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The end of 'Eternals' had to separate from the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The end of ‘Eternals’ had to separate from the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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When making a Marvel movie, the filmmakers will have a great deal of freedom in portraying the characters. Just say the drama in the movie. Big action scenes are often fixed for a while. It now appears that the director Chloe Chow Create a completely different ending than what we saw in the theatrical version of eternity.

“I’ve never made a movie where its ending is the same as what I wrote! You only find out the ending while editing. Editing is the third part of the shooting process, and when you show the result to people, you find it the final end,” The director recently explained to Empire Online.

“I don’t think I made a movie where the beginning and the end stayed the same. This is also because the scenes change during filming,” Zhao adds.

The end of eternity was really bleak

“We actually had a different, really bleak ending,” Zhao Zhao. “I don’t hate it, because I’m used to sadder movies. But I don’t think they were loved by the audience.”

“I finished the movie with everyone back on the ship, their minds clear. They’re just going to another planet, sort of like The Twilight Zone,” I continued. “I remember when the photo went black, everyone was like, ‘I don’t know what to do with it. “And she’s the MCU and she wants to be excited about what’s coming.”

eternity It got a little bit with a at the beginning of November “What do we do with it?”vote received. Under these circumstances, the extravagant Marvel movie did well at the box office, grossing over $400 million in global revenue.

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