Marvel’s Eternals Gets January Disney+ Streaming Date

Marvel’s Eternals will begin broadcasting on Disney+ on January 12th.

Today, Disney announced that the final Phase 4 MCU movie will arrive on the streaming platform in the new IMAX Enhanced format, which offers an expanded aspect ratio. Disney also released a new poster to celebrate the announcement:

Eternals streaming poster. (Image credit: Disney)

The Eternals introduced a new cast of superheroes, as well as perverts, celestials, and some semblance of post-credits spoiler. We gave the film a 7/10 review, saying that it was “beautifully shot and wonderfully acted, but it bites off more than it can chew in its third act.”

The film has a large cast, including Richard Madden as Icaris, Gemma Chan as Cersei, Camille Nanjiani as Kengo, Lauren Ridloff as McCurry, Brian Tyree Henry as Festus, Salma Hayek as AJack, and Leah McHugh. as Elf, Don Lee as Gilgamesh, Barry Keoghan as Druig, Angelina Jolie as Thena, and Kit Harington as Dane Whitman/Black Knight.

Despite introducing so much that could change the course of the MCU, it seems that a sequel isn’t necessary.

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