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Before She-Hulk Trailer’s Lazy CGI Controversy, Kevin Feige Clashed With She-Hulk Writer Jessica Gao on What Should Have Gone to Make the Trailer Look Better

In the first phase of MCU, The Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton as Bruce Banner and William Hurt as General Ross was released, which was supposed to introduce the Hulk. Since then, there has been no production with the character in focus, until She-Hulk: Attorney at Law this August.

Emmy winner Tatiana Maslany to portray She-Hulk in the series.

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Later on, Mark Ruffalo was cast to replace Edward Norton due to creative differences. Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk has been the only member of the Hulk family from the Marvel comics to feature in the MCU.

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She-Hulk stars Tatiana Maslany as the titular character and sees the return of Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination from The Incredible Hulk. The series is reported to have many instances of breaking the 4th wall, similar to Malcolm in the Middle.

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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will feature in MCU’s phase 4.

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When the trailer for the series was revealed, most fans were excited about the production but many criticized the sub-par CGI making the character look cartoonish. The series is also expected to have the shortest premiere amongst all the other series released by the MCU.

She-Hulk producer at odds with Kevin Feige?

At the San Diego Comic-Con, She-Hulk’s executive producer Jessica Gao revealed that there was significant tension between the crew and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, especially while deciding what to include in the series trailer, she noted:

“While we were watching the trailer [at SDCC] because Kevin was standing next to me, we had spent weeks fighting about what should go in the trailer and what shouldn’t. And so, it was just the two of us sniping at each other over our respective positions and the pieces that were in the trailer.”

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This series marks the first time we see Daredevil since the character’s show in 2018.

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Even though it’s not known what did the two argue over, the inclusion of Daredevil seems like a big part of the discussion. Fans believe that the director and producer of the series argued against including the lawyer, preferring to keep it a secret.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is set to release on August 18 of 2022.

Source: The Direct