She-Hulk Star Jameela Jamil Actually Agrees with Titania Image Shade

Okay, can't say we saw this one coming because we thought Jameela Jamil's Titania looked great. So remember how we shared those preview images yesterday from Disney+ & Marvel Studios' Tatiana Maslany-starring She-Hulk: Attorney at Law? The ones focusing on Jamil, Maslany's Jennifer "Jen" Walters and She-Hulk, and her cousin Dr. Bruce Banner aka Smart Hulk (Mark Ruffalo)? Well, it would seem that there were quite a few folks with quite a few questions about what the deal was with Titania's hair… and not in a good way. Well, Jamil took to Twitter to respond to the criticism, and… she agrees. "Omg this photo," Jamil's tweet began. From there, she made it clear that she was willing to "accept every ounce of shade" about the image. But Jamil also defended her "excellent" hair stylist, revealing that the image was taken after a "14 hour stunt day in Atlanta heat" as well as "after being upside down." The Good Place star promised that her hairstylist "did a great job on the show," and then followed that up with a positive about the image: "Boobs look ok tho?"

Jameela Jamil as Titania in Marvel Studios' She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, exclusively on Disney+. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved.

Here's a look at Jamil's tweet, along with a TikTok video proving just how good the styled hairdo looks:

During a recent interview with Empire, Maslany shared why Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk was the right kind of comic book character for her to play on a relatable basis. "She really is the antithesis of most superhero narratives. There's this great element of denial in her that's relatable. For me, it was about rejecting what's happened for as long as I could, as that's what causes the fun tension between Jennifer and She-Hulk," Maslany explained. But there's also the matter of how Walters' new "superheroing" will add to the all-too-real tensions she's already feeling at her law firm. "She's in a career that's male-dominated and incredibly vicious and hierarchal," Maslany explains. "When she's heading this superhuman firm, that's where we get some really fun characters that she's either defending or in opposition of. It's like this really absurd take on a legal show."

To help prepare for the role, Maslany immersed herself in She-Hulk's comic book backstory and had co-star Mark Ruffalo (no stranger to being green) assist when it comes to the on-screen heroics. "We were so goofy, like two kids who had been handed shovels by our parents and told to go and play in the sandbox," Maslany revealed. But Maslany also found inspiration in the late musician Sophie, adding, "I always come back to Sophie, who's this amazing trans artist who unfortunately died last year. What I love about Sophie's music is this combo of organic and electrical, industrial-type sounds that felt connected to She-Hulk."

"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" follows Jennifer Walters as she navigates the complicated life of a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk.

Image: Marvel Studios

Joining Maslany in the Marvel Studios & Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is Jameela Jamil as Titania, a Marvel supervillain with incredible strength and a frequent rival of Jennifer's, Ginger Gonzaga (Kidding) as Walters' best friend, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Josh Segarra, Jon Bass, Anais Almonte, Nicholas Cirillo, and Griffin Matthews. In addition, Mark Ruffalo reprises his role as Bruce Banner/Smart Hulk, Tim Roth (Reservoir Dogs) returns as Emil Blonsky aka The Abomination, and Benedict Wong returns as Wong. Emmy award-winner Jessica Gao (Adult Swim's Rick and Morty) leads the writers' room & executive produces, with Kat Coiro executive producing and directing the pilot & additional episodes (E02-E04; E08; E09) of the legal comedy along with Anu Valia (E05-E07). Coiro, Gao, Kevin Feige, Louis D'Esposito, Victoria Alonso, and Brad Winderbaum executive produce, with Wendy Jacobson & Jennifer Booth co-executive producing.

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