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Eternals is more of a science fiction film than a superhero adventure

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October 22, 2021

Eternals is more of a science fiction film than a superhero drama, according to Nate Moore, a producer on Marvel Studios’ Eternals. After being delayed owing to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, the latest edition in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will finally be published on November 5.

Marvel Studios had to reschedule their whole schedule, including the year 2020. Marvel came out swinging once the year 2021 arrived, releasing four series and two films thus far this year. They show no signs of slowing down, as the studio has plenty of theatrical and Disney+ shows coming out in the next years.

More of a sci-fi movie than a superhero movie

Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Barry Keoghan, Kit Harington, Lia McHugh, Lauren Ridloff, Ma Dong-Seok, Bryan Tyree Henry, and Angelina Jolie star in the film, which is directed by Academy Award winner Chloé Zhao and stars Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Barry Keoghan, Kit Harington, The Celestials produced a group of celestial beings known as the Eternals.

The Celestials are incredibly strong cosmic creatures who give powers to the Eternals while also tasked with protecting humanity from the Deviants. The Eternals will have to safeguard Earth from the Deviants while also explaining why they were never involved in events that shaped humanity, using their exciting and varied skills.

Producer Nate Moore has now explained why Eternals is more of a science fiction film than a superhero film. On the final day of filming in January 2020, Screen Rant paid a visit to the set.

There, SR and other publications were able to interview some of the actors and crew members, and Moore was one of them. He talks about how this upcoming MCU film is more “hard sci-fi” than the others in the franchise.