In the new Marvel series, Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner discloses a humorous benefit of being the Hulk to Tatiana Maslany’s She-Hulk.
In a new clip from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Bruce Banner reveals a humorous perk of being the Hulk. Mark Ruffalo reprises his role as Banner/Hulk in the new Disney+ series introducing Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk, portrayed by Tatiana Maslany of Orphan Black.
Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination, Jameela Jamil as Titania, Benedict Wong as Wong, and Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil have also joined the cast.
Since 2012’s The Avengers, Ruffalo has portrayed the Hulk, succeeding Edward Norton, who portrayed the character in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk.
Since then, Ruffalo has appeared in a number of MCU films, with his most recent appearance occurring in the post-credits scene of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Due to a licencing dispute with Universal Pictures, which has “the right of first refusal to distribute any future solo Hulk pictures,” Hulk can only feature in multi-character films in the MCU and not in solo films.
Banner’s next MCU appearance will be She-Hulk, in which he will play a mentor role for his cousin Jennifer, who is also green.
In a new Marvel trailer from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Ruffalo’s Banner is seen instructing Jennifer on how to control the negative parts of her newfound abilities.
While Walters is able to learn these features with easily, the conflict between her superpowers and her desire to become a lawyer frustrates her. Banner, however, delivers his cousin some good news when he reveals an advantage of their Hulk sides. View the video clip below:
Numerous aspects regarding the Hulk’s state have been disclosed over his several MCU appearances, including information on his highly invulnerable body and how he cooperates with Banner. Now, a new, entertaining component has been added to the ever-expanding list.
While Jennifer will have more pressing concerns than drinking during She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, it is entertaining to imagine a scenario in which Bruce learns his newfound ability to get drunk without feeling sick and celebrates in some way. This demonstrates that the hero’s life has not been entirely bleak.
The exchanges between Bruce Banner and Jennifer Walters in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law are entertaining to see because they create a great family dynamic, which adds more personality and drama to the proceedings.
Ruffalo has already defined the character of Banner/Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is a welcome addition to any Marvel film. Maslany is now tasked with bringing She-Hulk to life in a comparable manner.
Fortunately, it looks that the CGI has vastly improved since the first concerns, allowing Maslany’s acting to stand out without being weighed down by substandard effects. If this clip is any indication, Bruce and Jennifer will be a fantastic Marvel combo.