Marvel has a new animated show on the way, and the first trailer is finally here.
Hit-Monkey follows a Japanese snow macaque on a killing spree to avenge the death of his former mentor, Bryce, voiced by Ted Lasso actor and producer Jason Sudeikis. Despite being dead, Bryce has a major presence on the show, as he turns into a ghostly AI who guides Hit-Monkey.
The trailer is as rubbish as it sounds and teases the presence of Olivia Munn and George Takai on the show. see below.
This monkey is looking for the truth…but first he needs a suit. @HitMonkey will premiere on November 17th only on @Hulu: https://t.co/ixJG02BXp8 pic.twitter.com/tZhI3urXbYSeptember 20, 2021
Hit-Monkey was commissioned by Marvel before the superhero studio pushed the new Disney Plus show. As with MODOK, the new series will be released on Hulu in the United States and has no connective tissue to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. In fact, Marvel’s shows on Hulu were originally conceived as being part of a separate shared universe, with team-ups like Avengers meeting modoc and hit-monkeys like The Offenders, though the plans were scrapped. When MCU maestro Kevin Feige took over Marvel. TV output.
Jordan Blum, who co-produced MODOK with Patton Oswalt, serves as co-creator of Hit-Monkey with Will Speck (Office Christmas Party, Switched). “[Hit-Monkey]”A character who is violent and temperamental, but also deeply wounded and innocent,” Blum told Entertainment Weekly While previewing new shows.
Meanwhile, Sudeikis is winning an Emmy for Ted Lasso, and Munn is busy with roles in Netflix’s America: The Motion Picture and The Getaway.
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