With filming currently underway for the series She-Hulk, one of the latest new entries in the cast Jameela Jamil released a Twitter post praising the series and expressing his joy in being a part of it.
The actress, who on the show will play Titania, the nemesis of Jennifer Walters, still can’t believe he’s part of this series Marvel, coming to Disney Plus in 2022.
Jameela Jamil will play Titania in She-Hulk
The actress Jameela Jamil joined Tatiana Maslany, who will play Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk, Mark Ruffalo And Tim Roth on the set of the new series of Marvel Studios centered on the story of Bruce Banner’s cousin.
Jamil will play Titania, a supervillain with incredible strength who has become She-Hulk’s regular enemy in the comics. On Twitter, the actress expressed her excitement about working on the project:
The show is so funny. I can’t believe I can do this damn job.
Man this show is SO fun. #Marvel I cannot believe I get to do this bloody job.
– Jameela Jamil ? (@jameelajamil) July 31, 2021
Jamil’s euphoria is understandable, since fans and audiences have long wanted to see She-Hulk arrive in the MCU. And Jennifer Walters couldn’t make an appearance without her nemesis, Titania. Jamil seems like the perfect actress to play her also thanks to her height.
The actress had also posted a video to show the training steps for her role on the show, demonstrating how great she was to make the most of the character.
Training. Training. Training. Pizza. Rom com. Training. Sleep. pic.twitter.com/lh23iD2hEz
– Jameela Jamil ? (@jameelajamil) July 23, 2021
Titania was created in 1984 by Jim Shooter, making an appearance in the Secret Wars series, soon became the main rival of She-Hulk, as well as a member of several groups of supervillains including the Lords of Evil and the Terrible Four.
His presence in the series of Marvel Studios it could guarantee her some appearances in future Marvel projects as well, with Phase 4 just getting underway. She-Hulk is expected to complete filming this month, to arrive on Disney Plus in the course of 2022.