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She-Hulk Release Date: Disney+ Accidentally Makes Big Reveal

By Mabel Judith Andrady
May 16,2022

What is She-Hulk’s release date? When She-Hulk debuts on Disney+, the MCU goes green. While the series is being marketed as a half-hour legal comedy, it will reportedly break away from the usual MCU fare released on the popular streaming platform, meaning that it is meant to be far more comedic and irreverent than say, Moon Knight. Speculation has it that Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters, from Orphan Black, will break the fourth wall and speak directly to the audience, as she did in many of her original comic book appearances.

Bruce Banner, played by Mark Ruffalo, is on board for the ride, making his return after Avengers Endgame (and the post-credit scene of Shang-Chi). It is imperative that Bruce Banner be featured in the show if Jen’s traditional origins are to be explored, as Bruce’s blood transfusion is what transforms her into She-Hulk. She-Hulk footage suggests that Bruce will also be on hand to assist Walters to learn about her newfound powers.

Ms Marvel was originally rumoured to be the next Marvel Studios series to be cancelled. When it was revealed that Ms Marvel would be released on June 8, those rumours were put to rest. The rumour that the show wouldn’t premiere until the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023 because of VFX difficulties was also false.

What time does the fun begin? Perhaps Disney’s official announcement of this Marvel Studios show’s premiere date has been accidentally revealed.

When Is the Premiere Date for She-Hulk?


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She-Hulk will debut on August 17th, according to an apparently accidental posting on the official Disney website in the UK (via What’s on Disney Plus). The first episode will air five weeks after the conclusion of Ms Marvel and just under six weeks after the release of Thor: Love and Thunder in theatres.

A high-profile trailer or large event is typically how Marvel Studios announces its release dates. Marvel’s announcement of the She-Hulk release date is an anomaly, and given the lack of fanfare, it’s almost certain to have been an accident.

She-Hulk, of course, is a CGI-heavy show because of the nature of how Hulk-like characters are brought to the screen. Motion-capture performances by Maslany and Ruffalo in Hulk form will be used to transfer even the smallest movements of the actors to the computer-generated protagonists.

Only Bruce was shown in comprehensive as the Hulk in the brief excerpts of footage that fans have seen from the series. A shot from behind revealed that the special effects necessary to make She-Hulk a living being had not yet been completed. As a result, the Hulk appears in the trailer because the production already had the finished and polished CGI assets for him from Avengers: Endgame. This time around, Tim Roth will reprise his role as Emil Blonsky, better known as the Abomination.

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