Black Widow, Shang-Chi Among Big Winners at People's Choice Awards 2021

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There's no denying that the MCU movies have been a crowd-favorite as most of them have grossed more than a billion dollars and received positive responses from the general public. Even the Phase Four films, which premiered during the current pandemic, have also been doing well at the box office and it just shows that the audience will always be there whenever there's an MCU movie.

In the recent 2021 People's Choice Awards, MCU movies bagged some of the top prizes including Best Movie of 2021 for Black Widow, Best Action Movie of 2021 for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Best Female Movie Star of 2021 for Scarlett Johansson in Black Widow, and Best Action Movie Star of 2021 for Simu Liu in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

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MCU TV shows also prevailed in the television categories with Loki winning Best Show of 2021, Tom Hiddleston winning Best Male TV Star of 2021 for his performance in Loki, and Elizabeth Olsen winning Best Female TV Star of 2021 for her performance in WandaVision.


It is great to hear that the aforementioned MCU films and TV shows won in those categories as it just shows that the general audience really likes them and it indicates that there is still a lot of support for the MCU as it goes through Phase Four.

Some might be wondering if they actually deserve those wins. The answer is all up to you since films and TV shows are subjective. The MCU's wins at the People's Choice Awards do show that the general audience loves them as they are the ones who voted for it, unlike the other award-giving bodies which are being voted by critics or industry professionals.

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Fortunately, there are a lot more MCU films and TV shows coming in the next few years that people will enjoy and, by the looks of it, it looks like there is no sign that the general audience's support for the MCU will not die down in the near future.