The Emmy winner for her work on Orphan Black will bring Jennifer Waters, Bruce Banner's cousin, to life.
DisneyPuls has already found its Hulk. Emmy winner Tatiana Maslany for her work on Orphan Black will star in She-Hulk, the series that prepares the streaming platform.
Variety reportedly brings Jennifer Waters, Bruce Banner's cousin, to live like this, which, due to an emergency blood transfusion from Bruce, will grant her the same gamma radiation powers as her cousin's, except that Jennifer manages to maintain her personality and intelligence, even when she transforms into Hulk.
She-Hulk will be written by Rick and Morty's screenwriter Jessica Gao with Kat Coiro as principal director of several of the episodes. For now, it is not known when Disney+ will premiere this new series, but Loki and Hawkeye could do so this 2021.
Tatiana Maslanay is known for her work on Orphan Black and has recently worked on the first season of HBO's Perry Mason with Matthew Rhys. While we look forward to more details, remember that Disney+ will premiere the long-awaited second season of The Mandalorian this October 30.