She-Hulk has reportedly signed Good Place star Jameela Jamil

She-Hulk has reportedly signed Good Place star Jameela Jamil

She-Hulk has reportedly cast star Jameela Jamil to take on the role of popular Marvel villain Titania. Jamil has joined the cast of She-Hulk to take on the role.

She-Hulk allegedly casts Good Place star Jameela Jamil as classic Marvel villain

The Marvel Cinematic Universe cast seems to be growing by the day, especially when it comes to Disney+ TV shows.

With several projects in various stages of development and production, the MCU is playing a ton of different roles as it expands the franchise.

This includes the series She-Hulk , which is currently filming in Atlanta. Tatiana Maslany is leading the cast of the series as the titular She-Hulk, and now she’s joined by The Good Place star Jameela Jamil, who is set to play her longtime nemesis.

According to a new report, Jamil has joined the cast of She-Hulk to take on the role of popular Marvel villain Titania.

In this MCU slasher comedy, Jamil’s Titania will be a social media influencer with a dangerous dark side.

At this point, it’s unknown how big of a role Titania will play in the series, but given her ongoing rivalry with She-Hulk, it wouldn’t be surprising if she turns out to be a major character.

Like many of the other Marvel shows on Disney+, She-Hulk is assembling a tremendously impressive cast.

Mark Ruffalo will reprise his role as the Hulk, aka Bruce Banner, Jennifer Walters‘ cousin.

She-Hulk’s lead writer is Jessica Gao, known for her work on shows such as Silicon Valley and Rick and Morty.

Everything looks set for She-Hulk to debut on Disney+ in 2022 and there is no doubt that more than one of us are looking forward to this great feat.

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