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Marvel Appears to Have Updated the 'She-Hulk' Trailer After Fans Complained About the CGI

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Marvel appears to have updated the CGI in the recent She-Hulk: Attorney At Law trailer following a backlash from fans.

Debuting last week, the clip showcased a first proper look at Tatiana Maslany's titular superhero, aka Jennifer Walters, as she balances her busy legal career with taking on bad guys.

However, the trailer caused a bit of a backlash online over the quality of its CGI, though it seems that Disney has taken on concerns with a new updated version.

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Available on the Disney+ website, the revised version looks somewhat sharper in its quality, with Walters' facial features standing out much clearer.

When it originally debuted, the trailer also gave fans a new look at returning characters Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and Emil Blonsky/Abomination (Tim Roth).

Before She-Hulk arrives on Disney+, Marvel is set to release new series Ms Marvel, which focuses on Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) – who is a huge superhero fan and gains her own powers after finding a set of bangles.

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The first reactions for the series have started to pour in, and it's already a getting hugely positive reception from those who have seen it.

One reaction reads: "#MsMarvel is a vibrant and exciting story that takes a plunge into both the MCU and Pakistani culture."

Another added: "I can say it is DELIGHTFUL! The show feels fully rooted in the MCU to an extent we've never seen before and it's so much fun," while a third wrote: "I can't stress enough how fantastic Iman Vellani is as Kamala Khan and might I say…. I think I like her new powers more."

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