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Big MCU surprise! Is Harry Styles Thanos’ brother?

Oct 21, 2021, 6:39 AM
Nicole Pulido

Nicole Pulido

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In the post-credit scene in Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ it was spotted that Harry Styles will be a part of the Marvel cinematic universe.

DON'T be surprised but Avengers’ main antagonist Thanos has a VERY popular brother.

Following the premiere of Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ last Monday, fans were treated with a surprise as the end of credits, worldwide pop star Harry Styles, is apparently Eros who is the brother of Thanos.

It was reported that audiences “squealed” when Styles made his debut in the MCU.

The plot of ‘Eternals’ is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, following members of an alien race called the Eternals as they return to Earth to protect humans from the evil Deviants.

Eternals will mark the actor’s second major acting effort following Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk in 2017, ahead of his role in Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Baby, which will bow in 2022.

Also in the making for Styles is Michael Grandage’s “My Policeman,” co-starring Emmy-winning “Crown” actor Emma Corrin.

Eros, also known as Starfox, is another Eternal, an ancient, undying race of humans tasked with protecting Earth from creatures known as the Deviants.

While his main power is emotional manipulation, Eros is also incredibly strong like his brother Thanos.

Eros has a carefree personality and is also a member of the Eternals who are a race of humanoids tasked with defending humanity.

Currently, there are not any real details about when Styles’ take on Eros will get his first proper showing as his appearance in Eternals is reportedly limited to a post-credits scene.

Meanwhile, the ‘Watermelon Sugar’ singer is still knocking out the sold out concert “Love On Tour,” which wraps next month for his final stop in Los Angeles.

Tags: #entertainment, #hollywood, #music


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