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Apparently there was supposed to be 10 episodes originally and the ending was supposed to be very different but they went over budget and had to cut it down to 9 episodes, hence the mess that was episode 9.
Interesting how the blouse still almost fits the body double but the pants are calf high on her.
What a bummer. I thought that was great. When she left the writers room, I was asking myself "did they really put Fiege in the show". And then the actual reveal.I watch all streaming shows with subtitles, and the subtitles spoiled it a little for me. When they were in the writers room and talking about seeing "Kevin," the subtitles wrote it as "K.E.V.I.N." which gave away that it was going to be some sort of AI/Robot/something other than Kevin Feige.
Exactly the same thing as the 1970s TV show.. Lou Ferigno as the "body double" for Bill Bixby.
He may have hated it, but I’ve seen a similar complaint from reviewers who were mixed or even who liked it.This guy really didn't like She-Hulk
The latest Marvel series on Disney+ had so much potential, with a great cast and unique premise. Too bad Marvel squandered it and then some, turning out something comically bad.www.thedailybeast.com
Agreed. Much of the OG intro/dream made She-Hulk look more like Ferigno than like she had looked the rest of the series.I'm not so sure they used the body double for everything in the OG-style intro. Specifically, the recreated rampage scene from the Female Lawyer Gala where she was flipping the table in her silver gown. She looked uhhh different.
I have no problem with trying something different, but the show didn’t seem to know what it wanted to be. Though part of that is likely do to the production issues with the CGI budget being repeatedly cut after filming started and cutting the season down from 10 to 9 episodes.The frustrating part is that this was never going to be a standard Marvel show, they made that very clear, and so many complaints are that " all Marvel shows are the same template" and this wasn't, and I adored that they called it out in universe.
The opinions of people who didn't like it are just as worthy as those who did like it. I haven't seen thread craps, just opinions of people who didn't think it was all that good. Not everything deserves a medal.I have to speak up, this is one of the reasons I hate coming into threads in TV Talk here recently, the amount of people that thread/show crap is frustrating.
At least so far no one has said this has ruined their childhood
The frustrating part is that this was never going to be a standard Marvel show, they made that very clear, and so many complaints are that " all Marvel shows are the same template" and this wasn't, and I adored that they called it out in universe.
I saw a complaint about " she just went from talking to K.E.V.I.N. to the next scene with no transition" well yeah, because that was one of the meta conversations they just had when she was asked to "transform off camera because it costs so much" so a cut was super cheap
From that article:
If having the CGI character on screen was such a problem, it seems like it would have been much easier to just cut all the scenes where she's being Lawyer Hulk. Showing her in the office and in the courtroom as She-Hulk was totally pointless. They should have saved the SH character for when she was going to do something with her powers, not for when she was just doing regular, everyday work.When budget issues did come to the fore, it required cutting more scenes involving She-Hulk. "Once we got into pre-production and production itself, once somebody had to sit down and start figuring out the cost of everything, it was like every week, I was told, 'Can you cut more She-Hulk scenes? Can you change more She-Hulk scenes to Jen? Can she be Jen in more scenes?'" Gao explains. "Even in post, you know, we had to cut a lot of shots by virtue just because it was She-Hulk."