Fans Want Witty Outsider Tales in ‘Spider-Man’ and ‘Shang-Chi’


Those are the smaller touches in Marvel Cinematic Universe brought the world to life, including a hilarious outsider who appeared in both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Ring.

Now, fans online are speculating on the backstory of Klev, the man who famously told Tom Holland’s Spider-Man to “do a flip!” in Come home, taking place in Queens, New York. Curiously, Klev also streamed from his phone a martial arts match on the San Francisco Bus in Shang-Chi, boasting to his viewers, “I actually learned a bit of martial arts when I was younger, so I’ll try and score this match as we go.”

Below is a screenshot of the character, played by the actor Zach Cherry, in both Come home and Shang-Chi.

While the character may seem a bit squishy in the scheme of things, Klev became an internet sensation on Thursday when Reddit user u/NomenNescio13 posted on the r/MarvelStudios subreddit wondering about the character’s journey. What the character has been through throughout the epic and downfall of the MCU. For example, how did he find himself in Queens before Josh Brolin’s infamous “snap” of Thanos wiped out half of all life in the universe? Avengers: Infinity War? And what sequence of events in his life brought him to San Francisco after the “blink” when the Avengers corrected Thanos’ evil deeds and brought everyone back? Avengers: Endgame? Without a doubt, an epic journey must have taken place that Reddit users theorize could include family tragedy, chasing dreams, mending a broken heart or perhaps simply is a job opportunity.

“He’s just a comic relief bit, but I’m fascinating,” the Reddit user wrote. The post, which you can see below, has garnered considerable attention on the subreddit.

“The way we shot him was really, just let him improvise, like a ton,” Shang-Chi director Destin Daniel Cretton said of Klev’s farewell moments in the limelight. when a bystander filmed an epic battle from his phone and broadcast it to his followers during the bus scene, according to Vanity Fair incident of the scene.

Some of his impromptu moments are the much-needed humorous break in a tense backdrop, in which Simu Liu’s Shang-Chi comes face to face with six assassins sent by the hero’s father.

At one point, Klev shouts to Shang-Chi, “you’ve got this brother,” only to then repeat that encouragement when he sees Florian Munteanu’s Razor Fist revealing a machete arm. your own, saying, “My shit.”

When the bus driver was knocked down at the scene, Klev claimed he couldn’t get behind the wheel by himself, saying, “Every time I try to drive the bus, I get yelled at.”

Interestingly, Cretton went on to explain that filming Klev’s fight “turned out to be a very important story element because what he was recording on his cell phone was an arrangement for everyone to see.” who knows who Shang-Chi is.”

It’s fascinating to hear such a minor character can hold such importance in the MCU and further ignites our desire to see Klev on his own indie adventure one day, or at least appear periodically in future MCU movies.

Klev’s presence has not been forgotten since then Shang-Chi, because one of the character’s famous lines appeared subtly in the blockbuster blockbuster Spider-Man: There is no way home, also. The scene in question shows Peter Parker being surrounded by a mob upon entering the Midtown School of Science and Technology, after he is transformed into Spider-Man and surrounded by the paparazzi. One of the buzzing voices in the background of that scene was “Do a flip!” stream mixed with other chatter, it looks like an audio tape that stores words Come home the filmmakers inserted the scene, according to Klev’s MCU Fandom Wiki Page.

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