How is Eternals visible in Doctor Strange 2? The Multiverse of Madness, the upcoming sequel to Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange, is expected to have far-reaching implications. Elizabeth Olsen’s WandaVision will be addressed in Marvel Studios’ May release, and there have been rumblings of Loki ties ever since the God of Mischief broke the Sacred Timeline last summer. Marvel Studios’ May release will also address the plot. Shang-Chi’s TLTR and NWH are also linked to Doctor Strange 2.
Only Chloe Zhao’s Eternals lacks a clear path forward out of all the Phase 4 projects fans have seen thus far. Even though the invincible team was a game-changer, its exact location in the MCU is still a mystery. After the deaths of more than half of the original cast and a split among the remaining members, Sersi and the company’s futures are still up in the air. Some have been summoned to Arishem, while others are making their way through the cosmos in one direction or another.
For now, Marvel has no plans to bring the Eternals’ iconography into its larger cinematic universe, but that could change.
Even though they were told not to meddle, they played a significant role in helping to shape the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“Try not to break the Multiverse,” Scarlet Witch warned Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange in the most recent Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness TV spot.
Twitter user @GodEmperorBoss observed a predictable pattern included on the background stone wall while watching Wanda utter these words in the cauldron-lit castle.
Throughout Eternals, there are numerous circular patterns, most prominently in Olympia.
Ikaris wears a similar outfit, with the same pattern.
The Domo, the ship of the Eternals, uses a similar design, but in a more abstract form.
Fan speculation has swirled since the film’s official announcement at San Diego Comic-Con in July 2019, tying in characters such as Tom Cruise as Iron Man Variant and Patrick Stewart as Professor X. Bringing in the Eternals is a long shot, but there’s always room for one of the immortals in a world of infinite possibilities.
As a result, it’s more likely that this circular pattern is merely a wink at viewers. It’s not surprising, then, that an ancient castle would bear the imprint of the Eternals’ distinctive style, given the Eternals’ long history and their influence on numerous ancient civilizations. These circular trends could be Marvel Studios’ way of leaving Eternal trails in past locations, similar to how hieroglyphics indicate Egypt’s presence.