Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings the new chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be released from today 1 September in Italian cinemas: before launching yourself in the hall, however, the advice is to take a leap on Disney +, that's why!
Speaking with Uproxx, Shang-Chi director Destin Daniel Cretton praised the famous Marvel One-Shot "All Hail The King," a short film set after the events of Iron Man 3 and centered on the mysterious and controversial Trevor Slattery, the 'fake 'Mandarin played by Ben Kingsley in the film with Robert Downey Jr.
In "Marvel One-Shot: All Hail The King" released in 2014 and now available on Disney + Trevor Slattery is seen in prison celebrated for his actions by other inmates up to when he is not approached by a 'fake' documentary director who is actually a member of the criminal organization of the Ten Rings: this informs Trevor Slattery that they are about to get him out of prison in order to put him in touch with the real Mandarin, who in Shang -Who and the Legend of the Ten Rings is played by Tony Leung.
Destin Daniel Cretton said: "I love that One Shot, it was a cutting edge movie and it's part of the MCU. And so we stayed true to that story and included it in our movie. Not only do I think it was a lot of fun, but I also think it's essential for that character. " In short, a mandatory pit stop to be granted before entering the hall to see Shang-Chi, in which, among other things, the presence of Ben Kingsley has been officially confirmed, who will return to play the role of Trevor Slattery.