This led Jen Walters to come face to face with She-Hulk's writing team along with an all-knowing AI named K.E.V.I.N. (a direct reference to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige). The show was meant to lead fans on in thinking they were about to see the real-life Feige in the MCU for the first time, but a small subtitle mishap ruined the surprise for a large swath of audiences.
During the writers' room scene in the finale, a mistyped subtitle "ruined the joke" for some fans, as the AI referred to as "K.E.V.I.N." instead of "Kevin" before the viewer is supposed to know the character is actually an AI.
Reddit user JaggedToaster1 posted on the site noting that "[Marvel] fixed the caption in the last episode of She-Hulk," editing the original "K.E.V.I.N." subtitle with "Kevin" until the finale's big reveal.
For those that decided to wait to check out Jen Walters's latest adventure, they will be rewarded with an experience untainted by mistyped subtitles. The pure She-Hulk experience as Jessica Gao and co. intended.
Now, in an interview with Lifehacker Australia, Gao has shared how the 'Attorney At Law' subtitle got added to She-Hulk's series' name. She explained that it came from a throwaway comment from Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, based on a line said by Bruce Banner. Read what Gao said below:
Considering She-Hulk's premise, the subtitle is quite fitting. Jen's legal career is set to be a key element on the show, as she looks to balance being a Hulk with her professional obligations. It helps differentiate She-Hulk from other Marvel series by putting Jen's status as an attorney front and center, communicating to viewers it's as much a legal comedy as it is superhero origin story. Some She-Hulk marketing hinted at Jen defending Emil Blonsky on trial, and it'll be interesting to see how that plays out. It's fascinating the subtitle wasn't always part of the She-Hulk plan, as the creative team was inspired by a variety of other legal-based projects.
"It was especially disappointing after Werewolf By Night did a decent job with the same issue when the subtitles updated the name they used for the one character as the audience learned more. We got an example of them doing it the right way less than a week ago only to mess it up in this show this week."
Yes, it's a bummer that this small subtitle mishap ruined one of the most fun reveals in recent MCU memory, but there isn't anyone to place blame. This was likely not intentional and has since been cleaned up, but that doesn't make it any less disappointing.
As it wasn't the first time something like this happened, it will likely not be the last. With the sheer amount of content that hits Disney+ in a week, surely there will be hiccups like this every once in a while. After all, going through each and every subtitle in any number of languages to watch out for bumps in the road such as this is quite the tall order.
I wish I could travel back in time to 7 a.m. this morning before I started the She-Hulk finale. Why? Yes, time travel shouldn't be wasted on minor inconveniences, but I wish I knew that this episode shouldn't be watched with subtitles on.
That said, Disney Plus' own subtitles for She-Hulk betray one of the finale's best gags. From the second I saw how one word is type-set, I knew exactly what was coming next. It was the kind of moment that had me slapping my own forehead. I couldn't have expected that subtitles, which I love, would betray me like this. But that happened.
But the subtitles don't spell that name out as "Kevin." For everyone except Jen, the name is actually spelled "K.E.V.I.N." That ruins the entire gag that's about to follow, where it turns out a robot wearing one of Kevin Feige's signature hats has been running Marvel Studios.
In "Whose Show Is This?" at the 18:02 mark before the robotic reveal, Writer Jessica (Eden Lee) says, "This is the story that Kevin wants," except the subtitles spell out K.E.V.I.N. As the scene progresses, every time She-Hulk says his name, it's spelled the regular way, but when the writers say it, it's with periods and capital letters. It's possible this could have been a gag, but whatever the case was, certain fans aren't laughing, with some expressing their disappointment that the captions spoiled the Feige surprise.
When She-Hulk was first announced at D23 in 2019, that was all there was to its title for quite some time. However, the first trailer for She-Hulk that was released in May revealed that the MCU series would carry the subtitle, Attorney at Law.
The first solo outings for Marvel heroes usually come without a subtitle. Still, it has happened before with Captain America: The First Avenger, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. While speaking to Lifehacker Australia, She-Hulk head writer Jessica Gao revealed the Attorney at Law addition to the title came from the Marvel man himself, Kevin Feige:
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2. Then rename the subtitle (.srt) file the same as the movie name example:- if the movie name is TAKEN.720p.BLUERAY.YIFY then rename the subtitle file same as the movie file TAKEN.720p.BLUERAY.YIFY.srt
worked like a wonder. thanks a ton. we had planned a movie for the whole family and this was an old movie (whiskey galore) which had heavy scottish/english accents and the subtitles were very needed. and your suggestion made our evening.
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hey I was looking through the cast list and whatever in this page and some of them have the subtitle "(appears in flashback)" by them the only problem is I have seen the film at least 3 times and I don't ever remember there being a flashback in the film. was it only in certain regions that it appeared or what exactly is going on because I know in the American version from what I have seen there is no Flashback. I could be wrong though. please help.Lordofninjas1 (talk) 20:26, August 7, 2012 (UTC) 041b061a72