Eternals, directed by Chloé Zhao and starring Jolie, Lee, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan, Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani, Bryan Tyree Henry, Lia McHugh, Lauren Ridloff, and Barry Keoghan, is the first-ever live-action iteration of the cosmic Marvel superhero squad. Kit Harington (Game of Thrones) also appears in the film as Dane Whitman, a character who in the original comics evolves into the superhero known as Black Knight.

The Celestials

Eternals: Angelina Jolie & Don Lee Fight Deviants

The Celestials, a race of god-like creatures who have been there since the beginning of time, send the Eternals to Earth to help guide and defend humanity, have established a group of heroes known as the Eternals. When their adversaries, the Deviants, resurface, the Eternals must once again band together to save the Earth. The film is the third installment of Marvel’s Phase Four, which is designed to expand the MCU in ways never before seen.

Korean Trailer

Eternals: Angelina Jolie & Don Lee Fight Deviants
Eternals Footage

Click Here To See The Korean Trailer For Eternals 

Marvel has just published a new Korean trailer for Eternals, which features Angelina Jolie’s Thena and Don Lee’s Gilgamesh in action. Both Eternals use their special skills to fight a group of Deviants, who are also visible in new film footage. The footage also shows the Eternals team approaching Earth from space, with most of the action taking place in Babylon. The film is reported to be set at various times in time throughout a 7,000-year period, and it follows the Eternals’ everlasting impact on the world.


The new Eternals film reveals another layer of the Marvel heroes’ complexity. It shows their landing on Earth and continues to illustrate their fights from ages ago, giving the ambitious film an epic scope. While the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t shied away from exploring numerous realities, whether it’s outer space, the microverse, time travel, or the multiverse, the depths of Eternals look to go far beyond than audiences have seen before. This should not only help the series grow, but it should also give fans something new and interesting to look forward to. If nothing else, it gives the MCU a new environment and sub-genre to explore.


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