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Why Shang-Chi’s Post-Credit Scene Includes [SPOILER]

Warning! Major SPOILERS ahead for Marvel's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Director Destin Daniel Cretton explains how that Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings mid-credits time came about. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings opened in theaters to rave inspects from reviewers and gatherings alike and is on its way to break the Labor Day weekend box-office record. As is lore with the MCU, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings boasts a mid-credits scene setting up the character's future in the MCU, and here, the hero got to meet two legendary Avengers.

Before Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Destin Daniel Cretton was known for smaller character-based movies. His filmography included 2013 's Short Term 12, 2017 's The Glass Castle, and 2019 's Just Mercy. One thing that everything three of these movies had in common was they starred Brie Larson, who adepts in the MCU as Captain Marvel. Since Shang-Chi was an origin story for the deed reputation and focused on setting his nature up, it seemed this fleck of Larson and Destin Daniel Cretton collaborations was about to come to an extremity. Nonetheless, the collaboration continues, as the mid-credits scene of Shang-Chi peculiarity Brie Larson's Carol Danvers alongside Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner speaking to Shang-Chi, Katy, and Wong about the Ten Rings.

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In an interview with Variety, Cretton explains how the Larson cameo came along and that when the situation was first pitched, it was unclear which Avengers would be debriefing Shang-Chi. Cretton was able to get his wish of working with Larson, thanks to the fact they are communicating through holograms and can go back to their own undertakings without needing to be in the same room. Both Larson's and Ruffalo's proportions were some of the last things shot for the post-credit scenes. Cretton said 😛 TAGEND

“[ Post-credit representations] go through so many nips and modernizes depending on what’s being developed in other pictures and movies in the MCU. It was so dependent on what those characters are doing in the MCU around that time. We talked about it being Brie, but we did not know that it could make plausible sense that Brie could be there. I mean, it patently facilitates that we aimed up mooring on hologram different versions of these references so they can merely step away and get back into whatever crazy material they’re dealing with. And I’m not even thoroughly well understood what they’re dealing with. All I know is I pitch theories, and the only time that sentiments get kicked back is if it doesn’t manufacture logical feel to other ideas that are percolating for those characters. I hadn’t seen Brie in a long time, so to be able to catch up with her on plan, and hang out while she’s wearing a Captain Marvel attire -- it was super weird, but we had a good laugh."

Cretton and Larson are one of many long-time traitors who have found a practice working in conjunction in the MCU. Before being direct in Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan was previously in Ryan Coogler's previous two cinemas Fruitville Station and Creed. James Gunn is known for casting many of the same performers across his various cinemas, with both Michael Rooker and Sean Gunn featured in both Guardians of the Galaxy films. While it is unknown if Cretton will return for a Shang-Chi sequel , now that the connection has been compiled, "its more than" likely Captain Marvel could cameo once more.

Larson's Captain Marvel cameo also illuminates a lot about Carol Danvers's place in the MCU post-Avengers: Endgame. Due to her film being a prequel and the specific characteristics being out in space, her character was unknown to many attributes in the MCU. Following Thanos' snap, Carol became a part of the Avengers, manipulating alongside Black Widow, War Machine, and Captain America. It performs now she has become a greater part of the various superhero social cliques, thrown Spider-Man's reference to her in Spider-Man: Far From Home, and that she is working closely with Bruce Banner and Wong at the end of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. This could suggest Captain Marvel is a more publicly known hero, laying the groundwork for her to be the favorite protagonist of Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, in the upcoming Disney+ sequence leading into her own film, The Marvels.

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Source: Variety

Read more: screenrant.com

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