I think Harmon would make for a pretty good She-Hulk, IMO. She can act, she's not hard on the eyes, and she can do some action scenes pretty well if Rizolli and Isles is anything to go by (my wife LOVES that show). Only drawback I do see is she needs more body mass if they go with make-up/body paint. If they go the CGI/mocap route, it won't matter what her physique is, the SFX will take care of that, and still have her look like the actress more or less. I do love her enthusiasm for the character, too.
My only concern is if Disney/Marvel would risk bringing She-Hulk to the big screen. The character isn't quite on the same level as any of the Avengers that I could see folks running out to go see a film. However, the character would be PERFECT for a TV series. I'm thinking it'd make a nice spiritual successor to the Lynda Carter Wonder Woman series - you got your female empowerment in spades, you got courtroom drama (She Hulk is a lawyer, after all), you'd have ample opportunity to break the fourth wall, a la the John Byrne comics, and you can have her throw down against a supervillain/monster every week. Plus with Disney at the helm for this, you'd see some pretty sweet make-up or CGI to bring her to life. And since they own ABC, it'd make for a strong draw for both the male and female demographics.
Again, just a thought.
Last edited by Timothy2251; Aug 5, '12 at 4:48 PM.
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