Eternals teaser gives us a’ closer look’ at the immortals’ abilities,’ as well as ‘ a glimpse into their personal lives.new
For the first time, we see Gilgamesh, portrayed by Don Lee, demonstrate his abilities by punching a
gigantic monster rushing at him. We also get our first look at Phastos’ (Brian Tyree Henry) family as his
spouse (Haaz Sleiman) and their small kid meet Ikaris (Richard Madden) and Sersi (Gemma Chan).
Ikaris and ‘Thena (Angelina Jolie)’ both demonstrate their different abilities, which we’ve previously seen
in the teaser.
The Eternals are a group of ‘ancient aliens ‘ who have been covertly residing on Earth for millennia,
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and the film also introduces a new danger, The Deviants, against whom the titular band must defend protect mankind.
We don’t know much about the storyline of Eternals, but we’re anticipating huge things — Oscar-winning
filmmaker Chloé Zhao recently said that while creating the film, she pondered how Eternals might go “far
and greater” than Avengers: Endgame.
The film also stars ‘ Salma Hayek as Ajak’, and ‘Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo ‘, and ‘Barry Keoghan as Druig’,
and’ Kit Harington as human Dane Whitman’, in addition to ‘ Henry, Madden, Chan, and Jolie’ ‘AKA theBlack Knight’.
Eternals is’ based on the same-named comic book’ series and follows a race of eternal beings that defend Earth from otherworldly dangers.
The Deviants, who are set to make their debut in the next film.
According to Inverse, a hypothesis on Reddit claims that Marvel predicted the Deviants’ debut in the MCU six years ago.
One fan saw parallels between a moment in the newly released Eternals teaser and Thor’s (Chris
Hemsworth) vision in’ Avengers: Age of Ultron’ (2015).
They point out the similarity between an image in the teaser depicting an asteroid falling towards Earth
and a similar scenario in Thor’s vision in Age of Ultron.
“I’ve got a vision,” Thor explains later in the film. A life-sucking whirlpool.”
On November 5, Eternals ‘will be released exclusively’ in cinemas.