Eternal star Salma Hayek has clarified how Marvel's impending Phase 4 film contrasts from other MCU sections.
In a meeting with Variety, Hayek, who is featuring as the powerful Ajak in the Phase 4 film, talked about how the Eternals content was rejuvenated and how it separates itself from other MCU titles. Outstandingly, she featured the film's cinematography and creation style, joined with the utilization of genuine areas, as the essential purposes behind the film being not the same as its archetypes.
"It has a unique DNA from the [other Marvel movies]," Hayek clarified. "It's shot not quite the same as the wide range of various ones. It's in genuine areas and they discovered some insane extraterrestrial-looking areas. I couldn't say whether I'm permitted to discuss how they manage the camera, however… it's not generally done in post. The cinematography is extraordinary."
Purportedly the most "science fiction" film of the MCU, Eternals follows the endeavors of an undying extraterrestrial society made by the Celestials as they rejoin to shield mankind from their detestable partners, the Deviants. Hayek, who concedes she realized almost no about her character before tolerating the job, depicts a centuries-old boss who people have recently confused with the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.
Hayek alluded to considering herself to be Ajax unexpectedly as an engaging encounter. "There was something truly moving, as far as I might be concerned, yet for everything, all the various generalizations. She's not provocative. Do you understand what I'm saying? She's not provocative by any means. I'm short. I've been harassed for being short for as long as I can remember. What's more, unexpectedly, it doesn't make any difference. You're a hero in the Marvel universe. It moved me."