“What do you expect from a Marvel blockbuster? Action, fantasy lands and flashy superpowers – certainly.
“An Asian-American superhero exploring his cultural identity and confronting family ties in a fight to save the world? Probably not.
“But that’s exactly what Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings offers.
“Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, the 25th movie in the Marvel cinematic universe (MCU) breaks new ground by introducing Simu Liu as its first Asian superhero.
“Liu says it “an incredible honour” to represent the community on the big screen.
“His title role sees him play a martial arts master turned assassin who, following the death of his mother, grew up doing the bidding of his grief-stricken warlord father Wenwu – owner of the all-powerful Ten Rings.”
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