We are just a few days after the premiere of She-Hulk in Disney+. However, a select group of people already had the opportunity to see the first four episodes of the new MCU series. In this way, The first opinions are already available, and paint a favorable panorama.
Recently, members of the specialized press had the opportunity to see the first episodes of _she-hulk,where it is mentioned that Tatiana Maslany's performance as Jennifer Walters is one of the strongest elements of the show , this accompanied of a good humor. This is what has been commented so far:
Shehulk has a surprising amount of links with the rest of the past and the future of MCU and some scenes of legendary credits in each episode.
It is very easy to hook this program if you like fun.
I have seen the first 4 episodes of #Shehulk and this basically works at full speed for me. Tatiana Maslany is perfect and Jennifer's relationship with her cousin Bruce of her is very identifiable. He is incredibly charming and, most importantly, you worry a lot about Jen.
Shehulk is simply star. Start fast, very fast, but as I advanced, it grew in me and is easily one of my favorite MCU programs. The configuration is quite solid, but does a great job when settling in the MCU in a way that is respectful of the MCU and, more importantly, it makes sense as a story. Tatiana Maslany is amazing incredible incredible in this program. The way she plays Jen is simply to die and I die to see more. She-Hulk is, without a doubt, one of the best MCU programs to date, I can't wait for all of you to see it!
Now I have seen the first four episodes of #Shehulk three times, and they are all I want them to be, and much more. The show is cheerful, blatantly strange and tremendously entertaining. This establishes a new gold standard for what MCU programs are able to do.
Shehulk is… well.
Of the four projected episodes for critics, only the room really clicks as ‘Oh, this is how the program’ should work and then ends in a suspense that moves away from that.
The special effects are complicated, but the cast is lovely.
Apparently, she-hulk does not break with the provisions of the MCU. However, it does have a fairly strong cast that gives a clear identity to the series. We only have to wait for August 18 to check on our own if the series is worth it or not.
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It seems that she-hulk, once again, will be worth it for MCU fans, but those who are not fully in this universe, can feel alienated with comedy, how the fourth wall is broken, and some changes to the characters that we already know.