Warning - This article contains spoilers for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is now out in the world. Having just been released worldwide in theaters, everyone is getting the chance to finally experience the film. Based on all the positive reactions, it looks like another win for Marvel Studios.
Not only does the film introduce audiences to Shang-Chi himself but also to an entirely new corner of the MCU, including a new mystical city called Ta Lo. The expansion to the MCU mythos is insane with the movie setting up a lot of things down the line for fans to look forward to.
One of the biggest surprises of the film was the return of Iron Man 3's Sir Bens Kingsley as Trevor Slattery; he didn't come alone, though. He had a new companion to keep him company during his long sun-less stay in Wenwu's prison: Morris.
Now, both of them have brand-new character posters which have been released by Marvel Studios.
Trevor and Morris Receive Shang-Chi Posters
Marvel Studios released two new character posters for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings featuring Sir Ben Kingsley's Trevor Slattery and his furry companion, Morris.
The first poster is for Kingsley's Trevor Slattery, looking braver than he fared in Shang-Chi's final battle.
The second is for Morris, everyone's favorite new companion.
Shang-Chi's Unusual Duo
Fans have taken kindly to Morris, who has become the subject of many memes—rightfully so, he's quite the cute companion. After all, without him, not only would Trevor have potentially gone crazy, but our group of heroes would never have reached Ta Lo in time.
As for Trevor, it's obvious to say that his part in this film was far better received than that in Iron Man 3. If anything, this film made him more of an actual character than a misplaced joke. One can never have enough of Sir Ben Kingsley in a film.
Both of them even made it out of the movie alive, so fans can rest assured knowing that they could end up in another film down the line. If Morris is never to be seen again, Marvel may have some pushback to deal with.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is now available in theaters worldwide.