The theatrical release of Marvel Studio’s Eternals is still a year from now. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the movie’s original release date, November 2020, just passed.
With Eternals currently not scheduled to be released until November 2021, Marvel has left fans interested in the next superteam. This is even without much news and updates.
With the fans anticipating the release of Eternals, the internet has been rocked with an artwork. Making rounds online this time is an extended look of the artwork that popped up last week.
An artwork was previously unveiled, showing off new looks at the costumes of Druig (Barry Keoghan) and Ajak (Salma Hayek). This time, in a similar style, the whole team can be seen. This provides our best look at the character’s costumes that will appear in the feature.
Last year at D23, a glimpse at the suits of the characters was captured by the fans. This latest artwork appears like a sticker-based collectible magazine, shows each Eternal’s suits in great detail. The costumes from Ajak and Ikaris are impressive to Gilgamesh, Sprite, and everyone in-between.
Meanwhile, it is surprising that Kit Harington’s Dane Whitman is nowhere to be found.
Unlike the costume spoilers, the movie teaser is yet to be found on any social media platform. The details of the upcoming movie are only a few. However, Head of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige confirmed that it might be one of the most expensive risks the studios took.
In an interview last year, Feige said,
“The movie is huge and is very expensive. We are making it because we believe in the vision of director Chloe Zhao. We also believe in what those characters can do. And we believe we need to continue to grow and evolve and change and push our genre forward.”
Currently, Eternals is slated to hit the big screens on November 5, 2021.
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