The trailer is up. It confirms the August 17 launch date and a new subtitle. The show is now called She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
Note that Bruce appears here as Smart Hulk from Endgame again even though he was just Bruce with no Hulk when we last saw him in the post-credits scene of Shang-Chi...
Tim Roth did an interview lately for The Hollywood Reporter and was asked about his return as Abomination:
Josh Segarra is joining the cast:
I saw an article in Variety the other day that mentioned Ms. Marvel and Hawkeye as coming before the end of the year. I would guess that She-Hulk is probably going to be sometime...
Disney seems to be borrowing actors from a lot of previous "Good" shows.
Jameela Jamil, who was so good as Tahani in The Good Place, is next to join. I'll be delighted to have her back on my TV.
Renee Elise Goldsberry (who is most widely known for her Tony-winning work originating the role of Angelica in Hamilton) is joining the cast.
It's interesting that Disney can do this without Universal interference, when considering that they can't do a Hulk-branded feature without Universal. I mean, obviously they can, because they wouldn't have announced it if they had any doubts about its legality. But it's interesting.