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Marvel fans reaction over ‘She-Hulk’ CGI in new movie trailer

Marvel fans reaction over 'She-Hulk' CGI in new movie trailer

Hulk has long been pushed aside in the MCU as the green Avenger hasn’t starred in a solo outing since 2008’s The Incredible Hulk – in which he was played by Edward Norton. Marc Ruffalo has taken over as Bruce Banner for eight live-action appearances, but he has yet to take the solo spotlight again. To some degree, that all changes this year with She-Hulk.

The nine-episode Disney+ legal comedy will star Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner who gets her own gamma green transformation after a blood transfusion. Marvel Studios has introduced plenty of CGI characters over the years, but this will be the first time a motion-capture character will take the leading role on Disney+.

Marvel fans reaction over 'She-Hulk' CGI in new movie trailer

TikTok creator Andrews Visual compared the effects to “a video game cutscene placed into live-action:”

“Marvel is a multi-billion dollar franchise, I don’t care that She-Hulk is a TV show, it has to look better than that, it looked like a video game cutscene placed into live-action. So many Netflix/Amazon shows WAY better CGI and VFX. I don’t see an excuse. Hope it improves tbh.”

Writer Christopher Marc commented on the “unfinished and rubbery” CGI, shutting down any budgetary excuses with the comparison to the Star Wars Disney+ series:

“She-Hulk as a show looks amazingly fun but the actual CGI looks really unfinished and rubbery. I’m aware it is TV but the STAR WARS stuff manages, and they have the budgets to adjust.”

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