One of the plot points we have gathered within the first three episodes of She-Hulk is Tim Roth returning as Blonsky, aka Abomination. As Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) takes on his case to be released on parole, the big question in the show and for audiences is whether or not he has truly reformed. In an interview with TheWrap, the actor does not give anything away, but he addresses his character’s situation and whether he is a changed man or if he is playing the long game for a bigger, sinister plan.
“I think what was interesting was that that is the question with him. You’re dancing on a knife’s edge,” he said. “He’s had time to think, ‘what would work? Possibly, what would work?’ And who does he go to to help him. And why?”
In the interview, Tim Roth teased what’s to come with Blonsky in She-Hulk. To avoid spoilers, he jokes about figuring it out on his own, leaving us to think what could happen in the next six episodes. He also teased that there are plenty of people who “haven’t landed yet,” like the already confirmed Daredevil, who will be reprised by Charlie Cox as he dons a red and yellow suit. With the series in Los Angeles and the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen in New York, it is unknown how he will be tied into the show.
“Honestly, I’m still discovering it, maybe,” he said of what’s to come for his character.
Tim Roth teases what’s to come for Blonsky in She-Hulk
Tim Roth returning to the MCU in She-Hulk only scratches the surface of cameos in the series. Most Marvel shows have limited any cameos with an after-credit scene with Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) in Ms. Marvel and Don Cheadle’s James Rhodes, aka War Machine in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. So far, we have had Abomination, Wong (Benedict Wong), and we will get Daredevil. With the “haven’t landed yet” comment from the guest star and rumblings about cameos that surround every MCU series, it feels like anything can happen.
You can see what’s next for Tim Roth in She-Hulk as it hits Disney Plus every Thursday.