She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is Marvel’s latest series. This show created by Jessica Gao marks the debut of She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) in the MCU. This young lawyer named Jennifer Walters is none other than the cousin of Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), alias Hulk. After an accident, the latter saw her blood being infected by that of her cousin. It was then that she transformed into She-Hulk.
Despite her new superhero status, Jennifer continues to fulfill her role as a lawyer. And in the second episode of the series, he is offered to defend Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth), aka the Abomination. Despite the latter’s background, Jennifer has no choice but to accept so as not to offend her boss, Holden Holliway (Steve Coutler).
Recently, the actor who plays this character confided in his experience on the set of She-Hulk at the microphone of ComicBook.com.
Steve Coutler opens up about his preparation period
Steve Coutler said he rewatched The Incredible Hulk to prepare for his role in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. The actor said he’s seen the movie before, though he admitted he doesn’t remember it.
“I’ve seen all of these movies, but I don’t think they stick very well in our minds,” did he declare.
Watching this feature film, Steve Coutler wanted to know how he should embody his character.
“I had to go and watch that movie! It was exhausting! Because I wanted to have an idea. »
Steve Coutler also revealed that he did extensive research on his character’s history in the comics.
“I explored his story, and being an actor with an ego, I wanted to know what happened to him, because he had a few little adventures. »
The actor has indicated that he wants to be ” familiar ” with the character. Steve Coutler then slipped a little information on the relationship that Holden Holliway would have with Jennifer Walters.
According to him, the two characters could be led to develop a father-daughter relationship in the next episodes.