MCU Rumor Claims End of ‘Eternals’ Influences Beginning of X-Men

Outside of a disposable Easter egg buried in an episode of She-Hulk: LawyerMarvel Cinematic Universe fans have been patiently waiting for the ending eternal be addressed in a significant way.

After the franchise’s lowest-rated installment to ever hit theaters last November, there was much speculation that the presence of Tiamut, half-jutting out of the ocean, would inform directly Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverwith Scuttlebutt claiming that Namor and the Atlanteans would be driven out and driven to the surface as a result.

Of course, that didn’t happen, but a new and very juicy rumor spreading like wildfire across the internet has the Marvel-loving masses curious to see if it will end up bearing fruit. As the story goes, the semi-submerged Celestial is restored in canon as the island of Genosha, the famous home of the mutants in the comics.

The Celestial in The Eternals
Image via Marvel

Not only that, but a bonus round of Hearsay additionally features the storyline of thunderbolts finds the team en route to Genosha to track down a source of adamantium, doubling down on upcoming X-Men gossip. Obviously we have no idea how much (if any) of the information it contains is either spot on or a million miles off the mark, but the build-up to the merry band of mutants needs to begin sooner rather than later.

thunderbolts If we’re being honest, it would be an odd choice to move so many crucial pieces around the board for the future of the MCU, but we’d welcome the unexpected versus the all-too-familiar.

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