At the Television Critics Association press tour, Tatiana Maslany, who plays the title character and her alter ego Jennifer Walters, was criticized for working conditions from Marvel VFX artists and fans of the CGI program.
"I feel profoundly, like, deferential to how talented these artists are and how quickly they have to work," Maslany said. "It''s terrible that a lot of artists feel overwhelmed and are stressed about being able to help them out, especially if they''re unable to do so. I''m sure everybody on this panel is supportive of all workers, and we stand with them in light of the problems," said Coiro. "We''re not behind the scenes on these long nights and days,
Given the length and scope of the work, Maslany is rendered in CG like Hulk, co-star Lou Ferrigno, playing Banner on the original NBC series. "I do think that we should be super conscious of how the work conditions aren''t always optimal," Maslany said, defending the CG on the series. "I can see the character''s thoughts. I''m very amazed by them."
Corio noted the cultural lose-lose situation they encountered. "I do think that has to do with our culture''s belief in their ownership of women''s bodies," she said. "I think that''s very difficult to win when you make women''s bodies," she said. ''There''s a lot of discussion about her body type, but I think it''s very difficult to win when you make women''s bodies," she said. Posted on Disney+ on August 18, 2016.
Working on #Marvel shows is one of the reasons why I was forced to quit the VFX industry. They''re a terrible client, and I''ve seen way too many employees falling after being overworked, while Marvel tightens the purse strings. https://t.co/FacGBfnYmG
Dhruv Govil (@DhruvGovil) July 10, 2022
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