After She-Hulk, Tim Roth Discusses His Character’s Future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: An Attorney
After nearly 14 years, Tim Roth made his MCU comeback in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Tim Roth last appeared in the MCU in 2008 when he played Emil Blonksy, also known as Abomination, in The Incredible Hulk.
Due to the fact that Edward Norton, who was eventually replaced by Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/The Hulk, portrayed the role in The Incredible Hulk, the MCU has very much intentionally sought to avoid addressing it.
After several years of crafting hugely successful blockbuster movies, the MCU now seems content to return to its roots, and in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, we got to see what Emil Blonsky had been up to throughout that time.
The character, who in 2008 had more of a rage-monster gone wild sense, is now calmer and more sensible, and he also seems to have much greater control over his powers.
Since the events of The Incredible Hulk, Blonsky has undoubtedly experienced a lot, including making amends with Bruce and nearly joining The Avengers, as shown by the episode.
Fans are starting to speculate about Emil Blonsky’s potential future in the MCU following She-Hulk: Attorney at Law in light of the character’s successful return to the franchise.
It’s improbable that Abomination, a significant figure from Marvel Comics, would have been brought back for the sole purpose of this show.
Tim Roth, who plays Abomination, said in an interview with ScreenRant that while he had a great time playing the character again, he is as aware as anybody else of the intentions the famously covert MCU authorities have for him. The way he put it was as follows:
“I’ll tell you what, I don’t know anything. I don’t know what they want to do. It’s fine; that’s on them. That’s what they do. But it’s fun. This was hard work, but it was fun at the same time. The good ones to have in your life are.”
MCU fans will just have to wait and see, as usual.