The Eternals and Captain Marvel connection

The Marvel fans have their eyes set on The Eternals, one of the unique properties Marvel Studios has developed till now. The production has seen paparazzi capture the movie’s moments every step of its way.


Ikaris, the most important of the group

It would appear some low-quality photographs of promotional material for the film have found its way online. It gave more of an insight into two of the characters involved in the movie. One of them is Richard Madden’s Ikaris, the most crucial aspect of the bunch. Ikaris’ comic-accurate bright blue suit has the glowing three holes across the chest. It is adorned with golden accents through.

Ikaris’ hand

Ikaris' hand picture
Ikaris’ hand is the most interesting thing to notice

If you look at his hand, you might see that it look like it’s about to go binary. It is hard to tell what exactly is going on as the quality of the pictures is very low. His hand does look similar to the visual effect they used in Captain Marvel for Carol Danvers.


Ajak, looking different than in the comic

Another piece of art features Salma Hayek’s Ajak in a teal and gold suit, which is mostly different from the character’s comics look. Although it might look like a design choice in the background, it would appear that there is also an effect on her hand, which looks almost like a Doctor Strange rune.

Other Marvel Studios movies

Marvel movies 2020
Upcoming Marvel Movies 2020

Other Marvel Studios movies, including Black Widow, is going to release on May 2020, Shang-Chi, and The Legend of the Ten Rings on February 2021, Spider-Man 3, in July 2021, Thor: Love and Thunder on November 2021 and Black Panther 2 on May 2022.

Watch the trailer of The Eternals

Sources: Screenrant MarvelCinematicUniverse

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