SHE-HULK: 5 Leaked New Details You Need To Know - Possible SPOILERS
Some supposed leaked plot details for She-Hulk have been revealed that drop some major spoilers about the Disney+ series, including a certain Man Without Fear's involvement in the wacky-sounding show!
She-Hulk is expected to debut on Disney+ later this year, and only a few snippets of footage have been shared thus far. We still haven't got a full look at the title character, but excitement is building, and a new leak claims to shed some light on what fans can expect from the wacky-sounding series.
As always, we're taking everything here with a pinch of salt as there's no way we can guarantee the validity of the information shared.
However, it's all quite believable, and lines up with a lot of other things we've heard about Marvel Studios' She-Hulk plans. In this breakdown, there's intel on Daredevil, future plans for Bruce Banner, news on the villains, and a lot of crazy-sounding plot details that include a mind-blowing cameo.
In case it wasn't obvious enough, be warned that lots of potential spoilers follow...
5. Big Changes For Bruce Banner
According to this leak, Bruce Banner first appears in the premiere's post-credits scene.
From there, we don't see the Avenger again until a later point in the season when She-Hulk's origin story is revealed. Despite appearing in his human form in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Mark Ruffalo reportedly stays Hulked out the entire season, with his latest persona described as not being that different to Avengers: Endgame's Professor Hulk.
Here's the kicker, though: The Hulk's son, Skaar, will somehow be revealed near the end of She-Hulk, introducing a major new player in the MCU.
In the comics, Skaar was conceived on Sakaar and served as both an ally and enemy to his father.
4. The Man Without Fear
Daredevil will reportedly feature in two episodes of She-Hulk after Jennifer Walters takes a case against a superhero tailor who Matt Murdock is defending. The Man Without Fear schools the hero in court, but after hitting it off over drinks, he offers her a spot in his Hell's Kitchen law firm.
The two heroes later fight before sleeping together, and Wong reportedly interrupts them at one point after appearing in Jen's living room via portal (Wong also appears in a courtroom scene defending Abomination). Described as "very much the same" Matt we saw in his Netflix series, it's reiterated that this Daredevil will don his red and yellow comic book suit.
Some of you, however, may be disappointed to learn there's no Jessica Jones in the Disney+ series.
3. Breaking The Fourth Wall
Tatiana Maslany reportedly gives a "witty, humble, and conflicted" performance as Jennifer Walters, and this leak repeats previous claims that the series features fourth wall breaks.
These supposedly start out as subtle, but eventually change the course of the series. We can't help but be confused by how that's going to work, but it's said that one late scene sees She-Hulk burst out of the screen to get help in rewriting an episode of the show from Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige.
How can that possibly factor in to She-Hulk's future MCU appearances? Your guess is as good as ours!
The source adds, "Plenty of the jokes landed, but some felt kinda low brow. Sometimes it feels like Harvey Birdman and other times it feels like typical MCU humor."
2. Post-Credits Surprises
The Marvel Studios TV shows have been surprisingly hit-and-miss with post-credits scenes, but She-Hulk is seemingly going to take full advantage of those stingers each week.
Some are comedic, like Wong watching The Sopranos (that's as much context as we have), while others have ramifications for the MCU's future, including Bruce Banner "flying off in a spaceship." There's one, in particular, that will address a long-standing question fans have had about the MCU.
Apparently, we'll learn that "Steve Rogers lost his virginity to a USO girl back in the 40s."
That solves that mystery, though we're sure Peggy Carter fans will have something to say!
1. She-Hulk's Villains
The Incredible Hulk star Tim Roth delivers a scene-stealing performance as Abomination, and actually spends most of his screen time in human form as Emil Blonsky. Jen befriends him after being assigned to his case and he's ultimately freed to start a mountain retreat for his fellow baddies.
Man-Bull, Baron Blood, and Porcupine all appear there, while Mr. Immortal is another of Jen's clients.
Elsewhere, Titania is described as an influencer who tries to sue Jen for calling herself "She-Hulk" and we'll meet the Intelligenica, a group of "women-hating incels" who have managed to turn their leader into a knockoff Hulk with "awkward proportions."
Oh, and William Hurt shows up to drop some Red Hulk and Thunderbolts teases.