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The Final, Mind-Blowing Eternals Trailer Is Here At Last

One of the MCU's most mysterious projects has just dropped its final official trailer. We got our first look at "Eternals" back in early May when Marvel Studios dropped an emotional video celebrating the movie industry. Then by the end of that month, the first teaser for the film landed, giving us two minutes and seven seconds of immortal greatness. Now, we have the glorious final trailer, which gives us a plethora of new content we haven't seen yet.

We still don't know a lot about what's going to happen in "Eternals," but we do know the film takes place after the events of "Avengers: Endgame." The alien race has not made themselves known to the human race at this point, and we're still not sure if that'll change in the Phase 4 flick. We originally suspected the villain of the film to be Kro, the leader of the Deviant race who are the longtime foes of the Eternals — so this trailer gave us a little bit of insight as to what we can expect regarding the film's baddie, and the movie promises to be one of the best projects for the MCU in this next phase. Here's why everyone's so excited about the final "Eternals" trailer.

This trailer reveals a huge twist about The Eternals

The stunning new footage ultimately answers the biggest questions some fans have about the Eternals' place in the MCU. As the trailer kicks off, Salma Hayek's Ajak explains to Ikaris (Richard Madden) that the energy created by the population's return in "Endgame" allowed something called the "emergence" to happen. This is presumably how the Deviants make their way into our world, and it's now the Eternals' job to fend them off.

So why didn't they rally up with the Avengers to fight Thanos? Ikaris' cosmic abilities would've been useful in "Infinity War" and "Endgame" that's for sure. Sersi (Gemma Chan) tells her boyfriend, Dane Whitman (Kit Harrington), that the team "were instructed not to interfere in any human conflicts unless Deviants were involved." The footage then reveals a look at a towering red Celestial, the cosmic beings responsible for creating humans and Eternals alike.

From there the footage, shows off a better look at the team's dynamic, with Phastos (Brian Tyree Henry quipping at Sprite (Lia McHugh), "You know what's never saved the planet? Your sarcasm." It also briefly gives audiences a look at Kro, the Deviant villain of the film. It's not quite clear what he's after — other than to generally cause chaos — but it has something to do with Sersi. Overall the final trailer properly shows off Chloe Zhao's grand vision for "Eternals," from towering Celestials to the demonic Deviants — this is not to be missed.

"Eternals" arrives in theaters on November 5, 2021.