Eternals will have a huge impact on the future of the MCU, according to Chloé Zhao

The directors of Eternals believe that the events of the film will profoundly affect the future of the MCU.

Looking at Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings, the next promise we have with the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the big screen is Eternals, the chorus film that

Chloé Zhao, from the Oscar winner for Best Director for Nomadland (who also won a statuette for Best Picture) is in charge of directing the Marvel films.

Speaking to Total Film, Zhao has assured that Eternals will have a major impact on future events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, though of course he hasn’t gone into details. You already know that confidentiality at Marvel Studios is the law in interviews.

The director has said that, while Eternals is a film that can be viewed independently of perfectly, its consequences will be felt throughout the MCU. And we must not forget that the power controlled by these creatures and their mortal enemies, the Deviants, is no small feat.

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Created by the Celestials to protect Earth, and with instructions not to interfere with the evolution of mankind unless the Deviants are involved. As a result of Avengers Endgame, with the return of half of the universe’s population, the Eternals had to intervene.

On the other hand, and entering the realm of theory, Eternals is a film that could perfectly serve to sow the introduction of mutants in UCM. The comics show Celestial as the creator of the X-gen, and ownership of the X-Men rights gives wings in that sense to that possibility, in theory, of course.

Anyway, on November 5th we’ll find out if Eternals will really be a turning point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe or just one more stop along the way.

Looking at Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings, the next appointment we have with the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the big screen is Eternals, the chorus film that will introduce the group of immortal characters created by Celestial.

Chloé zhao, who came from Oscar winner for Best Director for Nomadland (who also won a statuette for Best Picture) is in charge of directing Marvel films.

In a statement to Total Film, Zhao has assured that Eternals will have a major impact on future events of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, though of course he hasn’t gone into details. You already know that confidentiality at Marvel Studios is the law in interviews.

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The director said that, although Eternals is an independently viewable film, its consequences will be felt throughout the MCU. And we must not forget that the power controlled by these creatures and their mortal enemies, the Deviants, is not slime.

Created by the Celestials to protect Earth, and with instructions not to interfere with the evolution of mankind unless the Deviants are involved. As a result of Avengers Endgame, with the return of half of the universe’s population, the Eternals had to intervene.

On the other hand, and entering the realm of theory, Eternals is a film that could perfectly serve to sow the introduction of mutants in UCM. The comics show Celestial as the creator of Gen X, and ownership of the rights to X Men. In this case, giving wings to that possibility, in theory, of course.

Anyway, next November 5th we’ll know if Eternals will really be a turning point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe or just one more stop on the road.

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