- Marvel Studios recently released the first trailer for She-Hulk.
- Fans of the MCU seemed to be quite concerned with the quality of the CGI.
- She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will hit Disney+ on August 17.
Folks, I come to you today with a painful admission: I am worried about the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, at least as far as the ongoing Disney+ experiment is concerned.
— Eric Italiano (@ericitaIiano) May 17, 2022
And before anyone tries to come at me with claims of sexism or whatever, the reason I’m worried about the MCU’s Disney+ experience has less to do with She-Hulk or Ms. Marvel or Echo and more to do with Moon Knight, which I thought was the worst MCU series on D+ yet despite boasting the most exciting character and actor to feature on the streamer so far. But I’ll save my Moon Knight complaints for another article on another day.
My point, though, is that Ms. Marvel — which releases in June and does look like a lot of fun, to be fair — is now virtually make-or-break for me in regards to my enthusiasm for the MCU’s TV shows. After coming out of the gates firing with WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki, the trajectory of the franchise’s TV vertical has since dipped with the likes of What If…?, Hawkeye, and Moon Knight.
Even if Ms. Marvel does turn out to be a smash hit, though, it certainly doesn’t seem like Marvel is in the clear quite yet, as the first trailer for the upcoming series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has resulted in the powerhouse studio getting absolutely crucified for the quality of the CGI.
Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are roasting the CGI in the She-Hulk trailer
she-hulk cgi lookin like pic.twitter.com/ECdZmYKJg4
— Sage Hyden / Just Write (@sagehyden) May 17, 2022
cgi em 2008 // cgi em 2022
marvel studios pelo amor de deus pic.twitter.com/TxmKt1tL8W
— juju ۞ (@wondersloki) May 17, 2022
vfx artists who already work on 37 marvel movies a year getting told they have to animate she-hulk for 6 episodes pic.twitter.com/zUlwTE7Oyt
— Neb | 🏳️🌈 (@NebsGoodTakes) May 17, 2022
This is so sad. Hulk is such a rich and complex character but he has been reduced to the "goofy CGI boi" pic.twitter.com/qMzncNr8K2
— ClarkQuill97 (@CQuill97) May 17, 2022
Porque a She-Hulk tá com o CGI da Fiona do Shrek 1? https://t.co/afPMOEwcEY
— O Marcelo da Batcaverna #600k (@celolara) May 17, 2022
"The CGI will be better when it comes out, it's just a trailer" has maybe been written 50,000 times in the last decade and I can't remember a single instance of it being true
— Cal (@wyattyhalpert) May 18, 2022
“Maybe the CGI isn’t finished yet,” said the Marvel fan after watching almost 30 movies and 5 entire shows with the most barely passable CGI you’ve ever seen, funded by a multi-billion dollar company. pic.twitter.com/AImRJAKzyz
— jacob. (@jtimsuggs) May 17, 2022
this is what happens when a vfx team is forced to crank out 5 movies and 8 shows in one year pic.twitter.com/G7OXbbEy83
— jeremy. (@jeremylovesyall) May 18, 2022
me pretending i don’t notice the bad cgi in she-hulk pic.twitter.com/TIAEbpxCxz
— adina™ (@shehulkism) May 17, 2022
#SheHulk 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.
— Christopher Marc (@_ChristopherM) May 17, 2022
I would be extremely happy if this got pushed to next year so that the CGI can be better https://t.co/bYfHGcFDvn
— Matches Malone (@cell_0801) May 18, 2022
Idc if the She hulk cgi looks like a live action background character from shrek. That’s mother pic.twitter.com/IiebxrpHUw
— partna ˣ (@onIychloexhalle) May 17, 2022
Okay I've been excited for this for a bit and as a whole this trailer pleased me but there are some concerns.
1) Jenn transforming instead of just being She-Hulk is a bit of a choice but i imagine itll be ditched
2) the cgi is VERY rough https://t.co/AxiFZxHgUg
— Alice.💅🏼 (@AerithsSeat) May 17, 2022
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which stars Tatiana Maslany stars Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk, alongside Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, Benedict Wong, Ginger Gonzaga, Josh Segarra, Jameela Jamil, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Jon Bass, will premiere on Disney+ on Wednesday, August 17.