‘Eternals’ Marvel Studios: Trailer, Release Date, Plot, Cast, Official Teaser & Review
Marvel Studios Drop the official Eternals First Trailer Teaser, the upcoming MCU movie directed by Academy Award winner Chloé Zhao.
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Ensemble Cast –
Brian Tyree Henry,
and Kumail Nanjiani.
Unknown Facts Of ‘Eternals’ Movie
These are some latest updates and news from Eternals First Trailer. Along with the teaser trailer, Marvel also released a brand new poster for the Phase 4 movie, providing an additional look at the superhero team and also teasing the MCU debut of the Black Knight, aka Dane Whitman, played by Kit Harington, whose name appears on the cast list. The poster depicts the immortal heroes silhouetted against a sunlit backdrop directly beneath a starry night sky, offering another taste of Chloé Zhao’s signature filming style and the use of natural light to illuminate a frame.
The film takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame” and centers on a group of immortal aliens who have lived on Earth for over 7,000 years as they reunite to protect humanity from the villainous Deviants.
Eternals First Trailer [Teaser]
The trailer presents the Marvel Cinematic Universe adaptation of the sci-fi saga of late Jack Kriby to a huge new audience for the first time in a captivating taste.
Until now, the Eternals were even less recognisable than the Guardians of the Galaxy before their 2014 film. In July 1976, the characters made their first appearance in The Eternals #1.
Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Brian Tyree Henry, Salma Hayek, Lia McHugh, Don Lee, Gemma Chan, and Barry Keoghan star in Eternals, directed by Oscar winner Chloe Zhao.
Richard Madden and Kit Harington, who played the Stark brothers on Game of Thrones, will also appear in the film. Ikaris is played by Madden, and Dane Whitman is played by Harington.
Check out below The official teaser :
Eternals release date :
Disney is scheduled to release “Eternals” in theaters. The movie now arrive on November 5, 2021 in UK, India and other.
Eternals was originally slated to hit theaters in November of 2020, but like almost all of its blockbuster peers, was shifted due to the COVID pandemic to February 2021. A second release date shuffle landed Eternals on the release date of November 5, 2021, which it seems to be sticking to. Back in September, Disney confirmed Eternals would exclusively be released in theaters, ruling out the day-and-date Disney+ Premiere Access route Black Widow took (resulting in quite the legal hullabaloo).
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Wait, Who Are the Eternals?
Created in 1976 by one of the greats, Jack Kirby, in his trademark madcap cosmic style, the Eternals are basically a more advanced form of human evolution. Many, many thousands of years ago, the god-like figures known as Celestials started tinkering with Earth’s earliest life forms.
The more positive results of their experimentation were the Eternals, quasi-immortal beings born wide a wide array of superpowers, tasked with defending the Earth from their more monstrous counterparts, the Deviants. Like most comic book characters, the Eternals have mixed and matched names, faces, and vibes throughout the years, but these are the versions Zhao is bringing to the big screen:
Sersi (Chan): An empath with the ability to manipulate the molecules inside inanimate objects, Sersi poses as a museum curator while living among humans. According to Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, Sersi is the lead character of the film. Here’s what he said, while also speaking on the importance of Chan’s casting:
Ikaris (Madden): In the comics, Ikaris goes by the extremely conspicuous name of “Ike Harris” on Earth, something I deeply hope has carried over into the film. Gifted with the power of flight and the ability to fire cosmic energy beams out of his eyes, Ikaris is one-third of an intense love triangle with Sersi and Harington’s human Dane Whitman that forms the backbone of Eternals. Here’s what Chan told Vanity Fair:
Druig (Keoghan): Druig has the power to control other people’s minds and because he is played by Barry Keoghan there is a roughly 99% chance he’s going to betray everyone in the third act.
Ajak (Hayek): As the primary liaison for the Eternals and their Celestial overlords Ajak—genderswapped from the character’s historically male appearance in the comics—is ostensibly the team’s leader, and by all accounts will act as the film’s “Nick Fury” role, bringing together the various Eternals from all corners of the globe.
Sprite (McHugh): A tiny trickster capable of constructing elaborate illusions, Sprite has a bit of a tragic vampire situation going on, as she’s still thousands of years old but trapped in the body of a 12-year-old.
Makkari (Ridloff): Another history-maker for the MCU, Makkari—the resident speedster of the Eternals—is the franchise’s first deaf superhero. Appropriately, the character is portrayed by deaf actor Lauren Ridloff, who recently spoke to her experience on set:
Phastos (Henry): The weapons and tech guy of the Eternals, Phastos also holds the distinction of being the first openly gay superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here’s what actor Haaz Sleiman, who plays Phastos’ husband in the film, told Logo about filming the MCU’s first same-sex kiss:
Gilgamesh (Lee): Although every Eternal has, at the very least, a hint of super strength, Gilgamesh is the strongest. Also, because he is played by Korean-American actor Don Lee, he is all but guaranteed to be the coolest dude in this film, if not the entire MCU.
Kingo (Nanjiani): Doing the exact opposite of blending in, Kingo—whose Eternals power is flinging cosmic projectiles from his hands—is a world-famous Bollywood movie star down on Earth. “I took months of Bollywood dance classes to prepare for that,” Nanjiani told us. “It’s really a workout… and you know, there’s like 52 dancers, and 51 of them are professional dancers, and then there’s me!”
Thena (Jolie): Capable of constructing a variety of weapons out of cosmic energy, Thena is a top-tier warrior whose been mistaken for a literal goddess by several ancient societies. She’s been a close, personal friend to Gilgamesh for thousands of years, and also occasionally partakes in a secret romantic relationship with the Deviant names Kro, who is all but confirmed to be the main antagonist of Eternals. Yes, this film is like 65% saucy romantic drama already and quite frankly we’re here for it.
Who Is The Villain In ‘Eternals’?
The second Eternals trailer confirmed the inevitable: The title team will be facing off against Deviants. While the Celestials eventually got their experiments right and created the near-perfect Eternals, things went horrifically wrong for a while there, resulting in the Deviants. Burdened with horrific appearances and none of their Eternal counterparts’ immortality or abilities, the Deviants have pretty much dedicated their entire existence to seeking revenge for the crime of their own creation.
What Is the Plot of ‘Eternals’?
Based on the trailers, we know that the sudden re-appearance of half of all life in the universe during Avengers: Endgame kicked off something ominously known as “The Emergence,” an event dire enough for Ajax to reunite all the Eternals on Earth. Feige has also described the plot—from a script co-written by Zhao, Patrick Burleigh, and Ryan Firpo—as “a very bold and very ambitious, sprawling 7,000-year story of humanity and our place in the cosmos.” Beyond that, for now, we mostly just have the film’s official synopsis:
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