Tag: Tatiana Maslany

No She-Hulk Season 2, Says Tatiana Maslany

Jennifer Walters will have one more thing to complain about in her next drunken rant to her more famous cousin. During an appearance on a Twitch-streamed podcast called Codenames LIVE! – The New Class (which is unavailable, for some reason, but Total Film via GamesRadar has the rundown), She-Hulk...

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Charlie Cox Talks She-Hulk, Daredevil: Born Again Without Attacking Fans

Some people at Marvel still have class. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Charlie Cox discusses working on She-Hulk, when he was told Marvel wanted him back, and his hopes for Daredevil: Born Again. Most of it is fluffy stuff about his time on She-Hulk, but he has some important information...

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Tatiana Maslany on Daredevil, Bad Writing, She-Hulk Season 2

I don’t mean to harp on this topic, but the more the people behind She-Hulk: Attorney at Law speak in the wake of the finale, the more they confirm how bad this was always going to be. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, start Tatiana Maslany talks about the way the season (series?) ended...

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She-Hulk Team Admits to Attacking Fans and Marvel

In case you found She-Hulk: Attorney at Law too subtle, the three main creatives behind the show would love to tell you how much they hate you. In an interview with Variety, She-Hulk showrunner Jessica Gao, director Kat Coiro, and star Tatiana Maslany shared their disdain for Marvel fans and the ple...

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REVIEW: She-Hulk: Attorney at Law – Season 1, Episode 9 “Whose Show is It?”

“Whose Show is This?” is so bad I’m tempted to say it has to be seen to be believed, but recommending someone watch this show is tantamount to committing a war crime. She-Hulk’s season finale takes shots at Marvel fans, Marvel movies, Kevin Feige, and its own writers, while embarrassing a ho...

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REVIEW: She-Hulk: Attorney at Law – Season 1, Episode 8 “Ribbit and Rip It”

How bad is She-Hulk? So bad it screws up its main selling point, which it pretends isn’t its main selling point by constantly having Jen deny it. So bad it makes jokes about how poorly it’s written. So bad it breezes haphazardly through scenes revolving around one of the key attributes of its ma...

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