Anyone else find Shang-Chi to be kinda boring as a character?
He's also the son of a villain that Marvel has only sporadically owned the rights to and currently does not. This reeks of Disney executives looking at the catalog and going "What can we do to make a shit ton of money in China...?" without trying to put any effort into it.I looked him up and from his bio he seems to be a generic martial artist who fights stereotypical Chinese villains? I'm assuming the biggest part of the project will be taking his backstory and making it a consistent and compelling narrative - which, to be fair, Marvel has shown that they're capable of doing. I'll hold off judgement until there's more information.
It got rescheduled because of the Day of Remembrance for Bush.Hey. Hey.
I heard rumors there was going to be an Avengers 4 trailer released on Wednesday, and now Wednesday is almost over (EST) and there's no trailer.
Where's my Avengers 4 trailer, Marvel?!
That would be the best. Or just run a bunch of clips from the other movies of people who died in the snap, and then tag it "You know you want to know how we're bringing them back."I read an article that made an excellent point: they shouldn’t release a trailer. At all. Everyone is going to go see Avengers 4, except for the people who won’t no matter how good the trailer is. People are already at a fever pitch for excitement. They have nothing to gain by releasing a trailer, and the only thing it can do is disappoint at fanboys rage that it doesn’t match their exact predictions or desires from their imaginations.
So I say don’t release it at all. Just show the title card with the name and be done.
I keep thinking this is a good idea, but then they're like "New Captain Marvel trailer" and I'm like "Let's drop everything, watch it twice, and then run home and make my kids watch it too". So weak.As is my usual policy, I'm not going to watch the trailer