According to DiversityShe-Hulk Attorney at Law actress Tatiana Maslany spoke out in support of the show’s VFX crew during the Television Critics Association panel on August 3.
“I feel incredible respect for how talented these artists are and how fast they have to work, obviously much faster than they should be given,” she said. Maslany also dismissed claims that the show’s CGI looked artificial and wooden. While some social media users have compared her character’s appearance in the first She-Hulk trailer to a video game, Maslany believes this is clearly not true. “I’m watching this and it doesn’t look like a cutscene from a video game,” Maslany said. “I see the thoughts of the characters. I’m in awe of what they’re doing.”
The show’s head writer Jessica Gao said she sympathized with the crew’s struggles, acknowledging the team’s heavy workload. Gao said, “I think everyone in this group is in solidarity with all the workers and is very much in favor of good working conditions.” In addition, director Kat Coiro once again expressed her solidarity with the visual effects team. “If they feel pressure, we support them and listen to them,” she added.
She-Hulk Attorney at Law will be released on Disney+ on August 18th.