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The Eternals Teaser Trailer Is Finally Here

After what has felt like an eternal wait to get a glimpse at "Eternals," Marvel Studios has finally released the teaser trailer for the upcoming superhero ensemble flick.

Clocking in at a tidy two minutes and seven seconds, the official teaser trailer for Marvel's "Eternals" introduces viewers to the core cast. There's Angelina Jolie as the cosmic-energy-wielding Eternal Thena, Kumail Nanjiani as the Eternal-slash-Bollywood-star Kingo, Brian Tyree Henry as the inventive Eternal Phastos (who will be the first-ever openly gay superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe), Richard Madden as the super-strong Eternals' leader Ikaris, Don Lee as the even stronger Eternal Gilgamesh, Gemma Chan as the kind-hearted Eternal Sersi, Salma Hayek as the supremely intelligent Eternal Ajak, Lia McHugh as Sprite, the Eternal who looks like a child, Lauren Ridloff as the super-fast Eternal Makkari (who will be the MCU's first deaf superhero), and Barry Keoghan as the mysterious Eternal Druig. 

And then there's Kit Harington as Dane Whitman, the only human in the main group of "Eternals" characters. He appears for a quick moment at the 1:31 mark of the teaser trailer, standing alongside Chan's Sersi. In the Marvel Comics, Dane Whitman becomes a superhero, taking on the moniker of Black Knight to take down baddies using a mystical sword and employing his unparalleled skills in hand-to-hand combat.

A lot of goodness packed into the Eternals teaser trailer

Though this first in-motion look at "Eternals" isn't billed as a full-length trailer, what it somewhat lacks in runtime, it certainly makes up for in clever nods, hidden Easter eggs, and various references to ponder over. There are a number of small details you may have missed in the "Eternals" teaser trailer – from the pitch-perfect song that backs the majority of the action to a potential hint at the Marvel Comics character Moon Knight (who's getting his very own series on Disney+ soon) to what looks like the appearance of the film's main-but-not-yet-discussed villains, the Deviants. 

There are also allusions to Kingo's life as a Bollywood star, the long-standing romance between Sersi and Ikaris, many pieces of evidence that show the Eternals will begin directly interfering in humans' lives — something they haven't yet done — in order to save them from certain doom at the hands of the Deviants, and teases of everything from filming locations (an exploding volcano!) to the ship the Eternals travel in. 

In short, Marvel fans have a ton to be excited about. Start counting down the days until Marvel's "Eternals," directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Chloé Zhao, hits theaters on November 5.