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Lauren Ridloff’s excitement at first seeing her character in Eternals

The Marvel Cinematic Universe He has presented various films and characters that are very different from each other. And it is that although they all live and connect in the same harmony, the truth is that some take a more comical tone and others more dramatic. However, it seems that what happens in Eternals It’s something that never seen and that it will completely modify everything that had been presented so far by the company of Kevin Feige.

In part, that would have to do with a very special character played by Lauren Ridloff. The next film directed by Oscar winner Chloé Zhao features a very promising cast representing an immortal race of elite heroes who have secretly lived on Earth for years to protect and nurture civilizations. In this way, the Eternals are forced to step out of the shadows to rally and confront man’s oldest enemy: the Deviants.

Among the cast members stand out Richard Madden, Gemma Cha, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, Salma Hayek, Lia McHugh, Don Lee, Barry Keoghan, Kit Harrington and Angelina Jolie. However, the character of Lauren Ridloff was one of those who most moved, even herself! Gives life to Makkari, the fastest woman in the universe who uses her cosmic superspeed to search for planets for the Eternals. Over the centuries, she explored every inch of the Earth, and because of that, she is a bit disillusioned with the idea of ​​staying there when there are countless other planets to explore.

Besides that, she has a peculiarity: she is the first deaf superhero of the MCU. Ridloff -also hard of hearing in real life- he cried the first time he looked like an action figure. The actress, who knew how to dazzle in The Walking Dead, spoke with Insider and mentioned that when he saw that small statuette, he could not help but get excited. “In a box I saw an action figure, there were also Lego pieces. I cried because I was so moved“, he pointed.

Upon seeing Marvel toys, the new Eterna assured: “We had tangible proof that it was now in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and that it was actually happening. I feel like I didn’t believe that until I saw the doll and that’s when I knew it was real.”. Instantly, he shared it with his two sons: “My boys love Legos. They were building a set when I said, ‘I think they are missing something.’ I brought the figure to them and they were surprised. They were delighted”.

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