Comme annoncé, Destin Daniel Cretton a reçu les résultats de son test au COVID-19. Le réalisateur de Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings s’est depuis plusieurs jours isolé de sa famille et de l’équipe du film, sur les conseils de son médecin, interrompant la production du film Marvel Studios.

Destin Daniel Cretton a donc reçu les résultats de son test et, très bonne nouvelle, le résultat est négatif. Le réalisateur américain a annoncé la bonne nouvelle lui-même sur les réseaux sociaux.

Toutefois, cela ne change pas la situation du film pour autant, le tournage de Shang-Chi reste suspendu jusqu’à nouvel ordre, comme tous les autres films du groupe Disney actuellement en production. D’ailleurs, les économistes avancent que le maison de Mickey perd environ 350 000 dollars par jour, actuellement.

Sauf modification, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings reste annoncé pour le 10 février 2021.

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Last Friday, I decided to be tested for the Corona virus. I was working in close proximity with some people who had potentially been exposed, and because Nik and I have a newborn at home, I wanted to be as safe as possible. During my weekend of isolation away from my family, I had a lot of time to ponder this interesting moment in history that our second child was born into, a time full of opinions and division, where scientific truths are debated and brushed off as political spins. But in the midst of this storm, while staring up at a spot on my hotel ceiling that I swear looked exactly like a bunny, I could see something really quite beautiful happening. People all around the world are beginning to realize how connected we are, how vulnerable we are, how much we need each other to survive. I am happy to say that my test came back negative, but I will continue to be even more careful in the days ahead. Because if you believe in good science, and I do, we still have a mountain to climb together. No matter what you believe or how serious you think this problem is, please err on the side of safety and concern for those more vulnerable than you, and remember that having no symptoms doesn’t mean you’re not a carrier. Please stay hopeful, please stay humble, please stay home. Social distancing is an act of love for yourself, your family, and for every person on this planet. Sending all of you our love from Sydney, Australia.

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