Tim Roth's return as the enormous villain Emil Blonsky aka Abomination caused a lot of conflict for the MCU newcomer Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) in Disney+'s latest series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
Although Blonsky claims that he is now a reformed Zen guy, far from the raged villain who fought Jen's cousin Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner), it's hard to figure out if he is actually genuine about living a proper life and if he is no longer interested in becoming a villain. As She-Hulk progresses, fans believe that Blonsky's redemption is just a con for him to get out of the high-security prison. Thankfully, Abomination actor Tim Roth finally has an answer.
In an interview with ScreenRant, Roth confirmed that the Abomination will return in the next episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Along with that, the actor seemingly fueled speculations about Abomination's covert villainous intentions. See Roth's full quote below:
"What I loved was — and I encouraged it, and I hope this is there —dancing on a knife's edge [with Blonsky]. When he says something about his changes or treatment; when he's doing all of that... Is he though? And they believe him! So, that's good. But where do we go with that? I love having that in the character. If you have mastered the monster, which he claims he has, then he has it under control. But control to do what? Control of what and to what end? And that's the journey. It's such fun."
In a previous interview, Roth said that Abomination and Hulk would meet once again at a future episode in She-Hulk. However, will it be a reunion or fans will finally witness a rematch between the two gigantic raged characters?
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is available to stream on Disney+.