Eternals Final Trailer Breakdown:- It’s a Marvel movie, so it’s got a lot of big names in it. Among the characters seen in the trailer are Ajak, the Eternals’ leader; Lia McHugh, the young-yet old Sprite; Richard Madden, the Superman-like Ikaris; Brian Tyree Henry, the inventor Phastos; Ma Dong-seok, Gilgamesh (yes, that Gilgamesh); Angelina Jolie, the slay queen Thena; and Gemma Chan, Sersi, Druig Dane Whitman, a human character played by Kit Harington of Game of Thrones, goes on to become the comics’ Black Knight. But in this teaser, he wonders why none of these men came up to smack Thanos in the face. That’s a good
Unlike previous MCU movies, Eternals is written and directed by Chloé Zhao, who won Best Director and Best Film Oscars for her efforts on Nomadland earlier in 2018. That cinematic cred comes from a childhood spent in the pages of comics and fantasy, according to a new feature in Entertainment Weekly
If not for Chloé, we wouldn’t have tried this, Feige remarked. A director who is equal parts visionary and genre geek, we thought. She can speak about manga, Star Wars, and Marvel comics better than we could. It’s a remarkable mix. It also symbolizes all of Chloé’s many manifestations.”
New footage from Marvel’s Eternals reveals more about the royal-looking heroes first teased months ago. Long before humans landed on Earth 7,000 years ago, the immortal extraterrestrial species fought the wicked Deviants.
The trailer has plenty of fresh material. Dane Whitman (Kit Harington) and Kro (Angelina Jolie) are seen for the first time, as well as two Celestials (Kit Harington and Angelina Jolie).
Ajak (Salma Hayek) references the Emergence in the teaser, which we’ll explain later.
A sequel to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Eternals is the next MCU Phase 4 film. But Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige recently hinted that Eternals could come to Disney Plus as well.
These horrific monsters are seen in the teaser, as well as why the Eternals didn’t stop Thanos. Celestials, strong alien cosmic creatures that first appeared in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy.