The Eternals: Deleted Scene Reveals Information About a Key Marvel Character - Teller Report

Vincent Formica

film journalist

Vincent Formica was the cradle of New Hollywood cinema from an early age, discovering very early on the works of Martin Scorsese, Coppola, De Palma and Steven Spielberg. Thanks to these godfathers of cinema, he will learn to love the seventh art deeply, and forge an eclectic cinematic passion.

Discover a deleted scene from Chloé Zhao’s Marvel movie The Eternals. The sequence reveals new information about one of the important characters in the feature film.


On November 3, fans of Marvel Cinematic Universal discovered an atypical movie inside the universe: The Eternals. Directed by Chloe Chow, the Academy Award winner for Nomadland, the feature film follows a group of heroes from the far reaches of the universe. They have been protecting the Earth since the dawn of mankind.

When the perverts, monstrous creatures believed to be long gone, mysteriously appear, the immortals are once again forced to band together to defend humanity.

The work is now available on Disney+ in the US. The big-eared company took the opportunity to unveil a clipped scene, which shows Dane Whitman, performed by Kit Harington, speaking with Sprite (Lia McHugh) at a museum.

cut scene

The two characters especially evoke the relationship between Sersi (Gemma Chan) and Dane, before some kind of earthquake disturbs the conversation. We can find this passage fascinating because this dialogue allows us to learn more about Sprite and its impact on the world. It will have its place entirely in the final cut.

Sprite and illusions

The character played by the young Leah McHugh reveals that she has the power to create illusions. “The reason humans are at the top of the food chain is because they believe in structures and principles that don’t actually exist. Gods. Nations. Money. All these concepts. Myths.. Illusions. And guess who taught them all that? Me.”, determined in the cautious face of Kit Harington.

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An error has been detected! Despite the very serious tone of the Eternals plot, the actors and director had a good laugh on the set.

Note that the film grossed $400 million in worldwide revenue with an estimated budget of $160 million. A very good score even if it falls short of expectations for a Marvel movie. In France, it attracted 1.7 million curious people.



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