations for a while now. However, it wasn't until Disney+ Day that we got a better look at She-Hulk, specifically its logo. It appears that few are as excited for the show as Jameela Jamil, who will star opposite of Tatiana as Titania.
She-Hulk's Titania is excited for the show to release
In the original She-Hulk comics, Jameela Jamil, who will play the role of Mary MacPherran, who is better known for her anti-hero monicker, Titania, is a superpowered being that has gone toe-to-toe against the likes of Thor, Spider-Man, and Captain America. Jamil is responsible for bringing Titania to life for the first time. However, as much pressure that this brings, Jamil looks like she's up for it and that she's excited to show off even more of She-Hulk in the future.
Oh MY GOD! It is REAL and it is coming!!!!!!!!! I started instantly sweating when I saw this. I can’t wait for you to see what we made. I also now finally believe I’m in the MCU. 😬❤️💥 @Marvel @MarvelStudios pic.twitter.com/aDQhNVEC64
— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) November 12, 2021
Jamil's role in She-Hulk was confirmed around the same time that Maslany was cast in the role of Jennifer Walters. Although this is an entirely new MCU series, it will feature several returning faces. This includes Mark Ruffalo, who will reprise his role as Bruce Banner/The Hulk. Tim Roth's Emil Blonsky/Abomination is also set to come back for the upcoming Disney+ series after being shelved for years.
Jamil isn't alone with her excitement for She-Hulk. The upcoming series will arguably be the first to delve deep into how difficult it is to balance having a civilian career and identity while being a superhero. Not to mention, we also found out at Disney+ Day that She-Hulk is going to bring her fourth-wall-breaking shenanigans from the comics to her show, which should make this stand about among Disney's other excellent MCU offerings.
In the meantime, you can get your MCU fix from Hawkeye and Eternals. The former recently teased an Avengers-level threat ahead of its November 24, 2021, release. Meanwhile, the latter has survived the worst critical MCU score ever and being pulled from theaters to post a massive $161 million global take in its opening weekend. Also, rumors are floating that She-Hulk will set up a World War Hulk movie that will start filming in 2022.