Much has been said about Marvel Studios' relationship with VFX companies, and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law proved to be an excellent example of what can happen when those artists are put on a tight deadline.
Ms. Marvel premiered last summer, but one eagle-eyed and has now spotted a noteworthy change that's been made to the Disney+ series in order to better tie it to the wider MCU. As you can see below, the Statue of Liberty has been digitally altered so that it's now the same copper colour highlighted in Spider-Man: No Way Home's final battle.
The 2021 movie saw the landmark changed in order to serve as a tribute to Captain America, though the newly installed shield was largely destroyed when the three web-slingers battled those sinister Multiversal villains.
The lack of scaffolding pretty much confirms Ms. Marvel was set after Spider-Man: No Way Home, though the fact the Department of Damage Control had repurposed Tony Stark's drones was already proof of that. It appears that, while the mess was cleaned up, no effort has been made at this point to install another shield. However, the new colour remains.
The Statue of Liberty made for a fun staging ground for Spidey's final battle with the Green Goblin and his cabal of baddies, but we can't help but wonder whether this change will be further addressed down the line.
Captain America: New World Order seems likely, especially as Marvel Studio has yet to confirm what's actually become of Steve Rogers since the events of Avengers: Endgame.
Take a closer look at Ms. Marvel's VFX change below.
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