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Is 'She-Hulk' CGI Is Really That Bad? Here's What Reddit Says

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Disney + just released a trailer for the upcoming 'She-Hulk' series, and fans have had questions about the CGU used to bring this beloved character to life.

The 9-part series centers on Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), who rises through the ranks of New York City lawyers and tries to adjust to her new abilities – transforming into a powerful green creature similar to that of her cousin Bruce Banner. The series will also star Benedict Wong and Tim Roth, who returns to his role as Emile Blonsky, aka Abomination.

A certain amount of CGI is definitely needed to bring She-Hulk to live-action, and since the Disney+ series budget is much smaller than that of the MCU feature films, fans feared that the end result would not be very great. And it looks like their worst guess turned out to be correct – the CGI of the 'She-Hulk' trailer proved to be a bit inconsistent.

In a thread on Reddit fans have been discussing whether or not CGI really disrupts the narrative, or if they're willing to let it slide if the show's story is interesting enough.

Some fans rightly point out that the entire CGI industry is in crisis right now, with small number of artists working on multiple projects at once, and in general – this is just a trailer, so the end result may not be at all what is shown in the trailer.

'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' will arrive on Disney + on August 17, 2022.

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