She-Hulk Clips Reveal How Jennifer Gets Her Powers & a Major Change for Abomination

A new featurette for Marvel’s upcoming Disney+ series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, reveals several interesting details, including how Jennifer Walters gains her powers and how Emil Blonsky, AKA Abomination, has changed since we last saw him do battle with The Hulk. Coming courtesy of ET, the new footage reveals that Jennifer’s origin will undergo a change when compared to the comics. You can check out the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law featurette below.

As shown in the clip, Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) will become She-Hulk after some of her cousin Bruce Banner’s blood is accidentally transmitted to her following a car accident. This differs greatly from the comics, in which she is intentionally given a blood transfusion from Bruce after an injury. Framing her origin this way instead is likely to play a big part in the storyline of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, with Jennifer being given her super powers unintentionally and having no real interest in becoming a superhero.


As well as revealing the origin of She-Hulk, the footage also teases the return of The Incredible Hulk’s Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky, AKA Abomination. Not only will Blonsky now be able to transform at will (a big change from the comics), but this new featurette also reveals that the character has undergone a more personal transformation as well. Blonsky will be represented by Jennifer Walters in the series, with the former villain having been rehabilitated and now running a wellness retreat named “Abomaste.”

Roth has already teased changes in the Marvel bad guy, revealing that the Emil Blonsky in She-Hulk will be a far less serious take. “I did The Incredible Hulk years ago, just because I thought my kids would be embarrassed by it,” the actor said. “So when they came to me and said: “We’re adapting the She-Hulk thing. Can you come back as that character again?” I was like, sure. It should be fun. I was very surprised though because it was difficult at first. It was only when Mark Ruffalo came in to shoot his stuff that I went: ‘Oh, that’s how you do it! With a sense of humor!'”

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Will Bring Daredevil into the MCU


Not only will She-Hulk: Attorney at Law bring Blonsky back and introduce She-Hulk, but it has also now been confirmed that the series will finally bring Daredevil into the MCU. While Matt Murdock has already entered proceedings in Spider-Man: No Way Home, his alter ego has yet to be seen. Well, that is all about to change.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law creator Jessica Gao has now unequivocally confirmed that Charlie Cox will feature as Daredevil in the series, saying:

“I don’t think we ever, in a million years, thought that we would be allowed to use them, because we didn’t know what the status was of the character. And then, I can’t remember how, we got wind that he was coming back and that it was Charlie Cox, and we were like, ‘Wait, does that I mean we can use him? Are we allowed?’ And when they told us yeah, I mean, we couldn’t believe it, we thought we were being pranked.”

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is scheduled to premiere on August 17, 2022.