‘Eternals’ still No. 1 at the box office in its second week in theaters

The superhero film directed by two-time Oscar® winner Chloé Zhao had the third best opening of the year on its big screen debut.

The superhero movie Eternals from Marvel Studios, directed by two-time Oscar® winner Chloé Zhao, continues to be a hit in its second week in theaters. The story of the 10 most global superheroes in the Marvel universe continues during their second week as a box office leader, after more than half a million viewers chose it in its premiere on November 5. In fact, it has become his debut in the third best premiere of the year in Spain and around the world by raising more than 161 million dollars, also becoming the best premiere of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM).

Eternals welcomes an exciting new team of immortal heroes to the MCU and everything seems to indicate that it will end up being a new generation of warriors. The history, which spans more than 7,000 years, from Mesopotamia to the present day, presents its members as an alien race that has been protecting humanity for millennia and who, having fought countless battles together, are separately camouflaged among the humans from all over the world with the most diverse destinies. However, the reappearance of humanity’s oldest enemy, the Deviants, forces them out of the shadows to meet again. And it is that together they are a practically invincible power.

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The exceptional distribution includes Richard Madden as Ikaris, almighty and practically omnipotent; Gemma Chan as Sersi, lover of humanity; Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo, the cosmic power; Lauren Ridloff as the super-fast Makkari, who is also the MCU’s first deaf superhero; Brian Tyree Henry as the inventor Phastos, Marvel’s first openly gay superhero; Salma Hayek like Ajak, their wise and spiritual leader; Lia McHugh as Goblin, eternally young; Don Lee as Gilgamesh, just as powerful as he is sensitive; Barry Keoghan as Druig, distant and lonely, and Angelina Jolie as Thena, a fierce warrior capable of creating all kinds of unimaginable weapons. What’s more, Kit Harington plays Dane Whitman, who is instrumental in one of the feature film’s post-credit scenes.

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This is also one of the most diverse generations of superheroes. And we say it because in the Eternals the diversity of races such as sexual identities. Its training is egalitarian and, if that were not enough, it also makes sensory diversity visible, by including a deaf superheroine among its ranks.

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The Eternals are invincible if they are unitedas they become the Unimente, a confluence of their powers practically impossible to defeat. But also separately their powers are fascinating: such as the creative power of Phastos, the speed of Makkari, the cosmic force of Kingo, the transforming capacity of Sersi, the destructive power of the flying laser gaze of Ikaris, the gift of mind control. of Druig, the tricks of Goblin, the strength of Gilgamesh’s fists, Thena’s warrior skills, and the ability to connect them all and heal Ajak’s wounds. A whole world of possibilities to explore.

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Remember: the third film of Phase 4 of the MCU -after the premiere of Black widow and Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings-, directed by two-time Oscar® winner Chloé Zhao, is now available in theaters. Are you going to miss it?

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