Jameela Jamil Joins SHE-HULK as Titania
In an article posted to The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday, June 10th, 2021, it was revealed that Jameela Jamil will be appearing in the upcoming She-Hulk series on Disney+ as the antagonist, Titania!
If you’ve heard of Jamil before, that’s not a surprise. The English actress, model, writer, and advocate is very outspoken.
You may also know her from her starring role as Tahani Al-Jamil on the NBC sitcom The Good Place.
And hey, if you’ve seen the first episode of Loki, which is now available for streaming on Disney+, you’ll see another familiar face from the after life, as well… Okay, it’s Eugene Cordero.
If you’re a Disney geek (like me), you may also recognize Jamil’s voice!
She had a voice acting roles on Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous as well as on the excellent 2017 Disney XD reboot of DuckTales, in which she played the recurring role of Gandra Dee.
The Expanding She-Hulk Cast
Jamil is the latest addition to a cast that gets more and more exciting.
First, there’s the eponymous role of She-Hulk, also known as Jennifer Walters, Marvel Studios has cast the talented Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany.
And we already know that Jennifer’s cousin, Bruce Banner, A.K.A. the Incredible Hulk, will be appearing in the series about the green-lawyer (and Mark Ruffalo has already been spotted on set)!
Then there’s the surprising news that Abomination (Tim Roth), who you may remember from The Incredible Hulk, will be appearing in the series, along with the rumored return of Liv Tyler as Betty Ross.
Plus, Renée Elise Goldberry is playing the mysterious part of “Amelia,” an enigmatic character who does not have an obvious Marvel Comics counterpart.
She-Hulk is Smashing Soon
What characters are you most excited to see smash their way into the half-hour comedy style show when She-Hulk arrives on Disney+? Will we end up seeing Shulkie defending herself (or a Variant client) against Judge Renslayer when She-Hulk is released? Let us know which cause of action you want to see the TVA answer for in the comment section!