Here's Why Returning As Abomination In Disney+'s She-Hulk Felt Difficult For Tim Roth

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Credit: Marvel Entertainment/YouTube Screenshot

Marvel fans are extremely thrilled about Mark Ruffalo's return as Bruce Banner to Disney+'s upcoming series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.

Featuring Tatiana Maslany's Jennifer Walters as the MCU's female counterpart of Hulk, Banner is set to mentor Walters as she navigates her new life as a green 6-foot-7-inch superhero. Along with the two, fans are also ecstatic about Tim Roth's return as Abomination, a role he last played in 2008's The Incredible Hulk.

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Returning as Abomination Felt Difficult for Tim Roth

However, amid the anticipation over his return as Emil Blonski aka Abomination, Roth recently revealed in an interview with Screenrant that it was difficult for him to return to the character.

"It was extraordinary. "They gave me a buzz and said, "Do you fancy it?" And I was like, yeah, yeah, why not? Again, I ran it by the boys and they're like, "Just do it." And so jumped in and into it, but I found it initially - which I think it's a positive as an actor - I found it difficult. "Just for the first couple of days. I was like, "Okay, what do I do?" and "How does this work?" Because I watched Marvel movies. I love watching them. When I'm traveling and stuff like that. Big Logan fan, big Deadpool fan, all of that. Fantastic stuff. But how do you do it? What's the language of it? And I think there's a similarity with Resurrection, too, in that you have to figure out a way."

Emil Blonsky's return as a Wellness Leader?

After Abomination's cameo in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, fans have been speculating about Roth's return as the gigantic villain. However, it looks like Roth would be playing a recovered version of Blonsky after a She-Hulk featurette teased a massive shift with the character following Titania (Jameela Jamil) and Walters at "Abomaste," a wellness retreat seemingly run by Blonsky.

Nonetheless, fans would surely unravel what substantial role Roth's Abomination would play in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law when it arrives on Disney+ on August 17.

Also read: She-Hulk: Attorney At Law First Clip Highlights Hilarious Training Of Jennifer Walters With Bruce Banner

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