Marvel's Eternal Final Trailer BreakDown

The Eternals are a fictional race of humanoids appearing in the Marvel Comics. They are described as a by-product of the evolutionary process that created sentient life on Earth. The original progenitors of this process, the Celestials, had intended the Eternals to be the defenders of Earth, which eventually led to a war against their destructive counterparts, the Deviants. The Eternals were created by Jack Kirby, and made their debut in The Eternals #1 published on July 1976.

The Eternals are set to make their first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in a movie of the same name set to release on November 5th, 2021. The Eternals will be about an Eternal named Sersi who has the powers of flight, strength, immortality, and molecular manipulation. The movie will be the twenty-sixth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the third film of Phase Four. It is directed and co-written by ChloĆ© Zhao. Marvel has recently released the final trailer to the movie, and it explains why the superheroes were absent in the Avengers’ fight against the mad Titan Thanos. Read on for a breakdown of the trailer.

Eternals Final Trailer Breakdown 

The trailer gives us a look at the two groups of villains that our heroes have to contend with, the Deviants, including their leader Kro, and the Celestials. It also finally tells us why the Eternals have finally come out of hiding. The reason being, the end of the world. 

The trailer opens with Salma Hayek's Ajak informing Richard Madden's Ikaris about the emergence of mankind's oldest enemy "The Deviants". They were only the reason why the Eternals were sent to Earth seven thousand years ago, to protect humankind from them. Hayak further adds that they have only seven days to save the Earth.

As mentioned above, we get a first look at Kit Harrington’s Kro, along with two Celestials. The trailer also gives us a glimpse of the Eternals' powers. As to why they did not join the fight against Thanos, that is also made clear when it is mentioned that the Eternals were instructed not to interfere in any matter unless the Deviants were involved. The deviants had come back as a result of the energy produced as a result of half of the universe’s population being brought back by Tony Stark’s snap in Avengers: Endgame.

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