Now we all long to finally get to see the Marvel movies that have been postponed due to the pandemic. Eternals is one of the upcoming titles that has now been given a new, later release date, and it looks like we will see the film at the end of the year!
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After a new trailer has been released, we have even greater insight into what this great film will be about and who is on the cast. Here we list everything you need to know about Marvels Eternals:
What is Eternals about?
Eternals is based on the comic book of the same name, published by Marvel for the first time in the 70’s. In the series, we get to follow Eternals, the earth’s foremost defender from an extraterrestrial genus. Their main enemy is the Deviants, who also have superpowers but who of course do not use it for good purposes.
Is Eternals part of MCU?
The big question, as always with new Marvel movies, is of course whether they are part of what we call the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and thus take place in the same universe as the Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man, and the rest of the Avengers gang. , or if, like the previous Venom movie and the X-Men, they are separated from this major story.
Eternals, on the other hand, are a clear part of the MCU, more specifically a part of phase four of the universe. The events that lead to Eternals clashing with the Deviants in the film should be a consequence of the events in the latest Avengers film Endgame. In the trailer we also get to see a short sequence where Tony Stark and Steve Rogers are mentioned.
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Who is involved?
Of course, Eternals is filled to the brim with well-known and acclaimed actors. Here are some of the names we have confirmed and what characters they play:
Angelina Jolie – Thena
Gemma Chan, known from Humans and Crazy Rich Asians – Sersi.
Richard Madden, known from Game of Thrones – Ikaris.
Salma Hayek – Ajak.
Kit Harington, known from Game of Thrones – Dane Whitman.
Kumail Nanjiani, known from Silicon Valley and The Big Sick – Kingo.
Barry Keoghan, known from The Killing of a Sacred Dear and Dunkirk – Druig.
Lauren Ridloff, known from The Walking Dead – Makkari.
Brian Tyree Henry – Phastos.
Lia McHugh – Sprite.
Don Lee – Gilgamesh.
The director is none other than the now Oscar-winning Chloé Zhao, who is behind, among other things, the critically acclaimed film Nomadland.
When and where can I watch Eternals?
After being promoted from initially having a premiere date in February this year, we have now got a new date. 5 November 2021 Eternals will go to the cinemas. Furthermore, the film will be available to stream on Disney Plus at launch in Sweden remains to be seen.