Evil entity answers Ruffalo as Banner as opposed to Ed Norton in She-Hulk.

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Entertainer Tim Roth of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law allegedly said Abomination would have a comment about Mark Ruffalo taking over from Edward Norton as Bruce Banner

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During a meeting with Entertainment Weekly, Roth discussed shooting arrangements with Ruffalo that tenderly perceived the Banner part had been supplanted.

There is a small measure of bewilderment when I see him, I couldn't say whether it's in there [in the episode], he commented.

 "While recording, we habitually riffed on it, yet I don't know whether any of it wound up in the eventual outcome. Like, "You most certainly put on weight," and comparative comments. It's clever.

In any case, tune in, primarily, I got to work with two great entertainers.

I get to work with Mark Ruffalo, who I've for a long time truly needed to, and Ed, who is superb.

Human partner of the Abomination The depiction of Emil Blonsky in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law contrasts altogether from that in The Incredible Hulk from 2008.