Marvel Studios is storming ahead with its upcoming slate of Disney+ shows, with Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision and Loki all currently in production, and Ms. Marvel due to start this April. And it doesn’t look like they’re showing any signs of slowing down, as according to Charles Murphy of Murphy’s Multiverse, She-Hulk is set to begin production in Atlanta in July.

She-Hulk was announced last year at D23, alongside Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight, and while we have no idea who’ll be starring in the title role – casting reportedly began late last year – we do know that Rick and Morty writer Jessica Gao will serve as head writer for the series. Rumors have also pointed to Liv Tyler‘s long-absent Betty Ross making a return for the series, but we have no confirmation on that as-of-yet.

As for when we can expect the series, Kevin Feige has said the series should be “ready” by the end of the year, and according to Murphy, we can probably expect to see the series hit Disney+ sometime in the latter half of 2021.

Source: Murphy’s Multiverse