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She-Hulk’s Tatiana Maslany Reveals How Orphan Black Has Influenced Her MCU Performance (Exclusive)

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with She-Hulk: Attorney at LawTatiana Maslany has finally entered the superhero space — and it’s pretty safe to say she did it in an overwhelming way. The Disney+ exclusive series starred Maslany as Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk, a lawyer whose life – and sense of self – is forever changed when she acquires Gamma powers, and the ability to transform into a 6’7″ superhero. Since Maslany was first cast Once in the fall of 2020, fans were excited to see how she physically embodied both sides of Jane, especially after her Emmy-winning work on the BBC America series. Orphan black. The beloved series has seen Maslany play over a dozen genetically identical, but radically different, versions, often playing multiple characters in the same scene. Maslany also revealed to ComicBook.com in an exclusive post interview Strong woman Conclusion, her work on orphan black It definitely influenced her debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially in terms of how others viewed her.

“Oh, sure,” Maslany revealed in our interview, which you can check out above. “I mean, just in terms of character expression, like the details that change the way you move across a room or hold onto your body. It was definitely something different with this, as it was less like physical movement, as it was about how people look at me, and that’s definitely something I tested it in it orphan black. Even while walking on set as a different character, the crew would look at me differently, you know? And I was looking at myself differently in the mirror. So, there is something about internalizing this external perception that changes how you feel about who you are. This again seems like an extended topic that I’ll explore next Strong woman, where you looked a certain way, depending on how you present it. And what does that say about her? What does that say about how people treat it? And all that.”

Will Strong woman Getting a second season?

At the time of writing this report, Strong woman It has not been confirmed that it has been renewed for a second season at Disney+. This isn’t entirely out of the ordinary in the MCU Disney+ show scene, as nearly all of them were stand-alone stories that later fed into movies or other properties, outside loki. But as Maslany told us, the events of the ending – including Jen’s match with “KEVIN” – definitely put Jen in a new position.

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“I loved it,” Maslani explained. “I wasn’t expecting it at all. When I came off the Disney+ platform, I was blown away. Then this conversation with KEVIN, where she was able to take back her story, refocus herself as a leader in her field of life, and kind of keep it simple and really contained. And that always is. And, for me, the reason I’ve always resisted doing something big with Marvel, “is because I was like, ‘It feels so impersonal, like it’s not about people.’” But that’s what you give her back to, and I just love it.”

Season 1 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Now available to stream exclusively on Disney+. If you haven’t checked out Disney+ yet and want to give it a try, You can do it here.

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