We’re just a few months away from She-Hulk: Attorney At Law dropping – and now fans have been given a second look at the series’ CGI.
The new Disney+ series is due to drop on 17 August, and so far fans have had mixed feelings about what they’ve seen.
“Tatiana Maslany will play Jennifer, who is a lawyer specialising in superhuman-oriented legal cases. Mark Ruffalo is back as the Hulk alongside Tim Roth, who plays the Abomination.”Marvel
While many were thrilled that the show would bring She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) to screens and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, others were left feeling more than a little stressed at the lacklustre CGI.
Now, a new trailer has arrived with improved graphics. Check it out:
The official synopsis for the show had fans excited for the new MCU adventure.
It reads: “This new comedy series sees Bruce Banner help his cousin, Jennifer Walters, when she needs an emergency blood transfusion, and guess what? She receives his powers too.
“Tatiana Maslany will play Jennifer, who is a lawyer specialising in superhuman-oriented legal cases. Mark Ruffalo is back as the Hulk alongside Tim Roth, who plays the Abomination.”
That’s right, the series sees the beloved Mark Ruffalo back as everyone’s favourite temper-tantrum hero, alongside Tim Roth as Abomination, one of Hulk’s sworn enemies.
However, the trailer that dropped earlier this month left fans a little unsure how the series would pan out.
Bearing in mind it was just a first look – and the final CGI between now and the series release can change dramatically – it didn’t stop fans from absolutely ripping into it upon release.
One person wrote: “It’s hard for me to give She-Hulk any slack for the CGI when these MCU shows have movie budget. She-Hulk is 10 episodes with $10-15mill to spend per episode. That’s enough of a budget to make a green lady look legit.”
While some said that everyone’s favourite DreamWorks princess did it better, saying: “Not going to lie. Fiona looks like a better She-hulk than She-Hulk.”
Although it should be pointed out that the 2001 film is 3D animation, not CGI, and let’s be honest there’s no beating the masterpiece that is Shrek.
Still, Disney heard fans loud and clear, with an updated trailer being posted to the She-Hulk page.
And, to be fair, the CGI does look better, though the shade of green is a little more like Jim Carrey in The Mask.
So, while the CGI for She-Hulk may not be as bad as everyone first thought, it may well be worked on even more before it’s finally released. Either way, we’re still really excited to watch it.