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Joe Zhang
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I'm usually of the opinion that Marvel should stick with their heavy hitters, Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and Hulk. However given their surprisingly great successes with characters like the Black Panther and the Guardians, who knows what they could do with the Eternals?
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With some 80 years of history, a release schedule of three films a year (plus streaming) and a proven track record of successfully launching lesser-known characters, Marvel should be leaving no stone unturned when it comes to exploring options like THE ETERNALS. 

I'm just looking forward to release dates for MACHINE MAN, CAPTAIN UNIVERSE and DEVIL DINOSAUR. 
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Even though we've seen one already, the Eternals gives us a direct link to the Celestials. Maybe Celestials will be the big bad at the end of the next phase?
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Celestials sound like a job for Reed Richards.
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Richard (Rob Stark) Madden to play Ikaris in Marvel's The Eternals!

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I guess they’re no longer thinking of the Eternals as a Forever People pastiche, as they asked me to develop twenty or thirty years ago.
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I'm still hoping for some FANTASTIC FOUR news.
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Wallace, I'm thinking Marvel Studios is going to take some time to reintroduce the FF to cinema. I'm betting the next phase will be in part a build up to that reintroduction.
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It is crazy to think that even though they can do the Fantastic Four now they're going with the Eternals. This still seems like a poor choice for the future. You'd think they would have learned from the Inhumans. 
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The Fantastic Four have a gigantic stain on them. The public must be allowed to forget.
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Dr. Doom is the perfect over-arching villain for the next phase of Marvel films, though.  Maybe building up to a version of Secret Wars.  And if they introduce him over the course of a bunch of movies they could do justice to his origin.  Because of his range as a character, you can have him turn up in Dr. Strange with the mysticism angle, Black Panther in the diplomacy between Wakanda and Latveria angle, etc.  And if you establish him elsewhere, you then just have to connect him into the FF in a reboot, instead of having to try to introduce all of those characters in one film and making hash of it all.
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I must admit that I've not followed The Eternals since that first run in the '70s. As a kid, I really liked the Erich von Daniken Chariots of the Gods angle of those initial issues but my interest waned as it went on. Would I rather see the FF? Of course but I'm happy to wait for them to build to that and do it really well.
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 Trevor wrote:
...the Eternals. This still seems like a poor choice for the future. You'd think they would have learned from the Inhumans...

The Inhumans was made for TV and spearheaded by a different crew than Kevin Fiege's team as I recall. How many people thought Guardians of The Galaxy didn't stand a chance? As far as films go, Fiege and the crew have had varying success with all the films, but none have flopped. I'm willing to see how this develops. 
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