'Hobbs & Shaw' Writer on Rewriting Jason Statham's Lines and Marvel's 'Shang-Chi' Surprise

On July 20, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige surprised fans at San Diego Comic-Con by revealing that long-in-the-works villain The Mandarin would be hitting the big screen (for real this time).

The character has been teased since Iron Man (2008), and, in a major misdirect, was marketed as the villain of Iron Man 3 (2013), until it was revealed Ben Kingsley's character was actually an out-of-work actor playing a role and was hired by the villainous Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce). Because of his history with the character, Iron Man 3 screenwriter Drew Pearce has more reason than most to ...
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