We’ve only had access to the first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law for a little over a week, but we’re already completely hooked on the superhero spin-off.
To begin, it is exciting to see Tatiana Maslany, who portrayed each of the main characters in the critically acclaimed television series Orphan Black, join the cast of a big Marvel franchise among the likes of Mark Ruffalo and Jameela Jamil.
Tatiana plays the role of Jennifer Walters, a successful attorney. The latter mistakenly changes into a hulk after receiving blood from her cousin, the giant Bruce Banner, also known as the original Hulk.
This transformation takes place as a result of an accidental blood transfusion from Bruce Banner. And much to his astonishment, Jennifer can morph into She-Hulk without exploding into uncontrolled wrath whenever she does so.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Spreading an Important Message
There is a specific sequence in the movie in which Jennifer explains to Bruce how she can maintain control of her wrath. She boasts, “I’m very good at keeping my cool under pressure.” I do that all the time, such as when I’m being catcalled in the street or when inept males try to explain to me something that is within my area of expertise.
“I do it pretty much every day because if I don’t, people will accuse me of being emotional or difficult, or I may simply end up being killed,” she said. Because I do it an immeasurably greater number of times than you do, I have thus become an expert at keeping my temper in check.
Many admirers have rushed to social media to express their admiration for the scenario. One of them tweeted something along the lines of “#shehulk could really be the first time some young males hear a woman talk frankly about situations. Like this.” Even if it may not seem that way, it is of the utmost significance.
Another viewer said, “The sequence in which Jen describes how she is able to manage her wrath was without a doubt my favorite part of this episode.” Being a male, it’s not something I’ve given much thought to.
It also helped me appreciate the fact that women were responsible for writing and directing this program. The hashtag “#SheHulk.”
Also, a fan tweeted the following: “The first episode of #SheHulk was mostly on the significance of learning to tolerate discomfort. I really like how they integrated genuine difficulties that women face on a daily basis, such as being referred to as emotional or being called names like a cat. It only demonstrates that women have a far better handle on their rage than males do.