The new Marvel series was strongly criticized on social networks because of its special effects deemed to be failed. The program’s creative team decided to respond to the negative reviews.
A few weeks ago, the new Marvel series she hulk was strongly criticized on social networks because of its special effects deemed to be failed. The program’s creative team decided to respond to the negative reviews.
Director Kat Coiro notably defended the decision not to feature a bodybuilder version of She-Hulk, who is played by Tatiana Maslany, in the series. “These criticisms are linked to the fact that our society thinks that it owns women’s bodies,” she explained to the press on Wednesday, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
“I think a lot of the criticism comes from the fact that a lot of [d’hommes] feel like they can tear this 3D woman to pieces. We thought a lot about her body and we were inspired by Olympic athletes, not bodybuilders. If we had chosen this second option, we would also have been criticized. It’s very difficult to win on this subject.”
“We stand together”
The teams producing the special effects of Marvel productions have also criticized the working methods of the American studio a lot in recent weeks, which according to several testimonies published in the American press frequently request last-minute changes. A situation that leads to special effects that are not always successful in films.
The team of she hulk also responded to this controversy. “It’s a huge project to have a series where the main character is in 3D,” said screenwriter Jessica Gao. “It’s terrible that a lot of artists are forced to go fast and they feel like the workload is too much. We stand together.”
Marvel’s First Romantic Comedy
After the successes of Wanda Vision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier or Loki and Moon Knight, she hulk is billed as Marvel’s first romantic comedy. The series follows a female version of the MCU’s famous green giant, a character created in 1980 by Stan Lee and John Buscema.
Consisting of nine episodes, she hulk features Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany, seen in Orphan Black), a lawyer specializing in cases related to superheroes. Thanks to Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), aka Hulk, she can also transform into a superpowered creature.
Tatiana Maslany and Mark Ruffalo will give the reply to Tim Roth, back in the MCU to play Emil Blonsky, alias the Abomination, super-villain appeared in The Incredible Hulk (2008), then very briefly last year in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Broadcast scheduled for August 17 on Disney+.