Tatiana Maslany says role in Marvel's She-Hulk was only a rumour

Tatiana Maslany says she won't be smashing her way through Marvel's She-Hulk series.

The Regina, Sask.-born actress insists there's no substance to swirling rumours that she's signed to star as Jennifer Walters in the upcoming Disney Plus project, despite reports in a number of industry trades last month.

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