She-Hulk: Attorney at Law: Tim Roth Teases Hulk and Abomination Reunion

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Alongside Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters or the titular superheroine in She-Hulk: Attorney in Law, the latest Disney+ series also emphasizes Bruce Banner aka Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Emil Blonsky aka Abomination (Tim Roth), who brawled against each other in 2008's The Incredible Hulk. However, with Hulk heading into Sakaar in the second episode, can we expect the long-awaited Hulk and reunion Abomination to happen in the series?

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Speaking to EW, Roth revealed that Hulk would return to earth, and Banner and Blonsky would meet again, decades after the events of The Incredible Hulk.

"I was a couple of days in and they were deep into shooting and I had to do a scene with Mark Ruffalo and Tatiana, and I turn up early, because I'm always early, and I watched them doing stuff together. I watched them on camera and it was absolutely hilarious and really good. But then I watched them relating off-camera, and that was when the penny dropped for me. 'Oh, I get it. Okay, now I know.' How they were off-camera and then the bridge that took them into shooting, they showed me how to function in that world. And then I had so much fun."

Although there's no doubt that the scene was exhilarating, Roth admitted uncertainty if the sequence would be included in the series. He also noted that he is grateful for working with two talented Hulk actors, Edward Norton, and Mark Ruffalo:

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"It was great. I don't know if it's in there [in the episode], but there is a slight bit of confusion when I see him. We riffed on that a lot when we were shooting but I don't know if any of it made it in. 'You really put on weight,' that kind of stuff. It's very funny. But listen, I got to work with two great actors, that's the bottom line. Ed's fantastic, and Mark Ruffalo, I've always wanted to work with Mark Ruffalo, and I got to do it. That's pretty much a bonus. I'll take that."

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is available to stream on Disney+.

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