Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings director, Destin Daniel Cretton, has posted a photo to social media honoring his work with Tony Leung on the movie. The film marks the main Phase 4 performance film to introduce a brand-new legend to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It stars Simu Liu in the titular job and is right now leading the movies.
Now, with Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings dominating the movies, the movie’s director Destin Daniel Cretton has taken to social media to celebrate the movie’s prosperity. In a new Instagram post, the director featured a progression of behind-the-scenes photos with Tony Leung, noting the actor’s dedication and professionalism on-set. Look at Cretton’s heartfelt post beneath:
Shang-Chi has gotten gigantic praise from pundits since its introduction earlier this month. Quite a bit of that praise has been given to Tony Leung for his job as Wenwu. In fact, many have already started assessing him as one of the top-level villains in MCU history. Clearly, Cretton similarly approves of his star’s performance, as he has nothing however beneficial things to say about Leung’s acting and demeanor on his set. Marvel initially avoided a traditional portrayal of The Mandarin by having Sir Ben Kingsley play an adaptation of the character in Iron Man 3, yet introducing a legitimate Mandarin has already generated massive buzz for the studio’s latest film.
Obviously, the truth will surface eventually in case there is a future for Tony Leung as Wenwu in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In his sole outing as The Mandarin, watchers see his on-screen destruction at the hands of the Dweller-in-Darkness during the film’s climax. Nonetheless, knowing Marvel and the history of funnies in general, fans will simply have to wait and check whether The Mandarin gets back to the cinema for a future Shang-Chi adventure. Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings is right now in theaters.