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‘Wanda Has Had Some Tough Times’: She-Hulk Actor Tatiana Maslany Wants To Become Scarlet Witch’s Attorney in Future MCU, Defend Her in Court

Starring Tatiana Maslany the upcoming Marvel series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, will soon be available on Disney+. With its release date just around the corner, fans are excited to know as much about the series as possible, including its cast, and the plot.

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The plot that everyone is aware of is that the series follows Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin, who ends up getting the same powers as Hulk.

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So far in released trailers, we have seen the character adjusting to her new life, training, and even ongoing dates as She-Hulk. But we all know that her job is as an attorney. The series will be following Jennifer Walters, an attorney at a superhuman law firm, defending heroes and villains. 

She-Hulk Wants to Defend Wanda in the Court 

The actress playing She-Hulk, Tatiana Maslany, said during an interview with Phase Zero that Wanda has had some tough times. As for her choice of a Marvel villain that she would like to defend in court, she said, “That’s cool. Yeah, I mean, I feel like Wanda has had some tough times. And I feel like that’s a nuanced defense that would have to be placed for her.”

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Professor Hulk and She-Hulk

Wanda, who caused chaos in the multiverse during the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, ends up killing herself in the end. Before this, the character also messed with the lives of people in Westview. 

New Characters and Cameos

Well, we may not see Walters defending in the court anytime soon, but we will be introduced to an additional cast of characters and cameos in the upcoming series. It includes another popular attorney in the MCU, Charlie Cox’s Daredevil. 

The series also has Mark Ruffalo’s Professor Hulk, Jameela Jamil’s Titania, Tim Roth’s Abomination, and Benedict Wong’s Wong.

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Daredevil and She-Hulk

As for She-Hulk, she has been a part of multiple superhuman teams in comics. The actress said that sounds “so scary to me.” She also said that there are so many actors in this universe, she has always wanted to work with. 

She said,” There are so many actors in this universe that I’ve always wanted to work with. And if we get to be superhero goofs together, that would be amazing.” Somehow, the actress denies She-Hulk is a good leader saying, “I think she would be terrible at it.”

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Will Wanda get Justice?

While MCU has She-Hulk as an attorney for its heroes and villains, Wanda may not get her chance anytime soon. Her actions in the Multiverse of Madness may not be justified, fans still debate over one of her dialogues. The Statement Wanda said to Doctor Strange, “You break the rules and become a hero. I do it and I become the enemy. That doesn’t seem fair,” does make everyone sympathize with the character.

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Scarlet Witch

As for She-Hulk, the attorney will introduce new characters from Marvel’s comics that are not seen yet on screen. As per the trailer, we surely will see El Aguila, Man-Bull, Saracen, and Porcupine in the series, but that might not be it. The series may introduce more characters and even mutants into the MCU.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will start streaming on Disney+ from August 18.

Source: The Direct