‘Shang-Chi’: Deleted scene reveals connection to Iron Man


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    A deleted scene from the Marvel movie ‘Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings‘, released last September, has revealed a link with the first Iron Man movie and the beginnings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

    After the surprise of the Mandarin in ‘Iron Man 3’, we saw the real Mandarin appear in ‘Shang-Chi’ as the leader of The Ten Rings, the same organization that kidnapped Tony Stark in the first ‘Iron Man’ movie.

    The deleted scene, included in the Blu-Ray edition of ‘Shang-Chi’, is titled ‘Do it yourself‘and begins after the death of Shang-Chi’s mother, Ying Li.

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    We already knew that Shang-Chi’s father Wenwu returns to the Ten Rings after that tragic loss and regains control of his criminal empire. But, what we missed with the deleted scene, is that Wenwu speaks with a captured Iron Gang leader to discuss his meeting with Raza, the leader of Afghanistan’s Ten Rings operations..

    For those who may not remember, Raza is the name of the leader of the Ten Rings from ‘Iron Man’ who was in charge of the mission to capture Tony. The scene does not confirm whether Wenwu was behind the kidnapping., but, as he was monitoring all the activity of the Ten Rings, it suggests that there is a link between the two.

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    Everything closes in a circle when Wenwu, or at least his organization, stands responsible for the creation of Iron Man, which in turn led the Avengers, and now Shang-Chi will now be welcomed into the fold as an Avenger. following his meeting with Wong, Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel), and Bruce Banner, as seen in the post-credit scene from ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’.

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