Because of Simu Liu’s insulting remarks, “Shang-Chi” may not be released in mainland China?

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The movies of the Marvel series have a very high reputation all over the world.

Taking the global market as an example, several films of “Avengers” have been released, and they have won extremely high box office.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

The enthusiasm of the fans was also unprecedentedly high.

At that time, the several movies that collided with “Avengers” almost all lost in the box office game.

This also proves the strength of the Marvel series of films, not only has many loyal fans around the world, but also the market in mainland China has also been very successful.

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As the popularity of such films continues to rise, many industries derived from them have also been warmly welcomed by movie fans in mainland China.

Superheroes such as Iron Man, Spider-Man, and Captain America have also become objects of imitation by fans.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

However, with the appearance of the movie “Shang-Chi”, many fans in mainland China are dissatisfied.

Not long after the movie came out, it was exposed to the suspicion of “humiliating China”.

The reason is that Tony Leung played in the movie as the man of Manchu, the suspected prototype is Fu Manchu.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

The reputation of the movie “Shang-Chi” in mainland China has been affected to some extent.

But the good times didn’t last long, but Simu Liu, the Chinese male protagonist of “Shang-Chi”, was picked out of his previous insulting remarks against China.

When Simu Liu was interviewed by Canadian media before, he publicly stated that when he was very young, his parents would tell him some stories about life in China.

In addition, he reminisced seriously in front of the camera: Where you have people dying off starvation.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

He also used the exaggerated statement “they live in the third world” to ridicule the living environment in mainland China.

Then he expressed his sincere praise for the living environment in Canada.

The exposure of this incident has once again caused considerable controversy for many fans and netizens in mainland China.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

To know that Simu Liu is of Chinese descent, it is obviously very inappropriate to say such words.

This also caused the movie “Shang-Chi” to be criticized by mainland Chinese netizens again.

At present, the movie “Shang-Chi” has not been released in mainland China. Given this situation, is it possible that it will be cold before it is released?

After all, for Simu Liu’s remarks, many fans in mainland China have given up their plans to contribute to the box office of this movie, right?

I have to say that Simu Liu is a public figure, not to mention that he has an Asian identity.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

He failed to be cautious in his words and deeds, which is undoubtedly very detrimental to his future development of acting.

After all, Marvel movies are not just for the North American market.

Regarding Simu Liu’s inappropriate remarks, many mainland Chinese netizens have also expressed their intention to boycott the movie, and they firmly do not want the movie to be released in China.

I don’t know what Simu Liu thinks after he knows this.

Because of Simu Liu's insulting remarks, "Shang-Chi" may not be released in mainland China?

Conclusion: In fact, each of the Marvel series of movies can be said to be fine, but what Simu Liu did has ruined the audience in mainland China.

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No matter how wonderful the work is, it will still be boycotted by fans and netizens in mainland China.

I also hope that Simu Liu can think about his own problems and take a stand in the face of this matter.

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