New Look At She-Hulk Released And Fans Aren't Happy
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Marvel fans have been left unimpressed as a new image from She-Hulk: Attorney At Law was released online on Tuesday (5 July).
The new Disney+ series is due to drop on 17 August, and so far fans have had mixed feelings about what they've seen.
While many were originally thrilled that the show would bring She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) to screens and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, others were left feeling more than a little stressed at what they felt was lacklustre CGI.
And now the show has been met with concerns yet again as viewers slammed the new preview image, which saw She-Hulk in a shimmering silver dress, six weeks after they initially appeared to update the CGI following fan backlash.
One commenter on Twitter wrote: "She-Hulk is just cringier version of Fiona from Shrek."
"Is this supposed to be an improvement in VFX? I'm hoping they clean up the design in the next month..." another asked.
A third added: "This looks fun and I like the cast, However that CGI is going to be really really distracting if that's what it's going to look like the entire show."
"I feel bad for marvel's VFX workers," another penned.
A fifth wrote: "Don't see any improvement on the VFX here. I don't understand why Marvel/Disney don't allow their VFX artist to work properly and put the budget to do so. They have the money, they have the talent but still prefer to do quick buck out of low budget series."
Another claimed: "Do they mean old look? Looks the same from what it was a few months ago."
She Hulk is just cringier version of fiona from shrek— Ferris Walker (@maxversteppin) July 5, 2022
Here's hoping it all comes together before 17 August.
Aside from some people's CGI concerns, the official synopsis for the show had fans excited for the new MCU adventure when it was shared in May.
The official synopsis reads: "This new comedy series sees Bruce Banner help his cousin, Jennifer Walters, when she needs an emergency blood transfusion and guess what? She receives his powers too.
"Tatiana Maslany will play Jennifer, who is a lawyer specialising in superhuman-oriented legal cases. Mark Ruffalo is back as the Hulk alongside Tim Roth, who plays the Abomination."
Marvel chief Kevin Feige earlier described the series as 'half-hour legal comedy' and something the studio has 'never done before'.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law will start streaming on Disney+ on 17 August.
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