Package Harington has addressed his future within the MCU – and he is undecided if his character will return in Marvel Phase 5. Harington performed Dane Whitman in Eternals, the love curiosity of Gemma Chan’s Sersi, who works at London’s Pure Historical past Museum.
“I don’t know a lot of what they’re planning,” the actor mentioned on the Happy Sad Confused podcast (opens in new tab). “And you understand, I hope to be concerned in future stuff, with that character, with Dane Whitman, and that he may go on and be the factor that everybody quotes at me on the street. However I truthfully don’t know. I don’t know what their plans are. I do know they’re going right into a sort of Section 5.”
Though Dane is a human somewhat than an Everlasting, he has a household secret that he is about to disclose to Sersi when she, Phastos (Brian Tyree Henry), and Kingo (Kumail Nanjiani) are whisked away into house by the Celestial Arishem, who’s displeased with their actions over the course of the film.
Later, within the film’s post-credits scene, Dane opens a field containing the Ebony Blade and a voice – belonging to Blade (Mahershala Ali) – asks him if he’s prepared for it. Within the comics, Dane is often known as Black Knight, a member of the Avengers, and he wields the magical blade in query.
A Blade film, starring Ali, is ready to launch in 2023 as a part of Section 5, so except Harington is taking part in coy then we will assume he will not be making an look. Nevertheless, there’s all the time Marvel Phase 6 – and there are nonetheless loads of unknowns in that upcoming line-up of TV reveals and films.
Subsequent up for Marvel is Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which arrives on the massive display screen on November 11. Within the meantime, take a look at our information to the opposite upcoming superhero movies hovering our approach within the close to future.