Finn Jones is a famous 34-year-old British actor, known for having played Loras Tyrell in the hit HBO series, Game of Thrones (83%), and for his role as Iron Fist/”Danny” Rand in the TV series. Netflix, Iron Fist (19%) and The Defenders (74%). According to a recent report (via ComicBookResources), Jones wants to see Iron Fist shine in the sequel to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (95%), but he has another actor in mind to take up the superhero mantle in this one. next MCU project.

In a recent interview with (via CBR), Jones revealed that she would be delighted to see her former co-star, Jessica Henwick, reprise her role as Colleen Wing, the fearless martial artist, in Shang-Chi 2, after her story was abruptly cut short after the cancellation of Iron Fist in 2018. Finn Jones had this to say to the outlet:

It would be nice to see Colleen come back and still have the Iron Fist… I think it would be great if she showed up in Shang-Chi and she still had the Iron Fist. There’s so much chance that you can pick this up from where we left off in season two.

In Netflix’s Iron Fist, a show set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Finn Jones plays “Danny” Rand, aka Iron Fist, a billionaire orphan, Buddhist monk, and martial arts expert who returns home after having spent years training to fight. The series received severe negative reviews for its dialogue, poor fight scenes, and Jones’ performance. Instead, Henwick’s turn as Colleen was one of the show’s most acclaimed elements.

Henwick’s performance in Iron Fist was so praised that Marvel Studios didn’t think twice and offered her the role of Xu Xialing, sister of Shang-Chi in 2021’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Last year, Henwick revealed that she had turned down this role to go work on The Matrix Resurrections (65%), in part because she still held out hope of playing Colleen again one day. The actress previously had this to say (via CBR):

If she did [Shang-Chi], she would be putting Colleen to sleep forever. She wasn’t the main factor, but she definitely came up in a conversation. I love Colleen. She changed my life. Of course, if I had the opportunity to visit her again, I would, but I don’t know how likely that is.

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