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Why did the Celestial Beings Never Interfere with the MCU Events?

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In Marvel’s What If…? and Eternals, Marvel reveals that its Celestial entities don’t typically intervene with Earthly affairs for a myriad of purposes. What If…? explores how little changes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe may drastically transform the franchise.

The Eternals were among Marvel’s largest cosmic powers, introduced by Jack Kirby in 1976. The Celestials gave these deity creatures existence. Ten of them have been on Earth to monitor the situation. It is also to ensure humankind’s safety from the hideous Deviants, according to Marvel mythology.

Makers on MCU’s Celestial Beings

That now the heroes are getting their own film in Marvel’s Eternals. The 26th entry in the Marvel Universe, some viewers are wondering where these strong defenders have been for the past 25 films. So far, the MCU seems to be a very tumultuous place. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones to take off a portion of all species. It is in the cosmos at the conclusion of the franchise’s Infinity Saga.


However, neither film’s director Chloé Zhao nor Marvel supervisor Kevin Feige

go on the public to specify. They didn’t mention how Eternals will deal with the problem, although EW notes in the foreground suggesting it will. The Eternals’ purpose, according to the article, is to concentrate on their nemeses, the Deviants. But to never intervene in human matters.

That implies, as strange as it may sound, helping with Thanos’ murderous purpose was part of the master plan all along. It’s worth mentioning that the Avengers were perfectly capable of rescuing the universe. Missing half under their own. So then who is to suggest the Eternals were not really correct in leaving things alone every forward with it?

Much of EW’s features are devoted to the difficult chore of properly presenting Eternals’ ten eponymous Protector. Several of them have their own beautiful cover shot. Ajak, the head of the group and therapist, is by Salma Hayek. Ikaris, played by Richard Madden, is a superhero who can fly and fire beams through his eyes.

MCUA’s Celestial Beings and Their Non Interference

Phastos, played by Brian Tyree Henry, is an innovator. Druig is played by Barry Keoghan, a loner with the ability to control other people’s minds. Angelina Jolie stars as Thena, a witch who can create weapons up from thin air. Bollywood actor Kingo is played by Kumail Nanjiani. There is also Lia McHugh as Sprite. A young-looking illusionist, Lauren Ridloff as Makkari, and Don Lee as Gilgamesh, a warrior.


All of Marvel’s strong creatures have special missions that prevent them from interfering with Earth’s affairs. The Eternals were sent to Earth by the Celestials to safeguard humans from the Deviants, according to the Celestials. That is all there is to it. It wouldn’t make sense to meddle with anything else because this is the duty their founders gave them.

Therefore, The Marvel studios describe that perhaps the Viewers once did give understanding. It was to a race called the Prosilicans, who then destructed themselves. While the MCU has not yet gone into the origin story as to why Uatu will not really interfere  As a result, The Watcher decides to stay out of other people’s business.

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Vanshika is a Law student, blogger. She looks at life with endless possibilities and spreads that idea through her writing. She keeps on meandering and connecting with the world through her ideas framing into sentences.

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