She-Hulk Cast and Crew Talk Create a Wellness Retreat for Abomination

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Take a flashy approach to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, presenting the stories of some franchise veterans and newbies in unexpected detail. One of the most exciting character arcs around the series is the story of Emile Blonsky/Abomination (Tim Roth), who seems to have been reformed since his evil days in Incredible Hulk. This week’s episode featured Blonsky’s life after his release from prison, and he drove with him to a spa attended by a group of baddies. In a new interview with Marvel.comThe cast and crew Strong woman Dive into how this retreat came to be — starting with script from staff writer (and fan-favorite comedian) Zep Wells.

“He’s been a Marvel fan his whole life, and he and another writer Cody Ziegler have had two encyclopedias of comics in the room,” lead writer Jessica Gao explained in the interview. “This was a Zeb episode and we basically showed this whole story of what Blonsky’s retreat was like and what kind of a rehab center it was, like a regression and therapy circuit for a lot of these guys who were former villains, but not as well known as a kind of seasoned villain on a level. street and who, even in this world, we are pulled from the depths of obscurity.”

“We wanted eccentric characters, we wanted characters who had distinct looks and also had some sort of weird trait to them so that it was like a fun combination. It was that kind of organized chaos in the therapy circuit,” Gao continued, before adding that one character always stayed on the undo list . “Porcupine was always Porcupine. Everyone was excited about this guy. We saw what he looked like in the comics and we, for sure, needed that guy sitting in the room.”

“We had such a great group of actors,” Gao added. “You really feel like these guys have spent some time working on themselves, they’ve bonded with each other, and you really feel like they’re really trying to use the new emotional tools that they’ve learned and they’re trying to use it to help Jane.”

Anu Valia, who directed the episode, described the therapy circuit sequence as “joy,” adding, “The entire second act is just room talking. It’s very different from what you’re used to. [in a Marvel show]. “

“I love these boys,” Valia continued. “I can’t tell you the many days we all spent together at that place, they were so fun. It was really like a therapy circle. Everyone had so much in common and we all enjoyed each other so much. I know Tatiana [Maslany] I love these guys, and they all loved them. What you see is very real.”

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