Marvel gives first looks at The Eternals, WandaVision

Lawrence Kim
December 10, 2019

A host of studios were in attendance at CCXP in São Paulo, Brazil last weekend.

We can take it for granted now that we've been eleven years and two dozen movies in the Marvel Cinematic UniverseBut when the studio began to have characters from a separate franchise that interact with each other on the big screen, whether they were short cameos, supporting roles or full crossovers, it was a world-building strategy that had never been tried before. So without further ado, here are 5 things Marvel revealed in CCXP 2019.

No concept art this time, as both Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are dressed casually in the first look of the series. There will also be a number of Disney+ shows, including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, Loki, and WandaVision, about Wanda Maximoff and Vision, her robot (ish) boyfriend. The show will also be connected to upcoming Dr Strange movie "Dr Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness". "This is a new form of Deviants we're revealing in the movie". In addition, the extended clip showed some action scenes with Taskmaster, but it didn't add anything more to the plot. From there, we got a tapestry of snippets that showed the various Eternals in different locations, showcasing the film's diversity and global casting.

Marvel Studios had a busy afternoon down at CCXP, with Marvel's Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige screening new footage from Black Widow, showing off the first trailer for The Eternals, and popping the crowd with new photos from WandaVision and Falcon and the Winter Solider. Noteworthy scenes include Ajax fighting a horde of monsters and the romance between Sersi and Ikarus. And you look at the fantastic work that the artists and writers, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby everybody has done over 80 years in the comics there are so many more stories to tell.

FEIGE: "The Eternals know the existence of the Avengers, The Avengers don't know much about The Eternals, yet".

When Feige was on stage, he talked about the possibility of another grand team-up in the same vein as "Avengers: Endgame". He touched on the Doctor Strange sequel, Shang Chi and Thor: Love and Thunder but then directed to his attention to The Eternals directed by Chloe Zhao which set to open November 6, 2020.

"The MCU is interconnected, but we really focus on one movie at a time". And keep evolving their stories and seeing them come together in a master plan.

Feige said: "It fills me with enormous gratitude we were able to finish Avengers: Endgame and you all came out and made it a big success".

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