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She-Hulk Will Answer A Burning Question About This Original Avenger

With the premiere of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" nigh, fans have been positively glutted with details, tidbits, and teasers. After the initial trailers and teasers received less-than-stellar responses — mostly criticizing the state of the CGI, to which Marvel and Disney+ responded quickly — the discourse seems to have returned to speculation over the fun and excitement producers want us to hone in on.

By now, we know that Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), aka She-Hulk, will be breaking the fourth wall, though not in the same controversial storytelling way as the comics. Her cousin Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) will be along for the ride, while Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Wong (Benedict Wong), and Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) will also be making appearances.

We also have been given a few details that build out the show's somewhat idiosyncratic format. As a legal comedy based in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we should expect some comedic elements. And one, in particular, courtesy of both Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige and head writer Jessica Gao, will be answering a burning, juicy question about one of the most iconic Avengers.

She-Hulk will give us a definitive answer about the status of Captain America's virginity

When speaking with Variety's' Adam B. Vary, Jessica Gao discussed a scene in the first episode of "She-Hulk" when Jennifer straight-up grills her cousin Bruce about whether Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), aka Captain America, is a virgin. 

"There used to be a season-long runner where the thing that is constantly gnawing away at Jen is this question of whether or not Steve Rogers had ever had sex," said Gao. "You just regularly see her like googling it, talking about it. You got the sense that she was just constantly pestering people in her life, this question that was burning away at her soul."

To be entirely fair, Jennifer is not the only one who has pondered Steve's romantic adventures. The summer and fall of 2021 saw a full-on debate about it. Even the writers of the "Captain America" trilogy were forced to say something. One would think that would put an end to speculation. Apparently not. According to Gao, the answer has been provided by Kevin Feige himself and will be relayed to inquiring minds in "She-Hulk."

"I can't describe to you how thrilled and shocked I was that not only was Kevin on board with answering the question, that he supplied me with the canon answer," Gao revealed. Fans will finally get clarity when "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" drops on August 18.