Eternals Final Trailer: The Appearance of the Celestials and the Deviant Leader


The final trailer for Eternals has finally been released. Reveal more about a group of alien races that came to Earth 7,000 years ago, about the Deviants who became their enemies, and the Celestials, extraterrestrial cosmic beings who first appeared in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy .

The Rise of Celestials
Eternals are part of the living beings created by the Celestials. Therefore, it’s certainly not surprising that one of the most powerful cosmic creatures in the Marvel universe appears in the latest film Eternals .

When Dane Whitman, played by Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington, asks why the Eternals are not helping humanity against Thanos, the scene passes to Sersi (Gemma Chan).

The scene is immediately cut and shows a giant red creature that is almost the same as The Watcher in the What If…? . The beings are the Celestials who created the Eternals and Deviants, most likely Arishem the Judge.

Continuing the post-Avengers: Endgame story
The first scene in the final trailer for Eternals saw Ajak questioning the consequences of Thanos’ population reduction, or Decimation, and how Tony Stark brought back the lost population.

Invite explains how Thanos’ actions cause ripple effects, thus making the Eternals have to protect humanity from the Deviants. Seen Kro, Deviant leader who previously had a relationship with Thena, played by Angelina Jolie.


The trailer also provides an overview of the film’s vast scale and scope. As highlighted in the first trailer, Eternals will move from ancient civilizations to the city of London and the wider landscape of the Marvel universe.

Of course, Chloe Zhao’s involvement as director is an important guarantee of beautiful and majestic landscapes, just as seen in The Rider (2018) or Nomadland (2020) which won Best Picture at the 2021 Oscars. Seen in the trailer views of the wide open meadows and Salma Hayek who plays Take a ride on a horse.

And don’t forget the battle scenes that are no less majestic than Thor: Ragnarok (2017) ; how Ikaris shoots cosmic energy from his eyes, Thena makes his weapon out of nothing, and Makkari runs at super speed, or Gilgamesh’s power.

Eternals is scheduled to be released in theaters on November 5. Meanwhile, Marvel’s Shang-Chi and Legends of the Ten Rings will hit theaters exclusively in September. And one more thing that is still a concern, where is the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer , Marvel?