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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law star Tatiana Maslany discusses Megan Thee Stallion's cameo on the show
Seeing Megan Thee Stallion twerk in a Marvel television show isn't something many fans may have expected to see. But She-Hulk: Attorney at Law audiences saw just that at the end of the third episode released on Thursday, September 1. The show's star Tatiana Maslany talked about how excited she was to twerk alongside the Savage rapper.  Quite the cameo: But She-Hulk: Attorney at Law audiences saw just that at the end of the third episode released on Thursday, September 1'That's why you take a big Marvel gig,' she joked in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. 'That's why you do it.' Megan's cameo came about because of a storyline where an egomaniac named Dennis, played by Drew Matthews, gets scammed by a shapeshifter posing as the Sweetest Pie singer. At the trial, the court finds in favor of Dennis, and Megan, who is in the gallery watching the proceedings, says, 'That's right, there's only one Megan Thee Stallion!'  Exciting moment: The show's star Tatiana Maslany talked about how excited she was to twerk alongside the Savage rapper (pictured May 2022) Shapeshifter: Megan's cameo came about because of a storyline where one character, an egomaniac named Dennis, played by Drew Matthews, gets scammed by a shape-shifter posing as the Sweetest Pie singer  (pictured April 2022)The show's head writer Jessica Gao said Megan Thee Stallion's cameo was a huge get for the show. 'We didn't even know that we could dream that big,' she admitted.
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Mark Ruffalo on Joining ‘She-Hulk’ and His Future With Marvel: ‘I’m Always Surprised That I’m Still Here’
Adam B. Vary Senior Entertainment Writer SPOILER ALERT: This story discusses plot elements from Episode 2 of Marvel Studios’ “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law,” currently streaming on Disney+. Mark Ruffalo barely hesitated when Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige and co-president Louis D’Esposito asked him if he’d be willing to appear on the Disney+ series “She-Hulk: Attorney at Large” as Bruce Banner and his giant green alter ego, Smart Hulk. During his interview with Variety, Hulk’s future within the Marvel Cinematic Universe seemed to be weighing on Ruffalo’s mind. The 54-year-old has been playing the character since 2012’s “The Avengers,” when he took over the role after Edward Norton parted ways with Marvel Studios following 2008’s disappointing “The Incredible Hulk.” Since then, Hulk has fought alongside Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) — all of whom have since departed from the MCU. Ruffalo’s Banner, however, has thrived, tussling with Thor on the trash planet of Sakaar in 2017’s “Thor: Ragnarok,” melding his Banner and Hulk selves into Smart Hulk in 2019’s “Avengers: Endgame,” and welcoming Shang-Chi to the MCU circus in the post-credits scene of 2021’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”
Jennifer Walters - Jessica Gao - How does She-Hulk fit into the Marvel universe and who will cameo in Disney+ series? - dailystar.co.uk
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How does She-Hulk fit into the Marvel universe and who will cameo in Disney+ series?
Marvel comics for years and finally she is making her Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) debut.She isn’t getting the big screen treatment though, but rather her own series on Disney+, expanding the already enormous back-catalogue of superhero content on the platform.Audiences will be unfamiliar with the character, as her bigger cousin has always overshadowed her in live action, so here is everything you need to know before the premiere.She-Hulk follows Jennifer Walters as she balances her up-and-coming law career with her reluctant foray into the superhero world when she becomes the titular character.She first appeared in 1980, in The Savage She-Hulk volume one, and her popularity on the page has skyrocketed since.One of her defining qualities is her Deadpool-style fourth wall-breaking quips as she is aware of the reader/viewer.Jennifer isn’t as strong as the Hulk, though what separated her from Bruce in the comics was her ability to retain her intelligence when she transforms.However, since Hulk has been intelligent while in his big-green mode since Avengers: Endgame, it is less clear how the two are distinct in the MCU.Fans have been praying for a World War Hulk adaptation for years, with many hoping the new series will see the green goliath return to his out-of-control rage by the end.There is a deluge of Marvel shows and films right now, with more content in Phase Four than phases one, two and three combined, and it isn't even over yet.It can make the timeline less clear, as films such as Black Widow jump around across the established sequence of events.In an interview with TVLine, She-Hulk head writer and executive producer Jessica Gao clarified where it fits into the timeline.She explained that it’s “not too far”
Tatiana Maslany - Jessica Gao - Kat Coiro - ‘She-Hulk’ Star Tatiana Maslany, Director and Head Writer Defend Marvel’s VFX Artists Amid CGI Criticism - variety.com
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‘She-Hulk’ Star Tatiana Maslany, Director and Head Writer Defend Marvel’s VFX Artists Amid CGI Criticism
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” team is defending criticism about the visual effects work in the Tatiana Maslany-led show, amid a recent wave of VFX artists speaking up about alleged poor working conditions for projects produced by Marvel Studios.“I feel incredibly, like, deferential to how talented these artists are and how quickly they have to work, obviously, like much quicker than probably should be given to them, in terms of like churning these things out,” Maslany told reporters during a virtual panel for the upcoming Disney+ series at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour Wednesday.Jessica Gao, who is head writer on the series, added: “It’s terrible that a lot of artists feel rushed and feel that the the workload is too massive. I mean, I think everybody on this panel stands in solidarity with all workers and is very pro-good working conditions.” “She-Hulk” director Kat Coiro noted that while she’s worked with VFX artists on the show, “we’re not behind the scenes on these long nights and days.”“If they’re feeling pressure we stand with them and we listen to them,” Coiro added.Maslany, Gao and Coiro had been asked by a journalist about their experiences with the “She-Hulk” VFX artists and “how you feel about the finished product,” noting that “there have been numerous accounts lately that VFX houses … they are feeling incredibly crushed by the studios in general and Marvel keeps getting called out.”Criticism specifically of Marvel Studios has been bubbling on the internet over the past few months, starting with anonymous posts on Reddit alleging overwhelming last-minute changes and poor pay for overtime.
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