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'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' Breaks New Ground for the MCU: Watch an Exclusive Clip!
is like nothing you've seen in the MCU before!«This is expanding the definition of what a Marvel Studios production can be,» Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige shares in ET's exclusive featurette from the upcoming Disney+ series. «There's something so surreal and so funny about a giant, 6'7» Hulk in the courtroom." stars standout Tatiana Maslany as the titular lawyer turned hero. When her character, attorney Jennifer Walters, accidentally gets cross-contaminated with the Hulk's blood, she finds she has more problems to contend with than just judges and juries.«She spent all this time to become a lawyer, and this idea of becoming a superhero is not appealing to her,» executive producer and director Kat Coiro explains.However, while the burden of a super-powered life weighs heavy on many of the MCU's favorite heroes, the tone of is notably lighter, with Maslany declaring it Marvel's «first true half-hour comedy» at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend «This is a radical, revolutionary show,» laughs Mark Ruffalo, reprising his role as Bruce Banner, aka the MCU's resident Hulk, who attempts to guide Jennifer as she struggles with her new powers and keeping that infamous temper in check. «It has this tongue-in-cheek, self-referential thing going on.»The She-Hulk comic canon is notorious for in-jokes and breaking the fourth wall, and fans get a taste of how that translates to the show in the featurette, as Jennifer waxes poetic about all the MCU cameos that keep popping up in her world — along with Ruffalo, we also get a glimpse of Tim Roth's Emil Blonsky, aka Abomination, and Benedict Wong as Sorcerer Supreme Wong.
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Tatiana Maslany Teases the 'Totally Different' Tone of 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' (Exclusive)
Tatiana Maslany is ready to bring superheroes into the courtroom with her new series,  -- and she's looking forward to the Disney+ series' more «goofy» sense of fun.Maslany spoke with ET's Matt Cohen at San Diego Comic-Con 2022 on Saturday and opened up about the forthcoming series — in which she stars as Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk, a lawyer who specializes in superhuman-oriented legal cases.«It's a real goof,» she shared with a smile. «And what's super cool is seeing superhumans in the courtroom.»The nine-episode series follows Maslany's hero as she navigates «the complicated life of a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk,» Disney and Marvel said in their press release about the series back in May.For Maslany, one of the best aspects of the series is «seeing cameo appearances from Mark [Ruffalo] and Benedict Wong and Tim Roth, in this totally different tone.»«So they come in with their characters that have this legacy of all the movies they've been in, and all the stories they've told, but this one is a totally different world,» she added.Maslany also reflected on how much Ruffalo's performance as The Hulk in the MCU helped her navigate her own turn as She-Hulk.«Mark taught me a lot.
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Hollywood elite signs pledge to control on-screen gun violence
signed a pledge promising to portray guns in a responsible way onscreen.A batch of writers, actors, producers and directors — including Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo and Amy Schumer — have endorsed an agreement titled #ShowYourSafety for Brady United.The organization is a gun-safety lobby launched in 1981 after Jim Brady, Ronald Reagan’s White House Press Secretary, was shot by a gunman who was attempting to assassinate the former president.“Hollywood has modeled positive culture change before: Seatbelt use, smoking, teen pregnancy, marriage equality,” the company explained on its website Monday. “Now, as America’s gun violence epidemic worsens, is the time to undertake a responsibility in storytelling depicting firearms and gun safety.”Other A-listers who notarized their signature include Debbie Allen, Judd Apatow, Betsy Beers, Adam Brody, Shonda Rhimes, Adam McKay, Liz Tigelaar, Chris Van Dusen, Krista Vernoff, Julianne Moore and many more.The petition does not ask Hollywood to rid of guns and gun violence on TV and film completely, but for creatives to be “mindful” of onscreen weapons and how they are depicted.The pledge implored “America’s storytellers” to entertain audiences, but also to “acknowledge that stories have the power to effect change.”“Guns are prominently featured in TV and movies in every corner of the globe, but only America has a gun violence epidemic,” the memo went on.
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