This is a good week for Marvel fans as they are getting a surplus amount of material to enjoy. Like yesterday some Lucky fans got to see the premier of Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and today we all are going to see Marvel’s What if..? 2nd episode on which T’challa will be seen as Star-Lord and tomorrow we will be getting a brand new trailer for the Eternals.
Eternals will bring some of the best and biggest cast of new players into the MCU like Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Kit Harrington, Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, and much more, and the film to be directed by Oscar-winning director Chloé Zhao who is on the way to gather Marvel’s team of immortals into play and expand their legacy on the big screen. The hype is building naturally for the story regardless.
We got the first full trailer for Eternals 2 months ago on May 24, although more footage of 30-45 seconds was reportedly revealed in theatrical trailers over the last few weeks but was not released to the public. But thanks to a new Patreon post from Daniel Richtman that reveals the recent release of the trailer with hopefully all new footage.
Insider Daniel Richtman revealed on his Patreon account that Marvel Studios will release a second trailer for Eternals on Thursday, August 19, 2021.
Eternals Exclusively In Theatres For 45 Days
Yesterday, in an interview with Variety at the premiere of Shang-Chi, Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, commented on the company’s launch strategies. The director has already changed his speech regarding Eternals, which is expected to hit the big screen in November. First, Feige had guaranteed that the film would be exclusive to theaters, but the conversation seems to have changed.
“I think cinema would be my preference, as would Chloe Zhao’s. We’ll see how things go, but the hybrid release could be good in some ways, as we would give the customer the option to choose where they want to watch.”
Despite his concerns, Kevin Feige assured that he loves making movies and thinks straight for the theaters. The initial schedule is for the movies to arrive 45 days later on Disney+ after their big-screen release.
With the Delta variant advancing, it may be that Marvel will need to postpone its movies a little longer, as has already happened with Sony with the debut of Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The film would arrive in September but had its date changed to October this year.
The world premiere of Eternals, for now, is set for November 5, 2021, in theaters.