I always find behind-the-scenes (BTS) shots of movies, that utilize heavy special effects for a character, interesting. It’s always fun to see what something looks like to the actors playing the parts instead of what we will eventually see in the finished product.
One of my favorites was the image of Dan Stevens in his Beast costume for the live action version of Beauty and the Beast.
Well this new BTS shot may top that one.
In the upcoming She-Hulk show for Disney+, actress Tatiana Maslany will play the main character Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk. An image shared via Instagram Stories by actress Ginger Gonzaga, who will play Walter’s bestfriend, gives us a look at how Marvel is setting up the character for post effects editing.
It’s something. I don’t know how they all can keep a straight face filming.
The dark image shows Tatiana Maslany with motion capture dots on her forehead and a green head on a pole representing her transformed into She-Hulk.
It seems they have jokingly named the head, with metal balls for eyes, JenHulk.
Those eyes though.
When the show is finished I’m sure we will have a passable She-Hulk appear, but for now it’s just funny and awkward.
She-Hulk is supposed to be out sometime this year along with Moon Knight starring Oscar Issac and Ms. Marvel starring Iman Velani. Hopefully we will get a better idea of when these shows will be released on Disney+.
There is a small look at the show from a teaser, clip, Marvel released during Disney Investor Days in November.
We really don’t know much more about the show other than some of the casting choices that have been announced.
Mark Ruffalo will be back as Bruce Banner/ Hulk and we know that Jameela Jamil, Tim Roth, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Josh Segarra are also in the show. The directors are Kat Coiro and Anu Valia with Jessica Gao as the head writer.
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