Marvel’s Eternals: Richard Madden Is Excited to Reunite With Game of Thrones Co-Star Kit Harington

The future of Marvel Studios will stretch into the cosmos and into the previous, delving deep into the mythos of the Celestials and different highly effective beings, introducing audiences to an obscure group of characters in Eternals. These aren’t precisely heroes or villains in a basic sense, however as an alternative extra like a household who function on a scale that’s nearly unfathomable to human comprehension, as they assist give form to your entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. But Eternals can even function a reunion for 2 members of the Stark household from Game of Thrones, as each Richard Madden and Kit Harington are set to play main roles within the movie.

The Robb Stark actor is happy to reunite together with his fellow King within the North, as Madden not too long ago spoke with Entertainment Weekly alongside his Eternals forged mates concerning the new film.

“It’s brilliant,” Madden defined on the D23 Expo. “It’s been about 10 years since we’ve worked together, I think. So we’ve moved on a bit onto different things, so I’m really excited to get back on set.”

Quite a bit of plot particulars about Eternals are nonetheless being stored below wraps, however we do know that Madden and Harington will each have main roles within the new movie. Madden will likely be taking part in a outstanding member of the group in Ikaris, who was the principle character in Jack Kirby’s unique Marvel Comics sequence.

Harington will likely be taking part in Dane Whitmore, a personality who goes on to turn out to be the Black Knight after being gifted or cursed, relying on who you ask, with the Ebony Blade.

Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige beforehand teased that Eternals will span throughout the historical past of the MCU to this point.

“Everything after [Avengers] Endgame, and after Spider-Man: Far From Home, will likely be totally different and be distinctive, as we attempt to make each movie. But seeing returning characters is definitely one thing we’re gonna do and wish to do. But additionally introducing characters that almost all of the world has by no means heard of, very similar to Guardians [of the Galaxy], very similar to Avengers earlier than we made Avengers. And there are tons of them,” Feige instructed Collider throughout the Captain Marvel press tour.


Feige added, “Eternals are one group, however we like the thought of introducing an ensemble, doing an ensemble film from the beginning, as opposed to build up as we did with the primary Avengers. More like Guardians, not tonally, however in phrases of introducing a brand new group of folks. You have been asking about ’60s, and ’70s earlier than. Jack Kirby did an immense, wonderful epic with Eternals that spans tens of hundreds of years, and that’s additionally one thing we haven’t actually achieved, which is why that amongst many different issues post-Endgame, we discover interesting.”

Eternals is ready to premiere in theaters on November 6, 2020.

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