D23 Footage Teases She/Hulk and Daredevil’s Romantic Chemistry
With the upcoming episode six likely marking the return of the iconic hero, recently revealed D23 footage teases She/Hulk and Daredevil’s romantic chemistry.
Marvel’s newest Disney+ series is in full swing, and it has done brilliantly in bringing to life a character that has long been one of the most interesting in the massive Marvel pantheon.
There was a fair share of trepidation from fans, as Jennifer Walters seemed to be a character that was rather difficult to bring to life in live-action form, with the first five episodes of the project proving that not to be the case at all.
What the MCU has done is a near-perfect representation of who Jennifer Walters is, as her very unique form of comedy has worked wonders in this brand new format.
Tatiana Maslany is proving to be one of the brightest stars of the MCU’s rather exciting future, with her performances seemingly getting better every week, and pointing to a character that should eventually develop into being the mainstay of the Marvel Universe for years to come.
With episode 6 likely seeing the return of one iconic hero following a moment in last week’s episode, we discuss recently released D23 footage that teases She/Hulk and Daredevil’s Romantic Chemistry.
In a report from The Direct, it was stated that a clip from D23 revealed that one scene between the two characters could prove that romance may be in the air.
The scene showed the two on a rooftop seemingly laughing and discussing the difference between a goon and a henchman, with the joking eventually turning to Murdock admitting he can hear heartbeats; to which he says, “I can hear yours too. Your hearts beating pretty fast.”
This is reported to be followed by a nervous pause from Walters before they continue joking together and agreeing to take down some bad guys below.
Although we don’t think that the two will embark on any kind of romantic entanglement, it will be interesting to see where they take this story for the next couple of episodes.