Let’s stay calm, but it seems to have now been confirmed: Harry Styles has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe. To reveal it, the latest film with Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden and Kit Harington, Eternals.
The world premiere of the new fine comic took place on Monday evening at the iconic El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles. While the embargo remains in force on official reviews until November 5, it has expired regarding social media, and you can already read the first impressions of those present.
Journalist Drops The Bomb
One tweet, in particular, caught attention. It was published by a Variety journalist, through his verified profile, a detail that further increases the credibility of the information shared. Matt Donnelly, this is his name, dropped the bomb:
“Big reveal from the Eternals premiere: Harry Styles has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Thanos’ brother Eros.”
The comments to the tweet were divided between those excited by the news and those furious about the spoiler. At the moment, however, the circumstances under which Harry Styles’ entry into the Marvel Universe was revealed are unclear. Some have mentioned post-credits scenes, which surely will be there, but others say that such scenes were not shown on that occasion.
We can tell you more to date only concerns the character that the singer and actor would play. As mentioned, it is Eros, also known as Starfox, brother of Thanos. Born from the union of two Eternals, A’Lars and Sui-San, with the name of Eron, he was then renamed at the age of five due to his interest in the opposite sex. Eros / Starfox grew up as a carefree womanizer, in total contrast to his older brother.
In the past, rumors had already spread about Harry Styles’ entry into the MCU, but the stories had never been officially confirmed.
Kit Harrington Pleads To Stay Away From Spoilers
GoT star Kit Harrington will also be making his MCU debut with ‘Eternals’. During a recent conversation, he shed light on the potential post-credit scene with Harry Styles as Eros and asked fans to stay away from the spoilers.
“I honestly didn’t know it had. I’ve lived in a world where spoilers happen for a long time. I realize they can happen. It’s just disappointing that people do it. Let people go to the cinema and experience it when they pay for their ticket and do it that way, rather than spreading it online where they might not realize they’re coming across stuff.”