In Phases 5 and 6, where are the Eternals? MCU's Future Explanation
Published on July 30, 2022 12:29 PM by FactsWOW Team
After much pure conjecture about the Marvel Known universe future, Kevin Feige revealed the full Step 4 and 5 slates, as well as three films from Phase 6, and as thrilling as these declarations were, there were some notable omissions, such as the Eternals - so what's next for the squad in the Universes Saga?
With the Infinity Saga concluded
The MCU moved on to its much-anticipated Phase 4, which continued the stories of very well characters while introducing new heroes, villains, concepts, and events - even so, Phase 4 feel detached and the MCU's prospect was uncertain, as it remained with the Eidolons.
With the original Avengers team no longer active
The MCU unveiled a novel superhero in Chloé Zhao's Eternals, and it's the MCU's longest-running team. The Eternals are a race of synthesized beings created by the Celestial Arishem the Supreme court justice and sent to Earth centuries ago to safeguard it from their evil equivalents, the Perverts.
Once the Deviants were vanquished, the Show remained on Earth, waiting for a sign to return "home," and assisted humanity in evolving, though they were not permitted to intervene in their conflicts.
After the death of their ruler
Ajak (Salma Hayek), the yield of the Perverts, and the impending armageddon event known as "The Emergence," which was the birth of a new Celestial, Tiamut, from the centre of Earth, the Eternals split up and reunited many decades later. The surviving Eternals were able to prevent Tiamut's birth and split the team into two groups, but Show left the viewers with a major suspense.
At the end of Eternals
Sersi (Gemma Chan), Phastos (Brian Tyree Henry), and Kingo (Kumail Nanjiani) chosen to remain on Earth but instead were taken by Arishem to judge their behaviour and see if people were worth salvaging, whereas Points – (Angelina Jolie), Makkari (Lauren Ridloff), and Druig (Barry Keoghan) left Earth on the Domo and came across Eros/Starfox (Harry Styles) .
Eternals was unlike previous MCU films
Eternals was unlike previous MCU films and proved to be quite polarising, and the MCU has thus far tried to evolve them and has ignored the events of their film, leaving a huge big question over their future... Their exclusion from the rest of the Multiverse Saga's plans only complicates their destiny.
Marvel doesn’t take too long to tease
Marvel doesn't waste time teasing or confirming sequels, but that hasn't been the case with Eternals. Eternals received mixed reviews due to its more somber tone, slower pace, and other factors, leading to it being the lowest-rated MCU film to date, with critics praising its themes and visuals but criticizing its pacing, story, and characterization. Eternals performed much better at the box office than prior MCU Phase 4 films, but that isn't enough to warrant a sequel.
Not long after its release
Eternals scriptwriters Ryan and Kaz Firpo showed interest in a prequel for Disney+ shortly after its release, but there have been no notifications since, while Feige has only stated that they are excited further to discover the characters of Eros and his associate Pip the Troll (voiced by Patton Oswalt).
The future of Eternals
The future of Eidolons is thus unknown, and while there is still optimism for Eternals 2, viewers may have to wait a long time to find out what happened to Sersi and the company.
Marvel Studios triumphantly returned to San Diego Comic-Hall Con's H, and as expected, Kevin Feige arrived with a slew of surprises to share. During in the panel, Feige disclosed that the MCU's Phase 4 will conclude with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and Phase 5 will begin with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.