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Jameela Jamil Say's Titania Is Most Annoying MCU Villain ever in 'She-Hulk'

  Jameela Jamil claims that Titania in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is the most annoying MCU villain ever. Set to join an ever-growing roster o...

Jameela Jamil Say's 'She-Hulk’s' Titania Is Most Annoying MCU Villain Ever

 

Jameela Jamil claims that Titania in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is the most annoying MCU villain ever. Set to join an ever-growing roster of MCU Disney+ shows like WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, and Moon Knight, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law releases next month on the popular streaming platform. The show follows Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), a 30-something lawyer who also happens to have the ability to turn into a 6-foot-7-inch Hulk, a character pulled straight from the Marvel comic books of the same name.


Trailers for the show have teased some of what's to come in the latest MCU series, including the show's villain, Titania. The character makes a brief appearance in the newest She-Hulk: Attorney At Law trailer that was released as part of Marvel's SDCC panel and is shown bursting through a courtroom wall. The introduction of Jamil's Titania coincides with the reintroduction of another major Marvel villain, with Tim Roth's Abomination return also shown off in the series' latest trailer. Like Walters' She-Hulk, Titania possesses super strength, durability, and stamina, but the character obtained her powers differently in the comics, having been exposed to alien technology.


In a new Screen Rant exclusive interview from SDCC, Jamil reveals more about her new villain, claiming that Titania is the most annoying MCU thus far. The actor jokes that the character doesn't even need to use her super strength, and that "she could just annoy you to death." Jamil also describes Titania as "completely unselfconscious" and "so weird." Check out her full comment on her new villain character below:


Titania stands out because I think she's the most annoying of them, actually. I think she almost doesn't need to use her strength; she could just annoy you to death. And I think that is a superpower that we haven't really utilized enough.



She's also very glamorous. I like the fact that she's a bit curvy, and I like the fact that she's completely unselfconscious. She's completely unselfconscious and so, so weird. We'll see.


Aside from a brief glimpse in the She-Hulk: Attorney At Law trailer, audiences have yet to really see Titania in action, both in terms of her strength and her supposed annoyingness. With the upcoming show set to be more of a comedy than other MCU offerings, Jamil's new villain might actually fit well with this new tone. Although only briefly seen in the trailer, Roth's villain character also seems to be taking on a lighter tone this time around, in contrast to his more serious depiction in Louis Leterrier's The Incredible Hulk in 2008.


Although Jamil is clearly at least partially joking in her comment, the show does seem poised to occupy a unique place tonally in the MCU, with Maslany's She-Hulk also appearing to be very comedic with her breaking of the fourth wall. It remains to be seen where She-Hulk: Attorney At Law will fall in the broader spectrum of Disney+ MCU shows, but Jamil's Titania already sounds very different from other villains fans may be familiar with. Thankfully, audiences don't have much longer to find out with She-Hulk: Attorney At Law now less than a month away.



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