Even before the first trailer aired, the Disney+ series received heavy criticism. So, we sat down with the team at Digital Domain for a deep dive into the project. We saw two crucial pieces missing from those negative stories. First, She-Hulk was one of the first live-action, photoreal female characters, presenting her own set of challenges, like how her long hair would move, and the impact of certain clothes on her body. Second, the new series took the process DD initially built for award-winning character Thanos and made it faster and better. They walked us through some proprietary tools they had created, including a particularly interesting clothing system, and we knew that the way to change the narrative was to highlight the team’s ingenuity and get the artists out there to show how it worked.