“MCU’s first Korean hero, inspiration for the younger generation.”
DON LEE directly mentioned the character ahead of the release of MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), the first Hollywood entry and most anticipated film of the year, “Eternal,” drawing attention.
U.S. entertainment magazine Entertainment Weekly (EW) exclusively released an article introducing Chloe Zhao to 10 new heroes to be unveiled through “Eternals.” Director Chloe Zhao said she can’t forget the scene where 10 casts are dressed in hero costumes and standing against the backdrop of the beautiful sea and sky on ancient cliffs.
“The Eternals,” director Chloe Zhao said, “maybe Marvel’s most ambitious movie,” and “Marvel Cinematic Universe is a story where a young man from Brooklyn injects super serum or a boy kidnapped from Missouri makes friends with trees and raccoons in space (Guardians of Galaxy).” But “Eternal” has a bigger story. “Eternal” extends from the beginning of civilization to more than 7,000 years and weaves the story of decrepit gods to protect history. Perhaps we can discover the human characteristics of the gods in the process.
The article included 10 major casts explaining their characters. Regarding DON LEE, who plays Gilgamesh in the drama, EW said, “DON LEE is an internationally well-known actor who plays a groundbreaking role in the movie ‘Train to Busan’. “Although dozens of Hollywood films have been offered over the past few years, Gilgamesh was the first person to be attracted to his pursuit.”안전놀이터
MCU’s first Korean hero DON LEE said through EW, “This role (that I have to play) “I’ve always been a big fan of Marvel and I really loved Gilgamesh’s character. “I saw the possibility of inspiring the younger generation as the first Korean superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,” Gilgamesh said, drawing attention. He added, “I’ve had boxing training over the years, so I’ve had a particular interest in Gilgamesh, who has the ability to knock down enemies with one punch.”
Marvel Cinematic Universe’ 26th film, “Eternal,” is based on Jack Kirby’s comic book published in 1987, directed by Chloe Zhao, who holds a megaphone and plays the screenplay by Ryan Perfo and Matthew Perfo. It depicts the story of the Eternal, a immortal race with superhuman power to officially manipulate energy, fighting against Villain Deviantz. It is not a single superhero, but a work that captures the stories of many heroes such as Avengers and Guardians of Galaxy. It boasts ultra-luxury casts including DON LEE, Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Kumile Nanziani, Lauren Ridlov, Brian Tyrie Henry, Selma Hayek, Lima McHue, Gemma Chan, Kit Harrington, and Barry Keorgan. To be released in November.