Tatiana Maslany explains why She-Hulk doesn’t struggle with anger like Hulk did in the beginning
The latest upcoming Marvel series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, will air in just a few days on the Disney+ streaming service.
The show centers on Jennifer Walters, portrayed by Tatiana Maslany, who is the cousin of Mark Ruffalo’s well-known Marvel actor, Bruce Banner, also known as the Hulk.
Jennifer’s life is completely turned upside down when she is involved in a car accident and has her blood polluted with Bruce’s, giving her the same powers and transforming her into She-Hulk.
Jennifer continues to try to maintain her life as a lawyer despite acquiring Hulk-like abilities, and occasionally things get interesting.
Fans have countless questions, and while all of them will eventually be answered once the show is launched, some of them are already being addressed as a result of Tatiana’s press tour.
Fans have been baffled by the fact that Bruce’s transformation into the Hulk is spontaneous and brought on by angry outbursts, for instance.
Rage and the absence of any human qualities at all, including the ability to speak clearly, are the hallmarks of his Hulk transformation. In other words, the Hulk was a monster in his early years. It took Bruce Banner a long time to learn how to control his Hulking, but once he did, he was able to develop the Smart Hulk persona.
Jennifer, on the other hand, appears to have everything under control and figured out from the beginning in the case of She-Hulk. Tatiana Maslany provided an explanation of how that is possible during her appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The actress provided the following details:
“Because it is socially expected of women to suppress and regulate their emotions in order to survive.” She then exclaims, “I’m so adept at controlling my fury. I deal with that all the time. I have to face my fear all the time. She may therefore move through it without any difficulty. “
As a result, Jennifer has a lot of expertise in managing her anger. Fair.