Anthony Mackie Praises ‘She/Hulk’
He is slated to be the MCU’s Captain America for the foreseeable future and has glowingly spoken about its newest series, as Anthony Mackie Praises She/Hulk.
Marvel’s newest hero is her, and there is no denying that she is here to stay, as the story of Jennifer Walters has been one of the most entertaining projects that Marvel has ever created.
A character that has long been one of Marvel’s most interesting, She/Hulk has always had a very unique place in the mythology of Marvel comics, and despite a lot of uncertainty about how she would fit into the MCU, it has been a perfect addition that has done the character justice.
The creativity of writer Jessica Gaoa and directors Kat Coiro and Anu Vaila has proven perfect for bringing this corner of the Marvel world to life, and have done so in a way that feels perfectly unique to the MCU that we know
Tatiana Maslany has been brilliant in bringing the very unique hero to life, proving with every passing episode that she is not only the perfect choice to play the role, but that she is invaluable to the future of the Marvel Universe.
And one of her fellow MCU heroes has already proven to be a fan, as during an interview with IMDB, Captain America himself, Anthony Mackie, praised She/Hulk and what Marvel has done with it.
#CaptainAmerica: New World Order star @AnthonyMackie spills about upcoming adventures for his Avenger character, his brother-for-life #SebastianStan, and the #SamWilson scene he still laughs about after all these years in the #MCU. https://t.co/86aJrva8wp pic.twitter.com/dgiY1VYki1
— IMDb (@IMDb) September 19, 2022
Mackie stated, “I’m excited, She/Hulk was great! The last series to come out on Disney+. It’s just different than their norm. You could see MARvel giving writers the opportunity to spread their wings and look at the Marvel Universe in a different way.”
Relating that to his own journey on Captain America: New World Order, Mackie stated, “So, Malcolm Spellman and I have been going back and forth. It’s really unique to see how the character and the Universe are evolving.”