Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings star Simu Liu uncovers his vocal chops in another karaoke video where he sings portions from Disney songs and John Legend. Shang-Chi, the second film in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, opened this end of the week and is ready to break Labor Day film industry records. The movie likewise stars Tony Leung, Michelle Yeoh, Awkwafina, Meng’er Zhang, and Fala Chen and was coordinated by Destin Daniel Cretton.
While sitting down with The Hollywood Reporter, Liu was gotten some information about his go-to karaoke songs, which instantly drove him down the hare opening. He obviously couldn’t choose, switching between extracts of “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” from The Lion King, “Every last bit of Me” by John Legend, and “A Whole New World” from Aladdin. In the middle of songs, he shouts, “Would you be able to advise that I need Shang-Chi to be a melodic?” See the video beneath:
Considering that he played out those songs cold with no planning, Simu Liu has some great lines, so it’s fairly surprising that prior to starring in Shang-Chi, Simu Liu hadn’t made any significant melodic ventures. Nonetheless, he was the trick twofold for Pete Wentz when he played a combatant in the Fall Out Boy music video “Hundreds of years.” Plus, considering that Disney claims two of the songs Liu sang, possibly they’ll get a cover collection out of him at some point or another. Between kung fu, singing, dramatization, and parody (Liu featured in the sitcom Kim’s Convenience prior to being given a role as Shang-Chi), Liu is certainly a fourfold danger.
Sadly, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will not offer the star any chances to sing, however apparently no one will miss that even with him showing off his hand to hand fighting ability. Possibly the inevitable Shang-Chi 2 can find an approach to get him into a karaoke stall prior to saving the world. This wouldn’t be altogether unprecedented, considering that Captain America: The First Avenger highlighted a melodic number formed by Disney sturdy Alan Menken. Given the manner in which Marvel loves to play with various classifications within their superhuman flicks, one never knows exactly what’s around the bend.