By and large, the first full-length trailer for upcoming Disney Plus series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law went down a treat online, but one of the biggest talking points to emerge in the aftermath was not a particularly positive one.
While the visual effects were generally solid across the board, especially in regards to Mark Ruffalo’s big green alter-ego, the same definitely couldn’t be said of Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters. In fact, the She-Hulk footage was positively roasted by fans on social media, drawing comparisons to everything from Shrek‘s Princess Fiona to Dwayne Johnson’s pixelated form in the finale of The Mummy Returns, which isn’t ideal when both of those projects were released over 20 years ago.
However, having evidently unleashed the promo upon an unsuspecting world while post-production isn’t 100% locked, loaded, and ready to be sent to streaming, Marvel Studios have made some subtle improvements to the digitally-created protagonist. As you can see below, it’s seen an overwhelming sigh of relief sweep across the internet.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s CGI generally comes right out of the top drawer (bar a few notable and very glaring exceptions), and as the first Disney Plus show to boast a title hero that was largely built inside of a computer and layered on top of an acting performance, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will be coming under much more intense scrutiny than something like Moon Knight or The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, even though each of them did some tinkering to the respective superhero suits in the editing suite.