'She-Hulk: Attorney At Law' Employs State-Of-The-Art CGI To Make It Look Like A Woman Can Be A Lawyer | Eastern North Carolina Now | It seems Disney+ spared no expense in the making of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. According to sources, showrunners employed the latest CGI techniques to make it look like a woman can be a real lawyer.

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    U.S.     It seems Disney+ spared no expense in the making of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. According to sources, showrunners employed the latest CGI techniques to make it look like a woman can be a real lawyer.

    "Everyone knows women can't be lawyers, but we worked our underpaid digital artists to the bone for years to achieve some incredible effects," said Dibbs Runklington, a spokesperson for Disney. "It wasn't easy, but we think our CGI has achieved something really special with this depiction of a woman who is also a lawyer. Many artists died of starvation and sleep deprivation to achieve this effect and we couldn't be prouder."

    Early reviews of the show say it convincingly portrays a female lead litigating, presenting closing arguments to the jury, and saying "I object" in a very calm and rational way - which, as far as anyone can tell - is the first time such things have ever been portrayed on screen.

    "Raw cuts of the film had our main character saying 'I'm sorry,' like, 300 times per episode, and we had to cut all that out," said one digital effects artist. "We also had to remove all the times she cried after heated altercations and talked about boys with other women. It was brutal."

    Disney+ says it hopes this fictional CGI universe will inspire young girls that they too can become real lawyers too. "There's a first for everything," says Runklington.
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