Marvel Reportedly Seeking Chinese American Actors for ‘Shang-Chi’ Role
Production for Marvel’s first-ever Asian-led superhero movie “Shang-Chi” has begun and the studio is allegedly putting out test offers for actors to play the part.
Variety film reporter Justin Kroll has allegedly been told that “Marvel is putting out test offers for a group of men in their 20s for its SHANG-CHI movie” and that the studio “have also been adamant to reps offering up their clients for the role that they have to be of Chinese ancestry no other Asian ancestry excepted.”
With comic-con closing in, hearing Marvel is putting out test offers for a group of men in their 20s for its SHANG-CHI movie. Marvel have also been adamant to reps offering up their clients for the role that they have to be of Chinese ancestry no other Asian ancestry excepted.
It was recently reported that Marvel is eyeing Donnie Yen for an unspecified role in “Shang-Chi” while “Aquaman” actor Ludi Lin was allegedly on Kevin Feige’s radar to play the titular role.
Featured image via Marvel
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