It's been nearly a week since She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiered its finale episode but we're still finding out interesting tidbits about Episode 9 that most of us failed to catch the first time around. The mind-blowing conclusion ended in the most "anti-MCU" way possible with Jennifer Walters breaking the fourth wall to control how the entire episode would end.
The episode, titled "Whose Show Is This?" started off in an unexpected fashion with Marvel Studios recreating the iconic intro from the 1978 The Incredible Hulk series starring Bill Bixby as Bruce Banner and Lou Ferrigno as the green goliath.
What fans may have failed to realize is that the non-CGI'd version of She-Hulk who appeared in what turned out to be a dream sequence was actually played by a man and not some jacked-up woman. In a video posted on Tiktok, actor Devon Lewis revealed that he served as Tatiana Maslany's body double for the short sequence and he sure wasn't kidding when he said a lot of people didn't realize that version of She-Hulk was portrayed by a dude.
Lewis says in the video: "A lot of people still haven't realized that She-Hulk was played by a man... Yes motherf---ers, that's me."
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The much talked about finale episode set up a couple of projects, including Mark Ruffalo's long overdue solo Hulk film and a second season for the "divisive" MCU series. Hopefully, Marvel Studios has in fact greenlit both projects.
All episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are now streaming on Disney+.