Eternals producer Nate Moore says Captain Marvel is a tough fight, but describes Angelina Jolie’s Thena as Captain America with a cosmic weapon.
Marvel Studios’ VP Nate Moore discusses whether Captain Marvel is more powerful than eternal. The Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero played by Brie Larson was introduced in his eponymous 2019 film and quickly became one of the most powerful members of the Avengers. Chloé Zhao’s Forever, the next MCU movie on the release calendar, scheduled to open on Nov. 5.
As long as there are superhero teams out there, the fans are forced to compare their relative power levels, having them fight each other in hypothetical fights to figure out who will come out on top. Captain Marvel sparked intense debate when he joined MCU, as his backstory revealed the Tesseract (aka the Space Stone) as the direct source of his power, he was immediately recognized as a force to be reckoned with. . As for discussions on whether he can end up alone defeating Thanos to Endgame Increasingly, Larson’s superhero has ended up becoming a new MCU benchmark by which to measure all future additions.
As part of a press visit to eternal scheduled to be attended by The SR, producer Moore was asked to measure Angelina Jolie’s Thena is against the standard of Captain Marvel, and he admitted to being difficult to ask for any advocate. He describes the Infinite Warrior as Captain America with cosmic powers, so he can’t be immediately counted, but the filmmakers don’t want them to make the characters godly. Even members of the Avengers who are completely human can hold their own:
I mean, if Captain Marvel goes binary, that’s hard, but it looks like Captain America– which I would argue is probably the best physical fighter- is powered by cosmic weapons, like, can he’s a problem, but again, Captain Marvel goes binary, that’s hard. […] I mean, look, obviously they’re more powerful than humans. I think you look at our amazing heroes, like Hawkeye and Black Widow with no problem. We don’t want them to be more godly because I think you’re running the risk of making them less reachable. And I think Thor manages well. But we don’t have to have a ranking system. We thought they were occupying their own pocket and I thought about the line, when and when they would meet the other characters … that’s a fun thing to check out.
There is reason for fans to wonder where the Eternity will be placed in the MCU power rank, because it is made up of Celestial, mysterious beings that mostly exist on the peripherals of the films to this day. The superhero team is sent to Earth to protect humanity from their counterparts, the Deviants, and is given orders not to interfere in conflicts outside of their sight-the rules are so strict that they don’t get involved in the fight. against Thanos. On that issue raised directly on eternal trailer, viewers naturally asked if they could move the tide Avengers: Infinity War, and wondered if they would be more involved in the future of the MCU.
While Moore has voiced that Eternals doesn’t go beyond the abilities of human superheroes, fans may be skeptical about the claim. For them to have a reason to exist, Earth must not defend itself from the Deviants, and the Avengers have some strong individuals in their ranks. the eternal said the producer The film’s new heroes are working within their own space, however, it’s possible that viewers will learn about the specific nature of their skills in the film’s November release.
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