Marvel Studios just shared the first official trailer for “ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, ” which opens on September 3.
The video shows Simu Liu’s veteran protagonist training since he was a child to become a member of the sinister organization known as The Ten Rings, run by his father, Mandarin (Tony Leung).
Packed with action-packed footage, the trailer shows Marvel will honor the character’s legacy in a film worthy of martial arts classics.
Watch in the dubbed and subtitled versions:
Also check out the official images and the first poster:
“Who said you can only get gifts on your birthday?” Today, I’m giving you a first look at the “Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” poster. The film opens on September 3 (the trailer will be released in a few weeks). We’re almost there, guys!
Who says you can only RECEIVE gifts on your birthday? Today I give you your VERY FIRST LOOK at the @ShangChi teaser poster and the legend of the ten rings !!
Released in theaters September 3 (trailer is out in a few weeks).
WE ARE ALMOST THERE, PEOPLE !!!! pic.twitter.com/Kzgkg8djeQ
– Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) April 19, 2021
Meet the full cast:
About the character
The creation of Shang-Chi, which means Spiritual Ascension in Chinese, dates back to the 1970s, when Kung Fu movies and series were a fever in the North American entertainment market. Its creators were big fans of this type of material and, above all, fanatics of the Legend of Martial Arts, the unique Bruce Lee. This fanaticism was reflected directly in the identity of the honorable hero, who in addition to having adventures inspired by Lee also had his face based on the multi-talented artist.
Created by Steve Englehart, who has a very interesting Avengers scene, and Jim Starlin, the spirit behind Thanos, Shang-Chi is the son of the legendary Fu Manchu. You’ve probably heard of Fu Manchu. He comes from English literature and is the great stereotype of the Chinese gang leader.
He has ancestors from the Chinese imperial family, the fascination with mysticism and his most striking feature is the long, thin mustache. As Shang-Chi gained popularity among comic book fans, Marvel decided to purchase the copyright to the Fu Rocher stories from author Sax Rohmer and incorporated certain elements of it into the hero’s mythology, by making the appropriate adaptations, of course, and even mixing with a few characters from the Bruce Lee films.
Make sure to watch:
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