‘Eternals,’ a Marvel universe film, premiered in theatres on November 5 and will soon be available on the Disney(plus) streaming service after at least 45 days in theatres. In contrast to Marvel’s Black Widow, which was made available for free streaming via Disney Premier Access, it was released in theatres. ‘Eternals,’ on the other hand, isn’t open digitally for subscribers to watch at home.
Marvel Studios’ ‘Eternals’ will introduce an exciting new team of Super-Heroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The incredible tale takes place thousands of years ago and features a slew of ageless heroes forced to emerge from the shadows to battle humanity’s oldest enemy, The Deviants.
Gemma Chan is playing the humanity-loving Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani is playing the cosmic-powered Kingo, Richard Madden is playing the all-powerful Ikaris, Lauren Ridloff is playing the super-fast Makkari, Salma Hayek is playing the spiritual leader Ajak, Brian Tyree Henry is playing the intelligent inventor Phaistos, Don Lee is playing the mighty Gilgamesh, Lia McHugh is playing the eternally young, old-soul Sprite, and finally Dane Whitman is played by Kit Harington.
According to Comic Book, Marvel’s Eternals is currently only available in theatres. However, Disney has guaranteed that Eternals will have a minimum 45-day exclusive theatrical release and be known on Disney+ as soon as possible.
Also, according to Streaming Guider. Eternals will make its way to Disney(plus) only after nearly 70 days in theatres. On January 12, 2022, Eternals will be available to stream on Disney (plus).
On which platforms can you watch it?
Eternals will be available digitally on platforms such as Apple TV and Prime Video once it is available for streaming on Disney+. Beginning January 12, if you have an active Disney+ subscription, you can watch Eternals for free.