You can’t exactly call Marvel’s Eternals a flop, but you can’t call it a success either. Two months after the film’s release, there’s no demand for merchandise, nor are there memes of any of the characters being traded around. I wasn’t feeling it either, gang. The previews and trailers, showing a bunch of people running on a beach and forming weapons out of magic that looked kinda like hair, failed to grab me…so I never paid for a ticket.
I still know nothing about this movie or these characters, but it just got a lot easier to find out: as of a few hours ago, the movie is now available to watch on Disney+. Maybe I’ll get to it after the latest Boba Fett….maybe not.
Not only is Eternals free to stream for anybody with a subscription, but it’s also available to own digitally with exclusive bonus features. But some of them aren’t so exclusive…two of the deleted scenes from that release have been uploaded to the Internet by Disney themselves as a promotional move. Here’s the first, called “Small Talk,” about Sprite confronting Dane in the museum about his interactions with Sersi:
The other deleted scene was exclusively offered to the website Polygon and can’t be embedded, so follow this link to see it. It’s a clip featuring Brian Tyree Henry’s Phastos that would surely make more sense if I had seen the film.
If it’s the Blu-Ray of Marvel’s Eternals you want, it should have the same features and will be released February 15, just in time to miss Valentine’s Day.
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