Eternals 2 Release Date: Is There Any Official Word From Marvel About It?

Is Eternals 2 Release Date confirmed? Even if fans and critics have given Eternals varying ratings, a sequel is undoubtedly set up in the first film, so it wouldn’t be shocking to see them back.

Although Phase Six of the MCU has been planned out, at least in part, and Eternals 2 was not included in any of the announcements made at Comic-Con or the D23 Expo, nothing is ruled out as both events were mostly focused on Phase Five.

Here is what is currently known about a potential Eternals 2 with that in mind.

Eternals 2 Release Date: When can we anticipate Eternals 2?

We don’t have an official release date for Eternals 2 because Marvel hasn’t announced it yet, but we will have to wait until at least late 2024 or maybe early 2025.

Phase Five of the MCU is pretty full, but Phase Six, which is only known to begin with Deadpool 3 and end with two Avengers movies in 2025, may have room for the sequel.

Eternals 2 may be one of the Phase Six unconfirmed releases, or we may have to wait until Phase Seven begins in 2026.

Cast of Eternals 2: Who might make a Comeback?

If a sequel is confirmed, the majority of the cast should return, but the original film did suffer some setbacks.

The Deviants killed Salma Hayek’s Ajak with the aid of Ikaris, while the main Deviant Kro, portrayed by Bill Skarsgrd, killed Don Lee’s Gilgamesh.

Cast of Eternals 2: Who might make a Comeback?
Cast of Eternals 2: Who might make a Comeback?

At the conclusion of the film, Richard Madden’s Ikaris soared towards the sun after realising his error in judgement, seemingly to his demise. But none of the fatalities rule out flashback returns given their 7,000-year history.

That concludes the deaths, but since Lia McHugh’s Sprite was transformed into a human by Sersi, a comeback may not be possible. If Sprite does come back, McHugh’s part might very probably be replaced.

The other Eternals—Gemma Chan’s Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani’s Kingo, Brian Tyree Henry’s Phastos, Lauren Ridloff’s Makkari, Barry Keoghan’s Druig, and Angelina Jolie’s Thena—are all anticipated to make a comeback.

As Dane Whitman, Kit Harington will undoubtedly return. He may also reprise his role as the Black Knight, as suggested in the movie’s post-credits scene (more on that in a bit).

Speaking of the credits scenes, Harry Styles, who made his MCU debut as Eros, aka Starfox, aka the brother of Thanos in the mid-credits scene, will provide a little extra star power to the sequel.

He recently raised doubt about his involvement with the MCU, claiming he wasn’t sure when he’d do another film. However, according to Marvel producer Nate Moore, Eros has a place in the MCU’s future.

If Styles is back, it seems to reason that Patton Oswalt, who provides Pip the Troll’s voice, would also be back.

What will the story of Eternals 2 be about?

While Jack Kirby’s comics served as a major source of inspiration for the first movie, it mostly told its own tale, making it difficult to predict what would happen in the sequel by referring to the comics.

Fortunately, we can merely concentrate on the suspenseful conclusion of the first film.

The Eternals part ways and believe that all is resolved after rejecting their master and creator Arishem and preventing Tiamut from killing Earth. They are gravely mistaken, however, as Sersi, Kingo, and Phastos are removed from Earth by Arishem.

Like in the comics, where he plays the role of a Celestial who determines if every planet’s civilization deserves to survive or perish, Arishem tells them that he intends to examine their memories in order to determine whether mankind is worthy of survival.

Any Eternals 2 footage available in the trailer?

You’ll have to wait a long because Eternals 2 hasn’t even begun production, as we previously said.

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