She-Hulk Pitch Meeting

She-Hulk Pitch Meeting

Step inside the Pitch Meeting that led to She-Hulk: Attorney at Law!

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Marvel has been going absolutely bananas this year with their slate of Phase Four content being released on Disney+. It seems like every single week in 2022 there has been a new episode of some kind of Marvle property. The latest one to hit the tiny screen is She-Hulk starring Tatiana Maslany.

She-Hulk definitely raises some questions. Like what is this show trying to be? Why is Jennifer so amazing at being a Hulk right away? Does that fourth-wall breaking stuff feel kinda weird to anyone else in the grand scheme of the MCU? Can She-Hulk solve all problems moving forward by complaining to Marvel?

To answer all these questions, check out the pitch meeting that led to the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law!

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39 Responses

  1. Shady Doorags says:

    Never has the phrase “super easy, barely an inconvenience” more perfectly described how a character solved their problems.

  2. Chris Rosa says:

    Pitch meetings is seriously rising to an untouchable level of content. “ super easy, BARLEY an inconvenience” had me dying

  3. Johnny says:

    It’s so perfect how ryan can point out every detail about a tv show or movie and even the writters intentions, perfect pitchmeeting! 😁👌

  4. No Name No Face says:

    Holy shit the 4th wall bit was BRILLIANT. Did not expect this at all – so well executed.

  5. Hyggeliste says:

    Spot on handling of all the controversy in this show. This might be the most elegant pitch meeting of all time.

  6. John Connor says:

    This show is absolutely perfect for a pitch meeting

  7. ShawsOwn says:

    I feel like this Pitch Meeting had a bit of the Hulk in it as well. Really charming, smart, & a barely contained volcanic anger just below the surface.
    All in all, way to show the She-Hulk writers that doing what they did was super easy, barely an inconvenience.

  8. PR says:

    Ryan made more effort for this pitch meeting than the She Hulk writers 😂

    • Khonshu God of the Night Sky says:

      @Grzegosz Szwajn The message was having a bad show?

    • Grzegosz Szwajn says:

      so you think the show is like it is because the writers didnt put more effort into it? :DDDD

      the show is like this on purpose….its bc of the message

    • ATADEMO says:

      Actually, i’m pretty sure this took no effort at all. She Hulk already wrote all the jokes. Barely an inconvenience.

  9. Billy Badass says:

    I dn’t know if any of you where paying attention but he just call the lot of you BOTS….. XD…….. and he isn’t wrong

  10. Dante di Pietro says:

    The thing that seems to get missed a lot is that the Hulk is a manifestation of Bruce’s suppressed anger at his abusive father. Hulk doesn’t exist because Bruce can’t control his anger; Hulk exists because Bruce was TOO GOOD at controlling his emotions. The She-Hulk writers were trying to make a worthwhile point, but just did it wrong at every level because they did not know the material they were working with at all.

    • Deathbrecht says:

      @Emily Z It does make sense.

    • Emily Z says:

      @Deathbrecht That’s true. I do prefer the longer length Netflix style. I’m guessing the issue is they want to keep using big name MCU actors in most things and that costs tons of money.

    • Deathbrecht says:

      @Emily Z or maybe just, maybe there is a reason why the Netflix series are, well longer. To take more time here and there. The MCU series seem rather, Hasty and/or rushed at times with such things.

    • Emily Z says:

      @Deathbrecht Yeah, which would be fair, but Jen Walters is specifically talking to MCU Hulk. I mean, she’s still out of line in that scene and supposed to be wrong (she’s doing the whole “I don’t wanna be a superhero” whine that everyone does, and she’s objectively wrong and changes her mind at the end of the season), but that whole thing with his abusive dad doesn’t seem to have happened in the MCU.

      I don’t think she was supposed to be very sympathetic in that scene. And Smart Hulk tends to deflect sadness with humor, rather than talking about his pain, so I don’t see him bringing it up either.

      She probably should have brought up being a trial lawyer more, though. Lawyers have to learn to control themselves in court even when incredibly serious stakes are on the line.

    • Deathbrecht says:

      @Emily Z Dante de Pietro, might have meant Hulk in general and not just the MCU.

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