We are currently preparing for the premiere Shang Qi and the Legends of the Ten Rings, The first movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, whose main character will be a character from Asia – this fact prompted Kevin Feige, the creator responsible for the development of the universe, to participate in an interview of his reflections on decisions he regrets when it comes to Marvel films created in recent years.
This turned out later He considers it wrong to regard Tilda Swinton, an Academy Award winner from Great Britain, as being ancient Doctor strange From 2016Because this character in the comics has always been a man and an Asian. As Feige says, the primary motivation behind this decision was a desire to avoid the cliché of the “ancient Asian sage”, so it was decided to reverse the pattern by changing the gender and origin of the characters – but he admits that regardless of the motive was an example of “whitewashing” the hero and deserved to indulge in Criticism for this reason.
As a reminder, a continuation is titled Strange doctor in the multiverse of insanity, It will show cinemas in March next year. Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), Schwitel Ejofor (Mordo), Rachel McAdams (Christine Palmer) and Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlett Witch) will return to their previously played characters – in turn, the well-known director from films about Spider Mania Sam Remy. Shang Qi and the Legends of the Ten Rings While it will premiere in September this year.
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