Marvel movies are based on comics. That is not a secret; however, producers often mix stories to make the film adaptation the most entertaining for the community. Shortly after the premiere of The Eternals, producer Nate Moore explained which of the comics influenced the film the most.
According to ScreenRant, Moore confessed that the original creator, Jack Kirby, was the driving influence on Eternals, while also highlighting the popularity of Neil Gaiman’s plot career.
However, the producer said that Gaiman’s version was mostly about “people who didn’t realize they were special,” which, while a “cool” idea, is also very similar in plot to movies like Harry Potter. and The Matrix.
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“The most popular career was probably Neil Gaiman’s, and I think the anticipation of this movie [es que] It will probably follow that, but the truth is that we are more inspired by the Kirby stuff, both mythologically and how the movie is presented, “said Moore.
Moore went on to say that the Eternals filmmakers felt it would be “more interesting to hang out with characters who knew exactly who they were” rather than retell a story about superheroes discovering their powers.
The film is directed by Chloé Zhao, who shares script credits with Patrick Burleigh and Ryan & Kaz Firpo. Eternals stars Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Ma Dong-seok, Barry Keoghan, Bryan Tyree Henry, Lia McHugh, Kumail Nanjiani, and Lauren Ridloff.
Eternals hits theaters on November 5.
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