CAST: Milla Jovovich stars as Artemis, a US Army Ranger who is part of a UN military team. Tony Jaa plays Hunter, one of many...



Milla Jovovich stars as Artemis, a US Army Ranger who is part of a UN military team.

Tony Jaa plays Hunter, one of many highly skilled warriors who battle giant monsters.

Ron Perlman plays The Admiral, the leader of a band of Hunters.

"T.I." should be tipped. Lincoln is played by Harris.

Marshall Meagan is played by Diego Boneta. Dash is just as good.

Steeler Josh Helman

Axe is played by Jin Au-Yeung.

Handler: Hirona Yamazaki

Aiden is played by Jannik Schümann.

Lea is played by Nanda Costa.

Captain Roark is played by Nic Rasenti.

Palico is played by Aaron Beelner.


Individuals expecting a radical shift in direction with both the additament of Oscar-winning director Chloé Zhao (Nomadland) the Marvel secure will be disappointed with Eternals. At its best, Zhao's filmmaking is delicate and intimate, trying to capture fragile connections with people with warmth and naturalism. Precisely exactly the sort thing getting crushed to oblivion by the steamroller action onslaught of a comic-book movie. Aside from just a few wistful magic-hour shots, there's very little proof that Zhao's trying to guide eyesight was able to float against the tide of genres.

Although there are hints of Zhao's sensibility throughout, not least in the diversity of the Eternals, a group of immortal humanoids stationed on the ground and charged with defending civilization from the Deviants' deleterious desires (depicted in the film as a part lizard, part rage, part high-tensile cable).

The Eternals are led by Salma Hayek as Ajak; Ikaris (Richard Madden) is the most potent; Thena (Angelina Jolie) is by far the most accomplished warrior, but the empathetic Sersi (Gemma Chan) is central to the story. Kumail Nanjiani is schmaltzy fun as Kingo, a multi-generational Hindi cinema actor lineage who keeps insisting on saving the earth with his valet in tow.

Deaf actor Lauren Ridloff plays Makkari, and Brian Tyree Henry plays Marvel's first openly gay superhero. But, despite all of the work that has gone into ensuring representation in the casting, the storytelling, with its forced flashbacks and synthetic sentiment, falls flat.



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