Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

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I don't think words can truly express the wave of emotions that hit me upon returning to theaters to see my first MCU movie in a theater since July 2019. And then Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings began playing and I was truly left stunned. Shang-Chi was one of the most beautifully crafted Marvel movies we've ever seen. From its breathtaking visuals and extraordinary action sequences to its phenomenal cast, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a true masterpiece and celebration of diverse storytelling. Simu Liu's casting as Shang-Chi was perfect, and his introduction couldn't come at a better time in the MCU's history. He's a hero that has left fans excited for what's next to come and whose story has only just begun. I can't wait to see where this ride takes us next!
- Cody Schultz
Entertainment Director

Why you should join this fandom

If you're looking for a new entry into the vast and always growing MCU, Shang-Chi is the perfect introduction to the passionate fandom. As Marvel's newest hero, Shang-Chi's journey has only just begun, but as evident by the positive reception to the character and film, the future is looking brighter than ever for Marvel's newest Avenger. Shang-Chi is primed for an even bigger role in the MCU moving forward, and there is no better time than the present to join the millions of fans worldwide who have already fallen in love with Marvel's newest hero.

How this fandom is changing entertainment

It's no secret that Marvel doesn't have the best track record with diversity, but Shang-Chi is yet another step in the right direction for the studio, with the film serving as the first Asian-led superhero film within the MCU. As Liu commented of the role's impact in an interview with Games Radar, “It’s a beautiful and exciting new origin story for this character that a lot of the world hasn’t heard of before. And it means that kids growing up today will have what I didn’t, which are characters that are aspirational, that also reflect their lived experience”