The MCU's first gay kiss brought a lot of emotion to Marvel's Eternal Set


    Ewige Actor Haaz Sleiman has revealed some new information about Marvel's first openly gay couple. Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, confirmed last summer that the upcoming film would show the studios' first same-sex romance. The news was eagerly received by Marvel Cinematic Universe fans who wanted more inclusion in their favorite films. According to Sleiman, everything went perfectly on set.

    In a new interview Haaz Sleiman spoke about the project Eternals the recently packaged production. While many assumed that Game of Thrones star Richard Madden would play Marvel's first openly gay superhero, this is not the case. Instead, it's Brian Tyree Henry's phastos character. Sleiman had this to say about his relationship with Henry on the screen.

    "I just made a Marvel film with the first openly gay superhero the Eternals ] . I'm with the gay superhero Phastos married, played by Brian Tyree Henry of Atlanta (19459005), and we represent a gay family and have a child. "

    The Brian The news from Tyree Henry was confirmed in the summer as some happy fans on the CCXP 2019 saw the first first Eternals footage . Henry was shown holding hands with Haaz Sleiman and a child was present to represent his family. Sleiman was asked whether the film should contain a same-sex kissing scene, which he confirmed. Sleiman explains.

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    "Oh, yes, absolutely, and it's beautiful, very everyone was crying on the set It is very important for me to show how loving and beautiful a queer family can be. Brian Tyree Henry is such a great actor and has brought so much beauty to this part, and at One Point on whom I saw a child in his eyes and I think it is important that the world be reminded that we were all children in the queer community at some point, we forget that because we are always portrayed as sexual or rebellious We forget to connect to this human part. "

    Although we have more information about Brian Tyree Henry's phastos character, we still know very little about Eternals . Kumail Nanjiani said it will be the sci-fi of everything Marvel Studios has released so far. After production is complete, it's only a matter of time before we can see the first official footage from the film.

    With Black Widow in cinemas in May. We will likely see the first Eternals footage at this time, if not earlier. The film will not be shown in cinemas until the end of the year, giving Marvel Studios enough time to prepare the first trailer and complete all the visual effects. Some new admissions may need to be done, but this is currently unclear. You can read the rest of the interview with Haaz Sleiman at New Now Next .

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