Not a week without a controversy related to ‘She-Hulk: Lawyer Hulka’! After half the world went crazy – for better or worse – with Megan Thee Stallion’s cameo and the infamous twerking post-credits scene, the fourth episode of Jessica Gao’s show has unleashed the fury of many viewers because of the spoilers.
Has the latest series of the MCU busted the last script twist of ‘The house of the dragon’? Has Galadriel’s Fate Revealed in ‘The Rings of Power’? Nothing further. In ‘Isn’t This Real Magic?’ —this is the title of the episode—, the irritating character played by Patty Guggenheim guts Wong a couple of times two key events in a series… that finished airing 15 years ago.
This is none other than ‘The Sopranos’, the prestigious and multi-award winning production by David Chase for HBO. A banner of contemporary television that began broadcasting in a remote 1999; date far enough away that Kat Coiro, director of ‘She-Hulk’, has laughed when in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter they have asked him about the subject.
“In any case, I hope he gets you guys to watch the show. You should do your homework and watch ‘The Sopranos.'”
There have been many voices that have complained on networks – of course – that these revelations have destroyed a potential viewing. But beyond this, the “Sopranosgate” opens an interesting debate about the nature of the spoilerabout how much time is needed to be able to openly talk about the details of a series or movie or if all this, after all, is a question of what, in full 2022, the thing is to complain for complaining.