The upcoming live-action series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, hasn’t received a warm reception from fans so far. Marvel fans have criticized the CGI and colors, especially in the Disney+ series. But the director has subsequently responded to the criticism.

August will see the debut of the new television series. As a result, She-advertising Hulk’s campaign, which stars Tatiana Maslany, is starting to gain traction.

The CGI, which has drawn harsh criticism, seems to be the main topic of discussion among Marvel fans.

Fans complained that the contentious CGI in the She-Hulk trailer appeared “unfinished” or that it didn’t look “excellent.”

After Jameela Jamil addressed the criticism of the She-Hulk design, the filmmaker has now added her voice.

The director of She-Hulk replies to criticism.

Image of She-Hulk-Attorney at Law from Disney

GamesRadar reports that Kat Coiro, the director of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, got down with SFX Magazine to talk about the criticism.

She added that the team worked on the hero’s design for months before post-production refinement.

“Really, it’s taking the design and assessing if we’re capturing those facial expressions and nuanced reactions,” said Coiro.

Simply focusing on that is where all the time is put to use.

The team “anticipated” a bad reception, though. The reason for the reactions, according to Coiro, is that she “is so different than anything we’ve seen,” such as Thanos from the Avengers or the Hulk.

She continued, “I think a lot of the reactions are because she is so unique from anything we’ve seen.

Thanos or the Hulk come to mind with a grisliness, a harshness, and a bulkiness that is just so different. It’s almost shocking when you only catch a glimpse of her because we haven’t seen it before.

The team instead concentrated on the character’s emotional and facial responses to the VFX.

Could the CGI for She-Hulk change?

Image of She-Hulk-Attorney at Law from Disney

Coira also disclosed to the publication that Victoria Alonso, president of physical, VFX, post-production, and animation at Marvel Studios, is a close collaborator. So, before the full release, there might be some CGI adjustments. There might be some finishing touches, but given how near the release date is, we doubt there will be any significant modifications.

According to TheDirect, She-Hulk is the first MCU series to include a main character who is totally computer-generated.

On August 17, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will make its Disney+ debut.

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