With the release of Eternals, the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduced us to a whole new world:
With the debut of the Eternals, the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduced us to an entirely new universe. Until recently, the powers of its heroes were derived from either technology or genetics. The Eternals, on the other hand, presented the Power Cosmic and the Celestials. On the other hand, the Eternals were the focus of attention until the end of the film. The Sprite had one of the most cryptic storylines of any Eternal. Throughout the film, she just had one role: to satisfy Ikaris to the best of her ability. This, we feel, hampered the character’s development. As a result, we believe Sprite should return in a Black Knight film rather than Eternals 2. But why would we make such assertions? Sprite, on the other hand, is a supporting character through and through. Everything about her, from her abilities to her calm resolve, embodies the ideal side character that assists you on your mission. But there’s also the fact that she was thrust into the heart of a cosmic tragedy and had to choose between the guy she loves and the woman who has been her companion for ages. It’s no surprise that she went with Ikaris. Sprite has an innate craving for company and will go to any length to satisfy it. Even if it meant betraying her friends, as she eventually does at the end of the film. Overall, the character lacks redeeming traits, and the only time we like her presence is when she interacts with Kit Harrington at the beginning of the film. This is a bit apparent, but by the conclusion of the film, the fans had formed a dislike for the character.
Should Sprite Make An Appearance In A Black Knight Film?
She embodies everything we want to despise about the Eternals. She is uninterested in humanity and is solely concerned with her own objectives. Sprite has no redeeming traits, yet the company may be able to salvage this character for something better. This involves forcing her to develop beyond her selfish self. A sprite is transformed into a human at the conclusion of Eternals when all of the cosmic energy inside her is depleted. In the post-credits sequence, we also see Kit Harrington reveal the Ebony Blade, foreshadowing his destiny as the Black Knight in the MCU. So we have a hypothesis. It all boils down to the reality that employing Sprite as an Eternal stand-in in a Black Knight film may be a fantastic concept. Because Blade will include Kit’s Black Knight, the character will have progressed beyond his basic origin narrative. Giving him his own film with Sprite would allow them to be more than the sum of their parts. Eternals 2 may end up focused on the climactic conflict between the Eternals and the Celestials, while Black Knight and Sprite may center on the rescue of Sersi. This would allow the studio to remove Kit and Sprit’s emotional struggle from the climactic fight, preventing them from making the same mistakes as the Eternals. Sprite and Black Knight have previously proved to have terrific onscreen chemistry, so putting them together might not be such a terrible idea.
What Will Happen in the Future?
The rescue squad will have all it needs with Blade, Black Knight, and Sprite in the running. Although the fact that Sprite no longer has her powers is the largest obstacle, she would be nothing more than a burden on the squad. However, there is a chance that the character will regain part of her powers in the Black Knight film. Given her stubbornness, she may pursue Blade and Black Knight into combat while knowing her limits. It would be a risk for the studio, but it has the potential to work well if well done. It all depends on how the character is used in the story and whether the writers are capable of producing something other than the abhorrently boring. So what do you people think? Do let us know in the comments down below. Till then, we’ll see you lads in the next one, and keep on reading Animated Times, your one-stop destination for learning more about the entertainment industry, new movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and so much more.