Ronnie Chieng of Crazy Rich Asians has joined the cast of Shang-Chi at Marvel Studios and The Legend of the Ten Rings.
Daily Show correspondent Ronnie Chiang has joined the cast of the upcoming Marvel Studios movie Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Ring.
According to the discussion film, the cast of Shang-Chi was halted as a result of the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19) prior to the production of the film, although Marvel
There is no official statement from the studio on this matter.
At this time, there is no information on which Marvel character Chiang will play during the discussion if the information in the discussion movie turns out to be correct.
Chiang appeared on several Australian television shows before becoming a reporter on The Daily Show, including Littleton and It’s a Date. In 2017, Ching will star in his comedy series titled Ronnie Cheung: International Student. The actor also appeared in the 2018 movie Crazy Rich Asians and has a Netflix comedy special titled Asian Comedian Destroy America.
In March, production of the Sydney-based Shang-Chi was discontinued, with similar shows from Marvel Studios TV Wandavision and The Falcon and Winter Soldier. It is unclear when production will begin on these projects. Shang-Chi was originally intended to be released on February 12, 2022, it has now been moved to May 7, 2022.
Destin Daniel Cretan, directed by Shang-chi and starring Simu Liu, Legend of the Ten Rings, Tony Leung, and Akwavafina. It is expected to hit theaters on May 7, 2022.