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How ‘Shang Chi’s’ Production Designer Built a World Around Chinese Culture and Kung Fu Movies

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Jazz Tangcay Artisans EditorFrom dragon scales to the five elements of Chinese philosophy, production designer Sue Chan worked to incorporate numerous element into the set details of Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”From ancient worlds to San Francisco and a magical village protected by dragons, Chan and her team were faced with the mammoth task of striking a variety of moods as Simu Liu’s Shang Chi and the audience travel through these scenes.A monotone palette was used for Wenwu’s (Tony Leung) world, forboding and devoid of art.

The village was filled with saturated greens and nature, and Chan wove in red and gold, “which in Chinese culture are ubiquitous.”Chan breaks down the magical world of “Shang Chi and the.

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