Marvel Has Already Updated She-Hulk’s CGI In The Series


It’s been revealed that Disney and Marvel Studios have already updated She-Hulk’s CGI in the upcoming MCU series.

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’s very first trailer was released not too long ago.

Honestly, I thought the trailer looked pretty good, but one thing that didn’t look too good in the trailer was She-Hulk herself.

A lot of people seemed to agree with me online that Tatania Maslani’s She-Hulk didn’t look very good.

She looked rather odd and a bit flat.

I thought that her facial features seemed to look flattened and I’m not sure why.

Now, this was never going to be the character’s final look as the show’s not coming out until August 17th later this year.

She-Hulk’s CGI has been updated in the upcoming Disney Plus Series


Credit: Marvel Studios

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Well, it seems as though Marvel has already been working hard behind the scenes trying to make She-Hulk look less odd.

There’s been lots of CGI work done on the character and Disney has given fans a little taste of what we should expect She-Hulk to actually look like in the series.

They revealed this on Disney Plus’ official landing page for She-Hulk which reveals an already-updated version of the trailer, which shows some subtle differences in the CGI work on She-Hulk’s face.

I cannot wait to see how She-Hulk ends up looking in the show.

We have to bear in mind that this is a series and budgets might be stretched a bit thin, therefore She-Hulk might not look as good as she would in a Marvel Studios movie.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to watching She-Hulk on Disney Plus?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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