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The Indian release of Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ is scheduled for November 2021


The makers of the highly awaited Marvel Studios film ‘Eternals’ revealed on Monday that the film will be released in India on November 5, 2021, one year after its initial release date.

This 26th Marvel film, directed by Oscar-winner Chloe Zhao, introduces an exciting new team of Super-Heroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, marking the franchise’s 26th installment. The film’s plot revolves around the titular people, who have been living in secrecy on the planet for over 7000 years. The epic plot, which spans thousands of years, follows a group of immortal heroes who are driven out of the shadows in order to unite against mankind’s oldest adversary, The Deviants, in order to save the world.

Richard Madden portrays the all-powerful Ikaris, Gemma Chan portrays the humankind-loving Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani portrays the cosmically-powered Kingo, Lauren Ridloff portrays the super-fast Makkari, and Brian Tyree Henry portrays the clever inventor Phastos, among a fantastic ensemble cast.

Additionally, Salma Hayek plays the wise and spiritual leader Ajak, Lia McHugh portrays Sprite, who is perpetually young and has an old soul, Don Lee portrays the strong Gilgamesh, Barry Keoghan portrays the aloof loner Druig, and Angelina Jolie portrays the formidable warrior Thena. Dane Whitman is going to be played by Kit Harington.

It was only last month that the teaser for Eternals was released, giving fans a first peek at the visual spectacle that will unfold this winter. It also provided an explanation for the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ which led to a fresh “emergence” of the Deviants.

Thrilling language, compelling imagery, and an engaging tale were all promised in the mysterious trailer, which had impressive performances by all of the performers.

The Eternals will be the third Marvel film to be released following the pandemic. It comes after Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Black Widow’ and Simu Liu’s ‘Shang-Chi’, both of which have received positive reviews. In India, the film will be released in a variety of languages. (ANI)

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