Barry Keoghan, interpreter of Druig in Eternals a year ago, has his say on the possible reasons for the lukewarm reception to Eternals, the Marvel ensemble cinecomic.
Cost 200 million dollars, with a gross of just 402, Eternals Of Chloe Zhao last year was one of the rare commercial failures of Marvel Cinematic Universe: so many months later Barry Keoghanwho he played in the film Druigduring a conversation on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, said for him what the reasons for that brief setback at the box office (but also at the critics). Always remembering that the ensemble film has its admirers.
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Eternals, the reasons for the flop according to Barry Keoghan alias Druig
Including marketing expenses, the $402 million raised worldwide by Eternals Of Chloe Zhao they weren’t enough to cover his hefty budget of 200, albeit in more than one case Kevin Feige of the Marvel Studios and Zhao herself said they were happy with thehospitality of spectators, despite the fact that they were less than usual. After a year Barry Keoghanwhich in the meantime has crossed paths with the Joker in a cameo Of The Batman and hopes to return to play it for the competition DC Studiosshe told her on the difficult path of Eternals. Keoghan interpreted Druig in the film, which we remember had a choral trend and focused on many characters never introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe before that time.
I think Chloé gave the film its own flavor, if you know what I mean. If you’ve seen Chloé’s past films, the raw performances there are, very very touching… I don’t think it was… I think it was a new thing. I just think it was new. New to the Marvel world.
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