Marvel Studios' fanfare has evolved through the years, featuring memorable scenes from the Infinity Saga. Whenever the iconic Marvel introduction is being shown, many would agree that it serves as a beacon of something special while also enhancing the movie-going experience. At the start of Phase 4, the studio dramatically altered its introduction by including notable scenes from new projects.
During WandaVision's premiere, an updated Marvel Studios fanfare featured memorable scenes from Avengers: Endgame, highlighting the A-Force sequence, Rescue and Iron Man's team-up, the Avengers traveling through the Quantum Realm, Captain America wielding Mjolnir, and Tony Stark’s iconic snap.
Fast forward to Hawkeye, another version of the Marvel Studios fanfare was unveiled. This time, scenes from Black Widow and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings were included, featuring MCU newcomers Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova and Simu Liu as Shang-Chi.
Now, Marvel Studios has once again updated its introduction with fresh footage from a recent MCU project.
Eternals Included in Marvel Studios Introduction
Another MCU project, another addition to Marvel Studios' legendary introduction.
In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it shot, the updated Marvel Studios fanfare for Moon Knight featured a shot from Chloé Zhao's Eternals.
The brief scene is the footage of the Eternals' arrival on Earth as all ten of them assemble for the first time after protecting the primitive humans:
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The shot where the Eternals assemble for the first time to protect humans from the Deviants is a memorable sequence from the titular film, and it is quite fitting that Marvel Studios included it in the fanfare.
While the Chloé Zhao-directed MCU film featured many memorable scenes, this one is the only shot where the team is completed in full costumes. This could be the reason why Marvel Studios decided to include this brief clip in the fanfare.
At this point, it remains to be seen if Marvel Studios will include other scenes from Eternals in future versions of the fanfare. However, based on the studio's history, the next possible Eternals-related sequence that could be included could come from its potential sequel.
Still, fans should expect more versions of Marvel Studios fanfare in the near future as it welcomes a new wave of projects this year.
The first episode of Moon Knight is now streaming on Disney+.