Shang-Chi’s manager revealed that he almost had a wild brother in the MCU

When the cards fell, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings It ends up as the intimate story of Simu Liu’s titular character and his relationships with his father Wenwu (Tony Leung) and sister (Meng’er Zhang). As it turns out, however, Shang-Chi almost had a brother in the movie, and that brother may or may not have anything to do with the movie’s great bad.

In a new interview, Destin’s Daniel Creighton, Shang-Chi helmer, suggested that there was one iteration of the script where Shang-Chi had a brother who eventually turned into a monster, possibly the inspiration for the comics.

“I mean, at one point in time, there was a moment when Shang Qi had a brother who was left with my father instead of a sister,” Creighton said. Hey ho! entertainment. “That was early. And there’s inspiration from the comics for that character. And I think the brother, like, turned into a monster at some point.”

Then screenwriter Dave Callaham added that there were a few things early in the development process that Marvel Studios wanted to remove for ultimately being “too crazy.”

The transcriber added, “We were doing some pretty weird things at first before Jonathan pulled us in. He knows the world.” “I think Destin and I, when we got there, were like, ‘We can do anything! It’s a miracle! Honestly, there was no idea on the table at first, which is really cool from Marvel, to let the team explore a bit, and then eventually they tell you ‘You can’t do that, that’s too crazy’ or ‘We’re doing it somewhere else, but We can’t talk about, “that kind of thing.”

Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings directed by Destin Daniel Creighton It is produced by Kevin Feige And Jonathan Schwartz, with Luis de Esposito, Victoria Alonso and Charles North as executive producers. David Callaham, Destin Daniel Creighton and Andrew Lanham wrote the script for the film, which is now in theaters. The film is scheduled to be released in local media on November 12.

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