Gemma Chan confirms Sersi's love triangle

The Eternals: Gemma Chan Confirms Sersi Love Triangle

The Eternals: Gemma Chan confirms Sersi's love triangle

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair Italy, The eternal The star Gemma Chan finally opened on her character Sersi, revealing the reason she decided to join the star-filled MCU movie. the Crazy Rich Asians Breakout Star also confirmed that his character will be involved in a love triangle between game of Thrones former students Ikaris of Richard Madden and Dane Whitman / Black Knight of Kit Harington, who previously mocked the first video that was shown at the CCXP 2019 and set photos.

"Specifically, it is the story of a group of immortal aliens, who arrived on Earth seven thousand years ago, so the plot takes place over a very long period of time." Chan said (through Comic Book). "Sersi is the one with the most affinity with humans, in fact, she is even involved in two love stories, an absolute novelty for Marvel events and one of the reasons that attracted me to this project."

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The eternal It is based on the comic of the same name by Jack Kirby. That series introduced a group of immortals called Eternals and their rivals, the Deviants. Within the comics, Thanos and the other inhabitants of Titan were also Eternals. It is not clear if the MCU will maintain that connection.

During the 2019 CCXP, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed some details of the plot and the characters in the movie, confirming that the Celestials and the Deviants are really included in the movie. The Celestials are known as a powerful race of aliens who played a very important role in the key events of human history. These are the reasons why the Eternal and the evil counterparts of the Eternal were created.

"(The Eternals is) an epic that covers 7,000 years of human history, has cosmic connotations and changes everything we know about the MCU." Feige explained. "It's ambitious and it takes … from the present time to Mesopotamia to all kinds of locations and periods of time and it really doesn't feel like anything we've done before."

"We will see the Celestials in their full, true and enormous power in Eternals, yes." Feige said.“The deviants are in the movie. The Deviants in the mythology of the comic were … extremely important plans of the Celestials … and we will see Deviants who resemble anything we have seen in the comics. This is a new form of Deviants that we will see in the movie. "

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The film will feature a star-filled cast directed by the Academy Award-winning actress Angelina Jolie and game of Thrones alum Richard Madden, who lead the role of Thena and Ikaris, respectively. It will also do as star Kumail Nanjiani (The great sick) as Kingo, Lauren Ridloff (The walking dead) as Makkari, Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) as Phastos, Salma Hayek (Frida) as Ajak, Lia McHugh (The shelter) as Sprite, Don Lee (Trains to Busan) as Gilgamesh, Gemma Chan as Sersi, Barry Keoghan as Druig and Kit Harington (game of Thrones) as Dane Whitman / Black Knight.

Chloe Zhao is directing Eternal from a script by Matthew K. Firpo and Ryan Firpo. It will hit theaters on November 6, 2020.


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