Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: Disney Plus Date for New Marvel Movie

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: Disney Plus Date for New Marvel Movie

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

While Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings can still be seen in the cinema, the people in charge at Disney have now announced the official start date of the Marvel film on Disney +. Starting November 12, MCU fans will be able to watch the film as part of their subscription on the streaming platform. So far, Shang-Chi has grossed around 306.6 million US dollars at the box office. You can read what we think of the new Marvel hero in our film review.

Release as part of the very first "Disney + Day"

The announcement of the start date of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was just a small part of a much bigger announcement from the Disney team. On November 12th there will also be the first Disney + Day with many surprises. In the run-up, those responsible have already given a first foretaste of the upcoming line-up. From then on, Jungle Cruise and Home Sweet Home Alone - a new film from the Kevin Alone-at-Home series - will also be available at Disney +. Disney has also planned something especially for all Marvel fans. In a "Marvel Special Look", the makers want to celebrate the MCU and give an exclusive look at the future of the universe.

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During the pandemic, Marvel Studios succeeded in setting a new all-time record in the US with Shang-Chi. var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1380075,1378399,1379154'; However, Disney is still keeping a secret what fans will get to see here. But it is quite conceivable that the first material from upcoming Marvel series will be shown here. And there are plenty of those at Marvel Studios for the foreseeable future. After Hawkeye received his appointment (November 24th) and most recently a trailer, fans may look forward to Ms. Marvel. The series is slated to start on Disney + later this year. Moon Knight, She-Hulk and Secret Invasion are currently in production.

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Shang-Chi Shot 2 Different Origin Stories For The Ten Rings


The prologue for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings set the stage nicely, explaining what the titular artifacts where, how they’d slowly corrupted Tony Leung’s Wenwu and why his thirst for wealth and power had ultimately alienated his two children following their mother’s death.

Opening a blockbuster with reams of exposition can often be a risky move, one that slows the pace down to a crawl that the rest of the film never recovers from, as Mark Wahlberg’s crushingly tedious Infinite can attest. However, Shang-Chi‘s first scenes were punctuated by lavish visuals and bursts of effects-driven action while setting the stage, so it worked within the context of the narrative.

In a new interview with Inverse, writer Dave Callaham revealed that two origin stories for the organization were shot before the studio settled on the version deemed superior, but he did hint that the unused sequences could form the basis of a different story to be told at another time.

“There were scenes shot for the movie that suggested one origin. There were scenes shot later that suggested a different origin. We didn’t know which one we wanted to say it was. We intentionally chose that as the final version. We realized, in these two hours, it doesn’t make any difference at all where it comes from. That’s not the story we’re telling. But it sure is an interesting question we’d love to talk about later. Or someone will.”

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings continues to dominate the box office having held strong for three weeks, with Simu Liu’s title hero already confirmed as the newest member of the Avengers. It’s been a massive win all-round for the cast, crew and studio, so much so that fans are already hoping one of those mystery 2024 release dates gets taken by a sequel.