Eternals: Gemma Chan About Her Role And Phase 4 Of MCU

Gemma Chan – “We shot Eternals like it was an indie film, almost completely on location using natural light, pretty much all at magic hour. It’s such an epic, ambitious film, with Chloé Zhao bringing her signature style and sensibility.” The actor’s subject played several characters in the MCU is likely to come up in future film quizzes. Which actor impressed so much that they were able to return to a completely different role in the defining Hollywood franchise of the twenty-first century? And we’re not talking about shape-shifting Skrulls or any other kind of caveat – which actor impressed so much that they were able to return in a completely different role in the defining Hollywood franchise of the twenty-first century? Gemma Chan, who originally debuted in Captain Marvel as the blue-skinned Kree warrior Minn-Erva and is set to return to the MCU as Sersi in Chloé Zhao’s epic Eternals, is the answer.

Gemma Chan - “We shot Eternals like it was an indie film, almost completely on location using natural light, pretty much all at magic hour.

It’s a tribute to the actor, who wowed audiences as the lead in Channel 4’s science fiction thriller Humans, added dramatic gravitas to Crazy Rich Asians, and recently voiced a Disney villain(ish) in Raya And The Last Dragon. She tells Empire in The British New Wave edition, “I feel extremely blessed to have been welcomed back into the MCU so swiftly after my initial appearance; the feedback has been quite kind.” “I feel lucky because there was a lot of overlap in the crew between the two films, so there was continuity in that sense,” says the director. “However, these are very distinct productions, set in very different periods, with entirely different characters.”

By all accounts, this is a very different kind of Marvel movie, with the first teaser highlighting the characteristic wide vistas that were so key to Zhao’s ultra-indie films The Rider and Best Picture winner Nomadland. “We filmed it like an independent film, almost entirely on location with natural light, nearly entirely at magic hour,” Chan explains. “[Zhao] brings her unique aesthetic and sensibility to such an immense, ambitious film.”

The British New Wave is the subject of this month’s edition of Empire, which features 26 brilliant filmmakers, writers, and performers who are ushering film into a new age. Along with cover stars Emerald Fennell, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Bukky Bakray, and Riz Ahmed, the issue includes major new interviews and exclusive new photoshoots with stars such as p Drsù, Morfydd Clark, Olly Alexander, Jessica Yu Li Henwick, Henry Golding, Weruche Opia, and Olivia Cooke, as well as writers and directors such as Rose Glass, Rob Savage, Remi Weekes, Kate Herron, Francis Lee, and Prano Bailey-Bond.

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