In 'Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings', the main villain is a powerful warlord named Wenwu. One of the names that Wenwu knew was The Mandarin '.
Many fans have suffered from a lack of interesting villains in some superhero films. But in "Iron Man 3", things seem to change with the arrival of Tony Stark's arch-nemesis from the comics, The Mandarin. But that ended up being controversial as The Mandarin turned into a character who just pretended to be a super villain.
Now, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is set to introduce the true villain of The Mandarin. According to producer Jonathan Schwartz, this version of the character will be a three-dimensional villain.
"I think people hear 'The Mandarin' and expect very specific things, and that's probably not what they get. Hopefully they get a more complex and layered character than that name that will guide you," he said.
In “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, the main villain who is also the father of the main hero, is a powerful warlord named Wenwu. He is played by iconic Hong Kong actor Tony Leung.
One of the names Wenwu knows is "The Mandarin," but it may not be used very often. According to Schwartz, the focus this time is on Wenwu's relationship with his estranged son, who chose to fight his father after a violent childhood.
"The essence of the Shang-Chi story in the comics is actually a family drama. It's something (director) Destin (Daniel Cretton) put into our conversation from the start, the idea of bringing in this broken family and it's completely dark, even the setting. behind an abusive family and see the impact it has on a child over time, "he said.
There is a lot to expect from the upcoming film, not least because it will feature the very first Asian-American superhero MCU. Simu Liu was chosen to bring the character Shang-Chi to life on the big screen, and the actor is fully aware of his responsibility. Liu emphasized that his hope is to update the mythology surrounding Shang-Chi from his comics and get rid of its more "stereotypical" fundamentals.
"When you see Shang-Chi characters through comic books dating from the 70s d
80s, the fact that she exists and the fact that she is an Asian character is simply amazing. But at the same time, there is an aspect of her portrayal that might feel a little stereotypical. So when we first started mapping out who this character was and what his journey was during this film, we were all very sensitive not to have him go into stereotypical territory, "continued the actor.
Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton and written by Dave Callaham, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” stars Simu Liu, Tony Leung, Awkwafina, Michelle Yeoh, Jiang Nan, Meng'er Zhang, Ronny Chieng, Fala Chen, Dallas Liu, and Jiang Len. The film hits theaters on September 3.
Joe Taslim's role as Sub-Zero in the film 'Mortal Kombat' has been predicted by his son
Joe Taslim Reveals the Reaction of His Big Family Seeing Him Play a Sub-Zero Character in the Movie 'Mortal Kombat'. No less interesting when Joe shared his son's opinion regarding his role in the film.
The Indonesian actor who is currently popular to the Hollywood film industry, Joe Taslim, is indeed a public conversation. Being chosen as one of the stars in the film "Mortal Kombat" made the figure of Joe Taslim increasingly respected and recognized by people from various parts of the world.
Joe himself plays the character Sub-Zero who is an antagonist in the film "Mortal Kombat". To Variety, Joe has just shared a little interesting story about his family's opinion regarding his role as Sub-Zero in the film.
Joe said his family was surprised to see the antagonist character he played in the film "Mortal Kombat". His whole family never thought that a sweet and kind Joe could play an antagonist like Sub-Zero.
Joe also said that for the first time in the history of a film he has starred in, his extended family wanted him to lose. Joe called his family as furious and wanted him to lose after seeing the evil action played by the 39-year-old actor.
"Everyone was shocked because they said, 'Oh my God, you are very bad in the movies and look at yourself, in fact, you are very funny'," beber Joe on Friday (23/4). "Everyone was like, 'This is the first time I want you to die. You're a good man and I don't want anything to happen to you but in movies when I see you in action, I want you to die. You're so cruel'."
An equally interesting story was shared by Joe. He said his son was at his side when he was offered to star in the movie "Mortal Kombat".
Joe then asked his son what role would suit him in the film "Mortal Kombat". To his surprise, Joe's son seemed to have predicted that his father would get the role of Sub-Zero.
His son also said that Sub-Zero deserves to be played by Joe. He also admits that Sub-Zero's character is perfect for his father.
"I asked my son, 'Which character do you think would be good for me in' Mortal Kombat '?" recalled Joe. "He said, 'I thought, Dad was like the character in the game, Sub-Zero. I thought Dad was perfect for playing Sub-Zero."
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