HBO Max pokes fun at the CGI in the recent trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, comparing it to Shrek.
Back in 2019, Marvel officially announced that a new She-Hulk series was in development for HBO Max. After a development period, Tatiana Maslany was cast in the lead with Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth reprising their Hulk-related MCU roles. Unfortunately, rumors have persisted that the series has been suffering from some post-production creative issues with others claiming that the show is a mess. If these rumors are true, it might explain the quality of the recent She-Hulk trailer.
Earlier this week, Disney gave us our first trailer for the She-Hulk series. While fans of the character seem to like what they see the trailer was rather divisive. However, everyone seemed to agree that the CGI for the transformed Jennifer Walters looked extremely bad. People began comparing the effects to PlayStation 3 graphics and some even going so far as to compare it to Shrek and even HBO Max is getting in on the action.
In a recent post, HBO Max Brazil posted a picture of Princess Fiona from the 2010 film, Shrek Forever After with the caption that read “She-rek”, seemingly referencing the recent trailer. You can see the full post below:
In the comics, She-Hulk is the alter-ego of Jennifer Walters, a private attorney and the cousin of Bruce Banner. After being shot, Jennifer Walters receives a blood transfusion from Bruce who was the only viable donor. The transfusion had the unintended side effect of transforming her into the gamma-powered She-Hulk. However, unlike most incarnations of Bruce Banner’s Hulk, Jennifer Walters retains her sharp wit and emotional control in her She-Hulk form, which later becomes permanent.
She-Hulk stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner, Jameela Jamil as Titania, and Tim Roth as the Abomination.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law premiers on Disney Plus on August 17th. Stay tuned for all the latest news on the upcoming series and the quality of its CGI and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content.