Richard Madden shares first look at Eternals trailer as fans 'proud' of actor

By Kirsten McStay

Richard Madden has shared a teaser clip of his new Marvel movie Eternals and fans cannot contain their excitement.

Over on his Instagram page, The Bodyguard actor posted a clip of the trailer and said it will be in cinemas on November 5th.

He will play character Ikaris in the new movie and he will keep his Glasgow accent.

Speaking to his 3.1 million followers, Richard wrote: "E T E R N A L S In theatres Nov 5th… @marvelstudios."

The action packed clip had fans wanting more and they couldn't help but comment.

One wrote: "Omg can't wait."

Another said: "I’M SO PROUD OF YOU RICHARD."

While one commented: "Can't wait!!! you're amazing!"

And another said: "I am so looking forward to seeing you play ikaris."

Marvel’s Eternals is about a group of immortal super-beings who have watched over Earth for millennia.

The star-studded cast line-up also includes Kumail Nanjiani, Salma Hayek, Kit Harington as well as Angelina Jolie, who will play Thena.

The movie follows on from the events of Avengers: Endgame and sees the Eternals rise up to reunite against mankind’s ancient enemy, The Deviants.

The movie is being directed by recent Oscar-winner Chloe Zhao who promised to make fans proud of the project.

Richard Madden posed on Entertainment Weekly digital cover (Entertainment Weekly)

She told The Hollywood Reporter: ‘How much further and bigger can we go after Avengers: Endgame? Because I’m not just making the film as a director. I’m making the film as a fan.’

She said: "I shot exactly the way I wanted to shoot. On location. A lot of magic hour. Three-hundred-sixty degrees on the same camera as I did on Nomadland. Same rigs."

Eternals will be released on November 5, 2021.

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