She-Hulk director unsure if series will return for season 2
Kat Coiro spoke to RadioTimes.com about returning to the franchise, and whether Marvel would greenlight She-Hulk season 2.
Now that She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has come to an epic close, fans will be wondering what's next for Tatiana Maslany's Jennifer Walters.
Despite the She-Hulk ending suggesting Jen and her green alter ego She-Hulk could have her own solo movie and a season 2, nothing has been confirmed by Marvel as yet.
And it seems that things are very much in the air at the franchise, with She-Hulk's director Kat Coiro suggesting it would ultimately be up to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.
"You know, I leave that question to Kevin [that's Feige, not the AI in the She-Hulk finale]," she told RadioTimes.com, "because he balances the MCU in his brain, and who knows what plans he has for She-Hulk in the future."
As for whether she would return to Marvel, Coiro added: "I'm working on a new series at Disney Plus at the moment [The Spiderwick Chronicles], and I've got two films in the pipeline, but I would always come back to play in the Marvel sandbox."
Whether that sandbox is another season of She-Hulk, a potential solo movie or something else entirely remains to be seen.
Additional reporting by David Craig.
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