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Marvel Studios’ Disney+ Series ‘She-Hulk’ Reportedly Eyeing a 2021 Production Start

Marvel Studios’ Disney+ series She-Hulk was originally supposed to start production on July 6. Sadly, due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the studio had to make some changes to the production schedules of their various projects. Now, with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier back in production, and other projects to follow, it looks like the studio has a new production start for She-Hulk mapped out.

According to The Direct, production for She-Hulk is set to begin in February 2021, in Atlanta, Georgia, where most of the series have/will film, including, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Loki, and Hawkeye.

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The studio is currently looking to cast a 30-40 year old women to play Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk. In the comics, Walters is Bruce Banner’s cousin, and became She-Hulk after Bruce provided her with blood in order to save her life. It’s unknown of the Disney+ series will remain faithful to this origin story. 

Jessica Gao (Rick and Morty) is currently penning the script. Mark Ruffalo will also appear as the aforementioned Bruce Banner. Previous reports have come out stating Thunderbolt Ross could be making an appearance in the series, and will be the debut of Ross’ alter-ego the Red Hulk. Also reports surfaced that Liv Tyler would be reprising her role as Betty Ross, the daughter of Thunderbolt.

The series will be apart of Marvel Studios Phase Four, which starts with Black Widow in November.

Source: The Direct

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