Marvel Reveals Eternals LEGO Sets That Could Spoil Movie's Major Scenes

By Tom Drew Updated:
Richard Madden, Eternals logo, Eternals LEGO sets

With Eternals only a few months away from its theatrical debut, Marvel Studios has started to ramp up its marketing campaign for the star-studded MCU adventure.

This began with the release of the film's final trailer, providing further insight into the Eternals, their place in the MCU, and the villainous threat of the Deviants.

The latest piece of promotional material even indicated that the events of the Infinity Saga will have a direct impact on the film's plot, with the Infinity Stones being named as the culprit for the impending disaster that the Eternals will be trying to prevent.

Merchandise has also surfaced ahead of Eternals' release as several new Funko Pop! Vinyl figures based on the movie's main characters have been unveiled. Other products were previously leaked online, namely LEGO's upcoming wave which provided some key insight into the film's plot early on.

Now, fans will be able to get a full look at the upcoming lineup of sets in all their HD glory…


Yahoo! Entertainment revealed four new LEGO sets based on Marvel Studios' upcoming film Eternals, which feature all the immortal beings in brick-based form.

First is 76154: Deviant Ambush!, which will retail for $19.99 and includes Gilgamesh, Makkari, and Angelina Jolie's Thena.

Eternals Deviant Ambush set

The product appears to depict one scene from Eternals' final trailer, where Thena and Gilgamesh face off against a large Deviant near a beach:

Angelina Jolie's Thena fights a Deviant
Marvel's Eternals

The smallest of the wave is 76145: Eternals' Aerial Assault, which retails for $9.99 and finds Richard Madden's Ikaris and Sprite facing off against a winged Deviant.

Lego Eternals Aerial Ambush set

This set seems to be based on another scene from the trailer, where Ikaris fires his laser eyes at a flying Deviant.

As Madden's character is dressed in casual attire in the scene and the LEGO set artwork features a makeshift tent, this may indicate that this will follow on from a wooded campground scene from the movie's initial trailer:

Ikaris shooting lasers at Deviant
Marvel's Eternals

On the opposite end of the spectrum, the largest set 76156: Rise of the Domo, and it includes the Eternals' gigantic triangular ship and will retail for $99.99. Phastos, Makkari, Druig, Sersi, Ikaris, and Thena are all featured in this product in addition to what appears to be a brick-built version of the villain Kro.

Lego Eternals Domo set

Assuming the included Deviant is not the same as the one in Deviant Ambush!, this build is likely the one Kingo is seen fighting in Eternals' trailer:

Kumail Nanjiani's Kingo fighting a Deviant
Marvel's Eternals

A Celestial takes center stage in the final set titled 76155: In Arishem's Shadow and also includes Ajak, Kingo, Ikaris, and Sersi to face the imposing being. The set will retail for $59.99.

Lego Arishem's Shadow set

LEGO's Eternals products will arrive in stores on October 1, 2021.


LEGO has been infamously known for depicting spoiler-filled scenes in its products, though their accuracy is far from 100%.

Even looking to products based on projects that have already released shows errors, with the Spectral Vision Minifigure noticeably using the wrong color for his blue power chip due to the toy being based on outdated concept art. This throws doubt onto some of the inclusions in LEGO's products, such as the peculiar creature and gigantic drone featured in the Spider-Man: No Way Home sets.

That said, the majority of the sets seem to take cues from many of the scenes featured in Eternals' trailers, suggesting that the products are more accurate than one may expect. 

Could this hint that Kro may mount an assault on the Domo at one point in the movie? The villain manages to capture Thena in one scene, which may be one of the results of this fateful battle.

Arishem battling against several of the superpowered beings in one product also raises questions about the film's events. Perhaps, this could be the ultimate third-act action sequence of the film with the Eternals turning against their creators after mopping up the threat of the Deviants. With much mystery surrounding the all-powerful entities in the MCU up to this point, Eternals may finally shed some more light on what the Celestials are capable of.

Fans will get to see how much LEGO got right when Eternals releases in theaters on November 5, 2021. 

- About The Author: Tom Drew
Tom Drew is the Executive Editor at The Direct. Tom writes for The Direct's Marvel, Star Wars, and DC branches while specializing in all things movies, from blockbuster to indie darlings.