She-Hulk’s Jameela Jamil hopes to see Titania back in the MCU
Exclusive: Jameela Jamil, who plays Titania in the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law series, shares her thoughts on the character’s future in the MCU.
Jameela Jamil, who plays Titania in She-Hulk: Lawyer series, opens up about the character’s future in the MCU. She-Hulk explored how being imbued with the Hulk’s powers affected the daily life of Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters, the cousin of the MCU’s Hulk, Bruce Banner. As Jennifer struggles with her newfound abilities, she encounters Titania, an antagonist who tries to steal She-Hulk’s name in order to exploit it for brand recognition. Titania appeared in several episodes of the show’s first season, acting as a unique villain within the MCU who chose business over violence in an attempt to thwart the hero.
In an exclusive interview with Screen RantJamil discusses Titania’s potential future in Marvel’s ever-growing franchise afterward She-Hulk: Lawyer. Jamil’s enthusiasm for Titania is evident, saying: “I love playing this character.” However, his return seems to be entirely in the hands of the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige. Check out Jamil’s comments on Titania from Screen Rantthe exclusive interview below:
“I’d love to, but I have no idea. I think we’ll have to wait and see. Kevin [Feige]has the next phases mapped out. And so it depends on where we can fit me in and what works for schedules and stuff. But I’d happily play Titania until she’s so big she looks like a ball sack. I love playing this character.”
Where can Titania go in the MCU after She-Hulk
with She-HulkAimed to be a courtroom drama, Titania made a different villain choice that perfectly suited the needs of the show. While her introduction forced Jennifer to transform into her She-Hulk form in the courtroom and saw her take out Titania with a single punch, her subsequent interactions tended to stray from all-out brawls, rather than seeing them verbally clash over a lawsuit. The season finale meta twist even stopped a potential showdown. This setup allowed Jennifer to play with her skills as a lawyer, leaving her strength and endurance as a superhero on the back burner for much of the time. She-Hulk: Lawyer season 1
Titania is known as She-Hulk’s antagonist, even becoming one of her main villains in the comics. While their motivations and origins are simple, they can hint at what’s next for the character. Titania began her life as Mary MacPherran, a beleaguered young woman who wanted nothing more than to stand up against those who sought to torment her. He received his powers thanks to Doctor Doom’s technology, which gave him super strength to fight the Beyonder in Marvel’s 1984. secret wars miniseries Knowing this Avengers: Secret Wars is slated for the MCU means Titania’s origins may get a chance to be explored, with her even making a cameo in the film. Additionally, the introduction of Doctor Doom appears to be on the horizon, giving another possible opportunity for the character’s return. There is also always the possibility of a She-Hulk: Lawyer season 2, which could bring Titania back for more episodes.
So while Titania’s future in the MCU is still unknown, the character has several prospects down the road that could see her return to the franchise. She may not be one of the most prominent villains in Marvel history, but the current slate of projects in the MCU looks promising. With Jamil excited to continue playing the character and the MCU still going strong, She-Hulk: LawyerThe villain of may get another chance to shine.
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