It’s no surprise to the fans and the audience when it comes to She-Hulk: Attorney At Law and how the show is run, which is to say, very comically. From the start of the show, we have seen Jennifer Walters, played by Tatiana Maslany, exert traits that are similar to another superhero from Marvel Comics, Deadpool. We have seen time and time again how Walters just breaks down the shackles of the story progression to do some wacky stuff with the scene she is placed in, which has kind of become a trademark of hers at this point.
So it was no surprise when we witnessed the season finale of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law go down the way it did.
The only catch? Someone from the top execution didn’t like one particular thing in that finale very much.
Feige’s Gripe With The She-Hulk Season Finale
We have no intention of spoiling anyone with details of the latest season finale of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, so we will try to keep the details to a minimum. Viewers’ discretion is advised.
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In a recent interview with Marvel.com, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law showrunner Jessica Gao reveals how Feige had only one complaint about the series finale’s surprise twist. Although he had no qualms about being turned into an A.I., he had an issue with the robot wearing the Marvel Studios President’s trademark “black baseball hat.” Gao explains that Feige objected to that addition to the character, saying that it did not make any sense.
“I wrote in the script that when she sees this big AI machine, it’s wearing a little black baseball hat, a classic Kevin Feige-style black baseball hat. When the [visual development team] was showing us different possible sketches of K.E.V.I.N., they were all wearing little hats. No matter what type of robot or machine it was, it was wearing a little black baseball hat on top. [Human] Kevin said, ‘Well, that doesn’t make a lick of sense, why would a robot wear a hat?’ I said, ‘That’s the part that doesn’t make sense to you, Kevin, that is the line of logic that you won’t cross, we have you represented as an AI brain that is controlling all of the Marvel Cinematic Universes, but the thing that you can’t get past is that it might have a hat on top of the machine?’ And he said, ‘Yeah.’”
Recalls Gao from his interaction with the real Kevin Feige while they discussed the appearance of the robot that was designed to be the AI Kevin Feige in the finale.
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The Finale Breaks The MCU’s Shows’ Finale Trope!
Again, not getting too much into the details, we saw how the events transpired in the final episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, and it made the viewers go crazy. It was all due to an unorthodox approach by the showrunners and the top management to include something ridiculous in the show without sacrificing the integrity of the whole theme behind it. It felt so out of line to see Jennifer Walters break the fourth wall and waltz into the Marvel Studios office, but at the same time, felt natural as something only the She-Hulk would do.
So, in people’s opinion, the finale of She-Hulk, Attorney at Law is the best finale of any Marvel Studios’ show, period.
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She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, streaming exclusively on Disney+