A terrific role. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+ will bring Megan Thee Stallion into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In an article, the Grammy Award winner’s future role on the superhero TV programme was announced.
The upcoming musical comedy F-king Identical Twins from A24 also has Megan, 27, in it. She previously had an appearance on Good Girls on NBC in 2020, and then she made a cameo appearance on P-Valley on Starz in July.
The actor from Houston has increased his concentration on performing with the new roles, but he won’t stop there. The “Hot Girl” performer told The Cut that seeing people like Queen Latifah and Ice Cube motivates her to pursue her passion beyond music.
I don’t feel like I’m just going to be an actress; I feel like I’m going to be a director and a producer, too,” she said. Her co-star in P-Valley, J. Alphonse Nicholson, noted that Stallion have the aptitude required for filmmaking.
The actor, 37, told the publication that she “I think has it in her tool bag to do anything.” “You could imagine her in a period piece, whether she plays a person in the 1960s trying to break through, or whether she’s in a futuristic sci-fi movie, where she’s out here kicking ass and battling on some Marvel stuff.
Considering that she exudes that glow, I believe she could bring it all to the table. Following Jennifer Walters (Emmy Award winner Tatiana Maslany), who becomes a Hulk after contracting her cousin Bruce Banner’s blood infection, in Marvel’s She-Hulk, which made its television debut earlier this month on Disney, is Tatiana Maslany.
She is the ideal superhero since she has considerably greater control over her abilities than Bruce (Mark Ruffalo). Jen, however, is determined to lead a typical legal career and resist letting her environmentalist side rule her life.
Although it is unknown what character Megan will play in the half-hour comedy, it appears likely that she will appear in some action scenes.
Along with Nicholson revealing that the rapper is a “whooping ass” on the Marvel TV series, speculations of the rapper’s involvement with the film originally surfaced earlier this year when stunt performer Marche Day’s resume mentioned a position as Megan Thee Stallion’s duplicate on She-Hulk.
The “WAP” singer could co-star onscreen alongside a number of actors, even if Tatiana Maslany is the main attraction. Additionally featured in the cast are Renée Elise Goldsberry, Ginger Gonzaga, Josh Segarra, Jameela Jamil, and Jon Bass. Daredevil actor Charlie Cox will also return in this project.