This is bad news, in a lot of ways. Adobe is not a company I admire. Their subscription model is overpriced, as is their reputation. Much of their software I have found extremely problemmatic, most notably Premiere. Now, they pull a useful app into their fold, perhaps making it an exclusive to Adobe only. Sad news.
AFAIC, it's not the skin that gives the fake appearance to CGI characters. The outstanding error in depiction, the single biggest giveaway, is the unnaturally large eyes the animators draw.
Disney has had questionable business practices for years. It's about time someone called them out
4:2:0? HAH! good luck color grading this content
I've been a Canon user for over 2 decades. I have a pretty substative collection of Canon glass and SLR's. I bought the EOS R as my first venture into digital VF's. The programmability of the EOS R is astounding, but, I'm disappointed in the resolution. tests have shown all the other current set of DSLR's to be better. It would be a slap in the face, once more, using Canon customers as beta testers if Canon abandoned the first release of the EOS R.
Over the years, I've collected a huge inventory of SLR lenses. With the advent of a curved sensor plane, every single one of my lenses becomes obsolete. That's a frightening thought.