The first teaser trailer for millennia the main characters have been living on Earth while hiding their identities. The movie is directed by , who recently won a pair of Oscars for . Eternals hits theaters on ., out Monday, follows the apparent
The immortal aliens have apparently integrated themselves into various Earth cultures and quietly helped humanity progress without interfering directly. The events ofconvince them to step into the spotlight.
The sentimental, majestic trailer ends on a light note as Sprite (Lia McHugh) wonders aloud who'll lead that team now thatand Iron Man are gone.
"I could lead them," says Ikaris (Richard Madden). After a pause, his fellow Eternals burst out laughing.
One might rightly wonder why Ikarus and his fellow superhuman aliens didn't try to help out when the Avengers fought Thanos or any of the other massive threats MCU Earth has faced over the years. Fans certainly did, and their musingsafter the trailer dropped.
The cast also includes Angelina Jolie as Thena, Barry Keoghan as Druig, Gemma Chan as Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo, Salma Hayek as Ajak, Lauren Ridloff as Makkari, Brian Tyree Henry as Phastos and Don Lee as Gilgamesh. Kit Harington plays human character Dane Whitman, who becomes sword-wielding hero Black Knight in the comics.
Eternals will be the 26th Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, and the third film in the MCU's.
We didn't get any MCU movies in 2020, but they're coming back in a big way in the latter half of 2021. Along with Eternals,is coming to theaters and Disney Plus Premiere Access in July. reaches theaters in September, and is coming in December.