She-Hulk Trailer Is Out! Marvel Fans Are Really Upset Over She-Hulk CGI!! 


While Moon Knight has won the hearts of the fans, Marvel is gearing up to deliver one more epic series. The franchise is ready to introduce the female green Goliath, She-Hulk. Marvel She-Hulk trailer is out and here is the reaction of the fans. 

We haven’t seen the Hulk in the MCU in a long time, as the Avenger hasn’t had a standalone feature since The Incredible Hulk (2008), in which Edward Norton played him. 

Mark Ruffalo then took over as Bruce Banner for eight live-action films but has yet to star in his movie. This year, with She-Hulk, this alters to some extent.

She-Hulk Trailer

Tatiana Maslany portrays Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin, in the nine-episode Disney+ comedy. She obtains her gamma green metamorphosis after a blood transfusion from her cousin due to an event. Over the last several years, the MCU has introduced a slew of CGI characters.

There have been several instances of VFX hold-ups hitting Hollywood projects, causing delays due to the pandemic-induced backlog, which now does not appear to be the right moment for MCU to take this step. According to numerous sources, the backlog is beginning to reduce, and the She-Hulk trailer recently debuted, and not everyone is delighted.

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Fans Are Unhappy With She-Hulk Trailer!! 

She-Hulk trailer: Attorney at Law has sparked criticism on social media due to concerns over the CGI used in the film. Supes, a social media celebrity, praised several aspects of the show but complained that “the CGI doesn’t look great:” 

Andrews Visual, the inventor of TikTok, compared the show’s visual effects to “a video game cutscene inserted into live-action:”

Can the She-Hulk trailer’s CGI issues be resolved before the series’ release?

She-Hulk Trailer

Like the rest of the film business, Marvel Studios has had a lot of problems recently owing to VFX delays. Because Hollywood studios only trust a few VFX production firms, the industry has had a backlog of shots that were supposed to be finished before the outbreak, causing significant movie delays.

From a post-production standpoint, She-Hulk is a nine-episode series starring a CGI-created superhero, making the entire project a significant endeavor. While the series will premiere on Disney+ in three months, there appears to be enough time for these CGI images to be improved before the final release.

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The Straight-Up Comedy She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will push heavily towards the comedy parts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, similar to some of the most famous comic book runs led by She-Hulk. Even more so than in the past. In the courtroom comedy series, Bruce Banner appears to assist his cousin Jennifer Walters when she requires an emergency transfusion. Jennifer has identical powers to her cousin after mixing his blood with hers, and the lawyer can now change into a 6-foot-7, green superman.

She-Hulk Trailer

Tatiana Maslany plays Jennifer Walter, AKA She-Hulk, in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. She-Hulk is a lawyer who specializes in superhuman-related disputes. Mark Ruffalo, who played Bruce Banner AKA The Hulk in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, will reprise his role, alongside Tim Roth, who played Emil Blonsky AKA Abomination in The Incredible Hulk. 

Aside from She-Hulk, Marvel is responsible for numerous highly successful drama shows on Disney plus. Hawkeye, Loki, and Wanda Vision were among the most popular series. Moon Knight, a superhero with three personalities who serve the Moon God Khonshu, is the most recent addition to the superhero realm. Oscar Isaac performed the lead role, and the film was released on March 30, 2022. 

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