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The Eternals will follow in the footsteps of the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy and be the next big team of superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe "They're eternal, and that's exactly what it is," said Bryan Tyree Henry, who plays Phastos, in an interview with Variety at Disney's D23 Expo . "We're here to help mankind We've built humanity and we're here to save humanity … and we're in some ways gods. "] In the world of Marvel comics, the Eternals (aka homo immortalis ), a race of extremely long-lived creatures created as offshoots of the early human evolution of disruptive aliens, the so-called Celestials, possess cosmic-powered abilities like flight, teleportation, and are virtually invulnerable In their lifetime they were as good as the entire history of the Marvel Universe there.
"Without us, there would be no avengers, no guards of the galaxy," said Kumail Nanjiani, who plays Kingo. "There would not be a galaxy so … please, Chris Pratt's character."
"If they wanted to throw, they would not win," Henry continued. "I'm not trying to start beef or street beef, but you know …"
"We could destroy them," Nanjiani concluded.
This is a dispute. Nanjiani and Henry have had impressive support: they complete the team with Kit Harington, Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Don Lee, Gemma Chan, Barry Keoghan, and newcomers Lia McHugh and Lauren Ridloff.
The Eternals will be released on November 6, 2020.