Marvel’s She-Hulk television series for Disney+ has received an apt working title before heading into production…
There has been a lot of intrigue in regards to the big and small screen chapters for Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a lot has been riding on the development of the Disney Plus TV shows – which fans are looking forward to since the push-back of cinematic releases like Black Widow, The Eternals and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
One of those shows is She-Hulk and it seems that the show – which centers on the part-time lawyer and part-time emerald-skinned superhero of the same name – now has a working title. Revealed via Comicbook.com, the She-Hulk series is being listed on Production Weekly under a the working title of Libra.
What does She-Hulk’s working title mean?
Unsurprisingly, Libra is quite a fitting name for the character Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk. Libra is the seventh-star sign in astrology and is one of three elemental air signs in the zodiac. Its symbol is a pair of scales based on the Greek Titan, Themis – the personification of divine law and custom. Yes, the symbol is connected with the field of law, making Libra the perfect working title for its titular lawyer.
As of late, the series She-Hulk has been the center of conflicting reports as Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany was reportedly cast as the titular character but the actress subsequently denied these claims, leaving fans a little confused as to what’s actually happening in regards to the leading lady.
Despite this, production is rumored to begin sometime in February 2021 and Kat Coiro has already been hired to direct the series, so it should not be much longer before we hear of news that confirms the truth about who’s leading She-Hulk.
What do you think of the working title for Marvel’s She-Hulk? Do you believe Tatiana Maslany is not cast as the Jade Giantess? Who would you like to see play the character? Let us know in the comments below!