Eternals, the final trailer answers an important question from fans

Eternals, the final trailer answers an important question from fans


Today, Marvel Studios released the final trailer for Eternals, the new MCU film hitting theaters next November this year, directed by Academy Award winner Chloé Zhao. The video, which can be viewed a little further down, introduces the protagonists of the film that give the film its name, the Eternals, explaining also and above all the reason why these new heroes have never intervened in the events that have affected the various phases of Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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The video, which lasts about three minutes, shows various unreleased sequences from Zhao's film, including some epic battles. The trailer begins by explaining the consequences of the actions of the Avengers after the events seen in Endgame (here in special offer), explaining why the Eternals did not take part in the fight against Thanos, in addition to all the other battles seen in the cinema or in the TV series. The reason for this is that the Eternals were instructed not to interfere in any conflict belonging to the human race, unless the Deviants were directly involved in the diatribe. However, it seems that the very last battle of the Avengers against the Mad Titan has awakened their historical adversaries, forcing the Eternals to reunite once again.

In the original Marvel Comics comics, the Eternals are extraordinary beings created millions of years ago as a result of some Celestial experiments. Similar in all respects to humans, these heroes, however, possess extraordinary abilities such as the ability to fly, superhuman strength, teleportation and mind control. Their influence throughout history has marked civilizations such as the ancient Romans, Greek warriors and Norse peoples.

In the cast of Eternals, based on a script written by Matthew and Ryan Firpo and expected in Italian cinemas for the next November 3, 2021, we find Angelina Jolie (Thena), Richard Madden (Ikaris), Kumail Nanjiani (Kingo), Lauren Ridloff (Makkari), Salma Hayek (Ajak), Lia McHugh (Sprite), Barry Keoghan, Don Lee, Brian Tyree Henry (Phastos), Gemma Chan and Kit Harington.

The ‘Eternals’ Trailer Explains Why The MCU’s Newest Superhero Group Didn’t Help Stop Thanos

Whereas the first Eternals teaser was heavy on vibes and light on the plot, the latest (and final) trailer for Chloé Zhao’s superhero film has both. “Five years ago, Thanos erased half of the population of the universe. But the people of this planet brought everyone back with the snap of a finger,” Salma Hayek’s Ajak explains to Richard Madden’s Ikaris. “The sudden return of the population provided the necessary energy for the emergence to begin.” How long do they have to save the planet? “Seven days.”

That sets up the plot of the movie, as does Gemma Chan’s Sersi telling Kit Harington’s Dane Whitman that the Eternals came to Earth 7,000 years ago to protect humans from the no-good Deviants. As for why they didn’t help the Avengers in the fight against Thanos, let alone centuries of war, she explains, “We were instructed not to interfere in any human conflicts unless Deviants were involved.” Cut to Eson the Searcher. From there, we’re treated to a “putting the team together” montage, snippets of action-heavy set pieces, Robb Stark shooting lasers from his eyes, and an Ikea joke.

Here’s the official plot synopsis:

Marvel Studios’ Eternals welcomes an exciting new team of Super Heroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The epic story, spanning thousands of years, features a group of immortal heroes forced out of the shadows to reunite against mankind’s oldest enemy, The Deviants.

Eternals, which stars Richard Madden as the all-powerful Ikaris, Gemma Chan as humankind-loving Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani as cosmic-powered Kingo, Lauren Ridloff as the super-fast Makkari, Brian Tyree Henry as the intelligent inventor Phastos, Salma Hayek as the wise and spiritual leader Ajak, Lia McHugh as the eternally young, old-soul Sprite, Don Lee as the powerful Gilgamesh, Barry Keoghan as aloof loner Druig, and Angelina Jolie as the fierce warrior Thena, opens on November 5.