By The China Post, Taiwan/ Taiwan Immigrants' Global News Network
根據the China Post報導,【看CP學英文】漫威最新電影《尚氣》近期在美國勞動節長假中於短短三日內榮登北美票房冠軍，而亞裔男主角劉思慕也憑藉精湛的演出獲得國際讚賞。
According to the China Post, Marvel’s latest movie “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten rings” broke box office records in the U.S. during the Labor Day weekend, with lead actor Simu Liu (劉思慕) receiving praise for his stellar performance.
Amid soaring popularity, fans of the movie recently unearthed photos of Liu’s previous work as a model for Shutterstock, leading to many lauding it as the biggest “glow up” ever.
Twitter account Boss Logic recently shared four photos of Liu on Shutterstock that seemed to be illustrating colleagues and office work.
Boss Logic jokingly commented “I don’t think there is a bigger glow-up than from Shutterstock to MarvelStudios,” whilst tagging both Marvel and Liu in the post.
Amused social media users immediately took to the comment section to voice their amusement, with some saying the people in the stock photos are the new “Eternals,” the next Marvel movie to hit the big screen.
Others photoshopped the “Avengers” into the Shutterstock photos, showing Liu in a business-casual suit while the other characters appeared fully dressed in their standard outfits, gathered around a conference table.
Many called the photos “incredible” while one social media user even dug up an old recruitment advertisement seeking workers for a Canadian fast-food chain that also featured the Marvel star.
有網友挖出更早前劉思慕替加拿大一家連鎖速食店拍人事招募的海報。(圖 / 引自@nikomoniz/Twitter)
A Twitter user unearthed an old recruitment ad Liu did for a fast-food chain restaurant. (Photo courtesy of @nikomoniz/Twitter)
The funny tweet has left some feeling “inspired” as Liu’s past work experience ultimately led to him landing the lead as Marvel’s first Asian American superhero.
The “Shang-Chi” actor later retweeted a Shutterstock photo of himself pointing and laughing at a computer screen, captioning it: “Me laughing at the people who thought we’d flop.”
Authorization of this article from【The China Post】By Vivian Hsiao