Previously, Marvel was caught in drama when it was accused of being “extravagant” and poorly paid, and the project manager She-Hulk herself confirmed this.
As the Movie Universe is dominating the world cinema, it is not difficult to understand when every MCU work is the center of attention and discussion (including TV series). At the same time, each movie in the MCU is always scrutinized by fans and finds out the good points as well as the parts that haven’t fulfilled the requirements, since then a lot of debate has broken out around the quality of the work.
Things culminated in Phase 4 when actually the MCU movies are showing clear signs of going down, including the script, acting and sound graphics. Things became even more tense when Marvel Studios was denounced by its VFX staff as being excessively exploitative with low wages, causing many employees to choose to quit.
On the Marvel Studios side, it still did not say anything after being accused of labor exploitation, but with the evidence presented along with the published information, it seems that the accusations of VFX staff are a fraud. real, and also explains why the quality of the effects of MCU movies has gone down.
One of the works that received the most criticism in terms of graphic quality was She-Hulk, when the trailer was only released, but the film also made fans angry with the extremely “fake” graphics, especially is of the two main characters, She-Hulk and Hulk. Immediately before the wave of protests, the Marvel side had to apologize and make an edit, but that still did not make the fans angry.
In addition, the She-Hulk project manager also confirmed that the VFX staff of the project were not working in favorable conditions, so many of She-Hulk’s CGI scenes were a bit “fake”. . Hopefully this situation will soon be rectified because with a Cinematic Universe centered on fictional Super Heroes like the MCU, graphics are an extremely essential part. With the tastes of the current audience, the loose business will make Marvel Studios receive a lot of criticism and will gradually lose faith from the fans.
Although the DCEU neighbor is also struggling to find the right direction (under the leadership of Warner Bros), the MCU cannot be underestimated. Remember that if you lose the trust of the fans, no matter how massive the Cinematic Universe is, it will collapse in an instant.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is an upcoming American television series conceived by Jessica Gao and streamed on Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics character She-Hulk. It is intended to be the eighth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios. Jessica Gao is also the writer of the work, the film will be directed by Kat Coiro.
In the film, Tatiana Maslany plays Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk, alongside Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, Ginger Gonzaga, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Jameela Jamil and Benedict Wong. The film was announced in August 2019, then Gao was hired to write the script for the film in November of the same year. Coiro joined the director in September 2020, and he cast Maslany as She-Hulk. By December, Roth and Ruffalo had joined the cast and Anu Valia was also chosen to direct.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will premiere on August 17, 2022 and will consist of nine episodes.
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