Directors Kat Coiro and Anu Valia, who are currently working on the upcoming “ Woman-Hulk, ” appear to have confirmed that the Disney + series will have more than six episodes, as announced months ago (via ComicBook.com).
In his official Instagram, Coiro confirmed that he will direct and produce the pilot episode, the season finale, and four other chapters. In another post, Valia wrote that he “oversees a few episodes,” suggesting a season that runs from eight to ten episodes.
It’s worth remembering that Tatiana Maslany has been officially confirmed as the main protagonist, while Tim Roth will return as the villainous Abomination ten years after playing him.
For those who aren’t familiar, lawyer Jennifer Walters is Bruce Banner’s cousin and receives a blood transfusion from the Hulk after going between life and death when she is shot by bandits. Because of this, she ends up undergoing a transformation, becoming the Hulk Woman. Unlike her cousin, she manages to keep control of her mind, but her human appearance disappears for good.
Over the years, she has become a highly respected heroine and has been a part of the “Avengers”, “Defenders” and even the “Fantastic Four”.
Created by Stan Lee and John Buscema, it was introduced in Marvel comics in “ The Savage She-Hulk ” # 1, released in 1980.
Production is slated to begin filming in February 2021. Recordings are slated to take place in Atlanta, Georgia, where several recent Marvel Studios and Casa Mouse productions have been made.
Kat Coiro (‘Dial Friend to Kill’; ‘Broklyn 99’) will direct episodes of the series. Her other credits also include “Shameless”, “Modern Family” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”. In addition to directing, the filmmaker will also act as executive producer of the attraction, which is yet to be released.
Jessica Gao coordinates the editorial team.
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