Eternals’ Kit Harington Hopes Black Knight Returns to MCU Soon
Kit Harington’s Dane Whitman might return to the Wonder Cinematic Universe. While it’s incredibly logical film attendees presently can’t seem to see the finish of the person given his job in Eternals, Harington himself says he’s being kept in obscurity regarding his future in the franchise. In any case, the Round of High positions alumnus took to one ongoing interview to say he hopes returning to the MCU sooner rather than later.
“I, again… and this is true: I don’t know much of what they’re planning,” Harington said on a new top on Josh Horowitz’s Cheerful Miserable Confused web recording (through The Direct). “And you know, I desire to be involved in future stuff, with that person, with Dane Whitman, and that he could continue and be the thing that everybody quotes at me in the road. But I genuinely don’t have the foggiest idea. I don’t have any idea what their plans are. I know they’re going into a kind of Stage 5… “
In the film, Whitman just showed up as a professor and not as his change self image Black Knight. In a post-credits scene, Whitman finally uncovers the Dark Cutting edge before a voiceover from Mahershala Ali’s Edge warns him against doing anything with it.
“I don’t have any idea. That’s what I know, you know, obviously Mahershala’s voices came in toward the finish of Eternals, but you just don’t have any idea where they’ll take it,” he added. “And truly, and I mean this genuinely and individuals never accept you when you say this, but they don’t let us know much. And I think for good explanation, because we’ll be in an interview like this and we’ll proceed to give everything away.”
Last year, Eternals producer Nate Moore told englishdigitalmedia.com the Dark Cutting edge really fills in as a vampiric link between the two characters.
“[Blade] was [part of the scene] because of reasons hopefully that would become evident as you see more things, but [Mahershal Ali] wasn’t there on the day,” Moore explained. “And we discussed two renditions of that, one where we would cut to him and one where we wouldn’t. ‘How textual do you want it to be?’ And again, it was all the more just for entertainment purposes, to prod it a tad, to hear the voice and not see the man. He was down to make it happen. Because the Black Sharp edge, the attributes of the Dark Edge are not unlike a degree to vampirism and we think that is an interesting kind of thing to play with. In this way, we kind of knew that was on the table.”
Eternals is currently streaming on Disney+.
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