Filming for The Eternals has begun. The Eternals is one of the MCU’s biggest productions for Phase 4, but Marvel seems to carefully be keeping it low profile.
Kevin Feige officially announced The Eternals movie at the SDCC 2019. The movie will finally come out on November 6, 2020, based on announcements so far, even though fans have been hearing about an Eternals movie since 2018. Production had already begun before the film was announced and now filming has started.
November 2020 may seem a little far, but fans will be getting the Black Widow movie and The Winter Soldier and Falcon show on Disney plus before that.
The Eternals are not the most popular and even long term Marvel fans may be unfamiliar with them. They have appeared in relatively fewer Marvel comics than heroes like Spider-Man, The Avengers, and X-Men.
Most of the plot and details of The Eternals movie are under wraps, but Kevin Feige told us that it would be a story about an incredibly eclectic group of immortals.
Basically, all details at the moment are just speculation. The Eternals connection to the MCU. Thanos, the main antagonist of the Marvel Cinematic Universe “Infinity Saga,” was an Eternal. Though Thanos is dead, we are now getting a whole lot of new Eternals and their origin stories.
The cast of the Eternals movie consists of some of the A-listers of Hollywood.
- Angelina Jolie as “Thena”
- Salma Hayek as “Ajax”
- Richard Madden as “Ikaris”
- Lauren Ridloff as “Makkari”
- Kumail Nanjiani as “Kingo”
- Brian Tyree Henry as “Phaistos”
- Don Lee as “Gilgamesh”
- Lia McHugh as “Sprite
The addition of The Eternals to the already diverse MCU may be a tiring job. The MCU has already introduced the Celestials and many more cosmic beings including the rumor of Galactus in Phase 4. Thus the future of Marvel Cinematic Universe lies in the cosmos, and our excitement is Eternal!
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