The new film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Phase 4, Eternals, is very close to its world premiere and after some previous screenings, several things have already been said about the film directed by the Oscar winner, Chloé Zhao. Now, producer Nate Moore has pointed out that making sequels to this story – starring Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, among others – is not something that has been planned in the conception of the project, something that breaks the typical Marvel formula with the feature films of his best-known superheroes.
In an interview with The Toronto Sun, Moore has explained that Eternals it was worked in such a way that the tape itself stands on its own. That is, it does not need a sequel or prequel to explain what happens in the story.
In such a way, about the possible premiere of a second or even third film of the Eternals, the producer said the following: “It is not something that is essential. Obviously we have ideas of where we could go, but there are no hard and fast rules about ‘we have to do three of these things and this is the first one.’
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In addition, the Marvel worker explained that the film is completely enjoyable even if he has not seen much of it. UCM before. “If you only watch Eternals, you can enjoy Eternals and you will understand Eternals and you are good to go.”, reiterated Moore.
It should be noted that this information contradicts what Angelina Jolie said a week ago on the red carpet of the Avant Premiere of the feature film where all the protagonists were. When asked a question about her character’s relationship with Kumail Nanjiani’s, the actress said, “We hope that in the sequel our characters are very good combat companions ”, implying that there was already a sequel involved.
Eternals It opens this Thursday, November 4 in theaters in Peru and will arrive worldwide on November 5. Although it has had very bad reviews in recent days, some fans keep their expectation for the work of Chloé Zhao at the MCU.