A newly released special look Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Filled with many surprising cameos, and one of them is from Marvel Kali Mai. Titled “These Low Level Fights”, the special look video was recently posted to Marvel’s YouTube channel and features multiple-time World Wushu Champion, Jade Xu. Chinese-origin martial artist was part of the film starring Scarlett Johansson Kali Mai – among the many brainwashed widows saved at the end of the film.
The video begins with the character of comedian Ronnie Cheing trying to persuade Shang-Chi to fight at the Underground Fighting Club as he seeks out his sister Xialing with Katy. Then in a brief shot, we see Xu’s character, Helen, fighting an extremist soldier. This is correct! Consequences of Eldritch Killian’s Failed Attempts at Creating a Super Soldier in 2013 iron Man 3The extremist soldiers were presumed dead but they are somehow alive. Or at least one of them. The clip ends with a shot of Abomination and Wong fighting. You can watch the video below.
Kevin Feige previously hinted at Xoo’s cameo in July Kali Mai Watch Party saying, “One of the widows, Jade Xu, was born in China, and is a multiple world wushu champion. She may also make a brief cameo in a future Marvel film..”
While Jade Xu only appears for a brief moment, let’s focus on the bigger picture here, which is that Marvel’s world-building efforts keep getting better and better. Why? Because Xu is far from the only cameo in the film. Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings The past of Marvel movies is full of unforeseen shortcomings, and it only gets better. shang chio There isn’t a typical origin story detached from the main timeline of the MCU. The mid-credits scene hints that both Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings will play a big part in Phase Four of the MCU. Especially multilateral warfare.
Plus, with the return of Tim Roth as Abomination and Ben Kingsley as Trevor Slattery, Marvel is embracing its past. According to the director, Destin Daniels Creighton, these characters are not being included in the film for no reason, they will be further explored in Marvel’s upcoming projects. Cretton told ComicBook,
“A lot of those characters that are coming out in our film for a short time are there for a reason and there are reasons that haven’t been explored yet, either through our film or other films that have come out. are.”
Furthermore, a recent teaser introduced Shang-Chi as “Marvel’s new avenger”, indicating that he would become a major player in the MCU. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Released worldwide on 3 September, it is being hailed as a groundbreaking entry in Marvel’s ever-growing filmography.
Directed by Destin Daniel Creighton and starring Simu-Liu, Tony Leung, Fala Chen, Michelle Yeoh, Awkwafina and Benedict Wong, the film is a must-see for all Marvel fans. Those who are not ready to go out now will have to wait 45 days before Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Debuts on Disney+.
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