Marvel Reportedly Updates ‘She/ Hulk’ CGI
With the series arriving this summer, and the premiere trailer arising some interesting backlash, Marvel has reportedly updated the SHe/Hulk CGI that was received with ire by some MCU fans.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently in the midst of its fourth phase, and it has proven to be occupying the most creatively fulfilling and ambitious space than it ever has.
With a strong focus placed on emotional resonance and the breaking away of how the Marvel Cinematic Universe has typically functioned, it is clear that this current phase is all about seeing the ways in which it can break free from the Marvel mold.
Series like Moon Knight, and the upcoming Ms. Marvel, both provide the next wave of MCU Disney+ projects; with the former already solidifying itself as perhaps Marvel’s greatest series yet.
The never-ending wheel of MCU projects, however, has also evolved with the brand new series that is next in line for the summer slate of release; with its debut trailer being released to some mixed reviews.
Not being void of controversy, Marvel has reportedly already updated the She/ Hulk CGI that was viewed in the trailer and had been met with the ire of certain fans who felt it was not up to par for what the MCU is capable of.
The CGI work in the latest phase of the MCU has been in question for a lot of titles, whether it be due to the rate at which the projects are being developed or otherwise, there has been consistent criticism over how CGI is used, and how it looks, in various projects since the start of the pandemic.
The Direct is the first sight to take notice of the changes, as screen grabs from both the YouTube release and the Disney+ release of the trailer show significant improvement in the CGI.
Two images show the image side by side and show a clear distinction between the texturing and overall appearance of the series’ eponymous character in both images.
We can only hope that this most recent change speaks to the show looking quite different from what we got in the first trailer