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Alex Landi from Gray’s Anatomy wants to play Shang-Chi in MCU

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Asian Actors are set to make their foray into MCU

While the character’s earliest looks have obtained some criticism for their conventional method to Asian actors, the movie will undoubtedly avoid that challenge, with the manuscript by David Callaham improving Shang-Chi as well as director Destin Daniel Cretton’s plan to cast the film with mostly Asian and Asian American skill. The film offers a one-of-a-kind challenge for Marvel Studios, specifically as the project will undoubtedly be extremely different from anything they’ve done before.

Alex Landi wants to play Shang-Chi

Alex Landi from Gray's Anatomy wants to play Shang-Chi in MCU
Alex Landi from Gray’s Anatomy wants to play Shang-Chi in MCU

Alex Landi has formerly starred in Grey’s Anatomy and various other blockbuster movies. He is a major star. In the latest interview, he revealed that he would like to play the role of Shang-Chi, mainly because it is going to be the first superhero from Asia.

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“The first Asian superhero for Marvel, that would be dope. That’s my dream role right there. Any role in that movie, I think, would be great.”

Kevin Feige talks about Shang-Chi movie

Shang-Chi movie is in development
Shang-Chi movie is in development

“I believe every film that we do is a threat,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has said concerning the prospects of a Shang-Chi movie formerly. “We want to do motion pictures that people appear to assume are dangers. Doing the story of an Asian-American hero of Chinese heritage is fascinating to us. It will be truly various and also special.”

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“I hope target markets around the globe react to it in the same way they did to Steve Rogers … whether they have [an] American flag or not. It concerns the single story, spectacle and also experience that comes with Marvel Studios films.” 

Source: Comicbook, Screenrant

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