Trailer for Eternals gives us a glimpse at Celestials. WATCH

The latest trailer to be dropped by Disney showed off the first details of the film’s plot.

It first showed some of the power held by Eternals.

Ikaris, Richard Madden was seen flying and shooting lasers out of his eyes. It looked very similar to Superman.

The trailer’s most impressive part was however, which showed the Celestials.

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Ajak (Salma Hayek), explained the process by which the Celestials made the Eternals.

These super-powered creatures were sent to Earth in order to assist humans with their daily lives.

Ajak stated that they weren’t allowed to intervene in human affairs.

This trailer showed a Celestial, a celestial with six eyes that floats through space.

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Knowhere has been visited by the Guardians of the Galaxy a number of times during their travels.

In the opening movie, Knowhere was shown to be made from the severed head of a deceased Celestial.

Knowhere, just like the comics books, is used to meet bargainers or buccaneers across the galaxy.

The comics also mention Knowhere as a point for travel. This allows people to use the latent abilities of the dead creature to teleport around the world.

In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt’s) father Ego (Kurt Russell), is revealed as a Celestial.

At the time, he said: “I am what’s known as a Celestial sweetheart”, before clarifying that he is “like God.”

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Publited at Thu, 19 August 2021 10:00 – 0000

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