'She-Hulk' Trailer Breakdown: Easter Eggs, References, and Parallels We Didn't Ask For

'She-Hulk' Trailer Breakdown: Easter Eggs, References, and Parallels We Didn't Ask For
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The female version of Hulk will smash our screens shortly after the debut of Ms. Marvel and the premiere of 'Thor: Love and Thunder'.

Marvel has revealed the trailer for 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law', providing the first look at Tatiana Maslany in the titular role alongside Mark Ruffalo 's Professor Hulk and a couple of other heroes we know and love.

And the trailer is filled with references, Easter eggs and hints.

Jennifer Walters is a lawyer and a cousin of Bruce Banner, but the two seem to have much more in common. Like Banner, Walters can transform into a large green beast when angry or scared, but she does not seem to crave the be a superhero or an Avenger.

In what may have been a reference to Tony Stark, Walters claims that being an Avenger is for "billionaires and narcissists, and adult orphans for some reason". However, it's not like she gets to choose.

She wants to continue being an attorney, and the fact that the show has a sub-title "attorney in law" quickly prompted many fans to think that Daredevil might make an appearance at some point.

However, she will have to learn how to transform, as Professor Hulk guides her through the process, which involves a glass cage that looks very similar to the one Loki prepared for Hulk in the original Avengers movie.

It also looks like a certain someone is making a comeback, as we can see Tim Roth and his character from 'The Incredible Hulk', Abomination, in the trailer.

Additionally, fans have spotted someone who they suspect might be… Frog-Man. And he looks like a power ranger.

But forget the real Easter eggs and references. Let's just say it as it is: She-Hulk does indeed give out a strong Fiona from 'Shrek' vibes, whether we like it or not.

'She-Hulk' premieres on August 17 on Disney Plus.