Marvel Studios’ Eternals is reportedly releasing on Disney+ in January 2022. Originally announced as the second film in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Chloé Zhao’s film was meant to arrive in theaters in November 2020 at first. The COVID-19 pandemic constrained Marvel to change these plans, resulting in Eternals being delayed on different occasions until it finally arrived only in theaters in November 2021. It told the story of a gathering of ten Eternals as they went through 7,000 years on Earth watching over humans prior to deciding to interfere to stop a Celestial from destroying the planet.
Although fans around the world have for the most part had a chance to see Eternals, many have been waiting to learn when it would be available to watch on Disney+. According to a report from Streaming Guider, January 12, 2022 is the release date for Eternals on Disney+. The site notes that Disney confirmed this release date to them, yet neither Disney nor Marvel Studios have officially announced this date up until now. Assuming that the date is accurate, Eternals will release on Disney+ about 70 days after it appeared in theaters.
Eternals’ release on Disney+ comes after many fans wondered in the event that the film could at any point make a big appearance on the streaming help. Kevin Feige remained hopeful all through the pandemic that the film would be released in theaters as intended. This included an IMAX release option as Chloé Zhao crafted various groupings for the expanded IMAX ratio. Since Disney+ as of late introduced an IMAX Enhanced viewing option for thirteen MCU motion pictures, including Avengers: Endgame, it is conceivable that Eternals will also be available to stream in its IMAX format.
As more individuals get the chance to watch or rewatch Eternals in early 2022, it will be interesting to check whether the film’s performance on Disney+ plays any job in determining in case it will get a continuation. Marvel Studios hasn’t announced Eternals 2 or any Disney+ show spinoffs yet. Some have proposed that a spin-off isn’t necessary, despite the fact that Eternals’ cliffhanger ending indicates in any case. Chloé Zhao is interested in coming back to make another film too, so she and Marvel should take another crack at the property in an attempt to fix a portion of the criticisms the franchise has gotten up until this point.