Destin Daniel Cretton prepares to see the premiere of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, her first movie with Marvel Studios. The filmmaker revealed who helped him make the decision to accept the position.
When someone has a new job there is always some pressure around the challenge they are embarking on. But … Imagine being hired in the most famous company on the planet in your field? … That is perhaps the feeling that an employee of Hollywood when receiving a call from Marvel Studios when requesting their services.
The specific case, for example, was that of Destin Daniel Cretton, director of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. The filmmaker had a lot of fear and doubts about whether or not he should accept the opportunity. However, it had a little boost.
This is the advice of Ryan Coogler, who directed Black Panther, which helped his fellow worker, trying to convince him to follow in his footsteps, as he would enter the big leagues. After their conversation, the result was evident, Cretton accepted and is already preparing for the launch of his debut with ‘The House of Ideas’.
On the shared experience with Coogler, the writer with Asian roots gave his statements and these were his words.
“I was really scared to go into a great studio movie like this and scared of what it might do to me… I was so scared, and what Ryan told me, that… it really put my mind at ease, was: ‘Well the pressure is hard, it will be the hardest thing you’ve ever done so far. But none of that pressure or none of those complications comes from the people you are working with or for whom you are working. ‘”he commented to his colleague.
More about the project
The film will star Simu Liu like our hero Shang-Chi, Awkwafina like her friend Katy, Michelle Yeoh What Ying Nan y Tony Leung What Xu Wenwy, the father of Shang-Chi. Other cast members include Meng’er, Zhang, Fernando Chien, Florian Munteanu, Benedict Won, Tim Roth, Yuen Wah, Ronny Chieng, Zach Cherry and Dallas Liu. The project, which is still awaiting its release date on Disney +, will premiere in theaters from next September 2.
Source: Screen Rant