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The Disney Plus trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law appears to show a marked improvement in the CGI for the series' title character.
Earlier this month Marvel dropped the first trailer for the upcoming superhero series, which stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk. It also features Mark Ruffalo's as Hulk, Tim Roth as Abomination, and Benedict Wong as Wong.
Take a look below!
While the show certainly looks like a pretty fun time, fans were quick to point out that Maslany's She-Hulk just didn't look quite right - especially when compared to Ruffalo's Hulk. Many criticised the character of She-Hulk as looking "unfinished", and urged Disney and Marvel to allow the VFX team more time to get it right.
A few particularly unkind souls likened the character to Fiona from Shrek, which is almost definitely not the vibe Marvel was going for with this live-action project.
Ahead of the show's August 17 premiere, a version of the original YouTube trailer has now appeared on the Disney Plus streaming service. Interestingly, some fans seem to think that the character has already had a subtle visual upgrade.
A side-by-side comparison of the two trailers seems to show an improvement in the texture of She-Hulk's skin, and in the general definition around her face. Take a look below:
🚨 Marvel has made some visual improvements with She-Hulk’s cgi on Disney plus. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/T3p8ilM43n— She-Hulk Updates (@shehuIkupdates) May 26, 2022
WOW that compression really fucked up the She-Hulk trailer cuz the CGI looks MILES better on the Disney+ version pic.twitter.com/NwcfnXzFsk— Oli vs the World ᵇˡᵐ (@starforcebinary) May 26, 2022
Predictably, this has caused some debate, with critics suggesting that fans are simply seeing what they want to see, and that the difference - if there is any - is barely noticeable.
Personally, I think it's pretty clear that there's a difference to the texture of her skin. But whether that's down to YouTube compression killing the original trailer, or the VFX team actually updating the effects in a matter of weeks is unclear. I'd guess the former.
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