The third film, the first internal trailer, was released on Monday in Phase 4 of the MCU, and it garnered more than 77 million views in just the first 24 hours, which landed with a bang. While some wondered whether Marvel’s hunger would persist even after its mammoth? Infinity saga Expired in 2019, it seems they have nothing to worry about yet.
There has been much skepticism over the future of cinema for much of the past year, and the question of whether recovery will be possible after the Kovid-19 pandemic has raised hopes for an upcoming MCU release to get things back on track. With so much interest in the trailer Eternal, Which eclipsed the trailer of both Kali Mai And Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, It seems that the future of theaters can be saved in the real world by a fictional hero.
According to Deadline, 77 million views marked the highest number of total views for a Disney or Marvel movie trailer in March 2020, beating the choice. Melficant: Mistress of Evil (61.7 million) and live action remake of Aladdin (60.7 million), and both of those films did a tremendous good at the box office, which is still needed. However, while it dominated the film’s trailer numbers, Eternal Disney + could not come close to 125 million drawn by Marvel series Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Though it had a slightly unfair advantage of showing during the Super Bowl, which would add a large part to those numbers.
Eternal There is a huge cast including Angeline Jolie, Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Kit Harrington, and many more, all making their debuts in the MCU, and it’s safe to say that there are a lot of unknowns about the film – perhaps accounting for November. Any sight of the trailer from Marvel fans desperate to get a taste of what to expect when the film arrives was always an interest. As of now, only a brief summary of the film’s plot has been released and it says, “Marvel Studios” Eternal Marvel welcomes an exciting new team of Super Heroes to the Cinematic Universe. This epic story spanning thousands of years depicts a group of immortal heroes forced to reunite against mankind’s oldest enemy, The Deviants. “
The scale of the film is expected to be huge, with the idea that the premise establishes some kind of multi-generational story, which we know from the trailer that it contains modern day scenes and goes back to the earliest days of Earth Go, but as we’ve come to expect from Marvel, it’s not going to be as easy and until we see it at the end of the year, we won’t be able to discover how it fits into the MCU timeline is. However, what has kept fans coming back to the franchise for the last ten years, so why would they want to change such a successful strategy? This news has come on ComicBook.com.