Actor Haaz Sleiman speaks about the primary homosexual romance that we’ll see within the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the movie Eternals. Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has finally officially started with the premiere of the Scarlet Witch and Vision series on Disney Plus after the delays suffered from its films thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic which, if all goes well, we’ll see finally from this 2021. Within subsequent Marvel Studios films, we discover several releases of the foremost unusual when taking “lesser-known” characters from Marvel comics. Such is that the case of Los Eternos, a movie whose plot is going to be located many years initially that happened within the plot referred to as the Saga of Infinity.

However, another peculiarity that the film Eternals will stand out is that it’ll be the primary feature to openly show a homosexual relationship between its main protagonists, more specifically in Phaistos (played by Brian Tyree Henry), whose husband will play Haaz Sleiman. Sleiman recently spoke about the primary homosexual relationship within the Marvel Cinematic Universe through an interview for NewNowNext (via Screen Rant). Although the actor has not yet seen the film, he did provide several details about it.

If I’m not Angelina Jolie or Salma Hayek, you recognize I have never seen it. It’s my first Marvel movie, so in fact, I’m excited, Haaz Sleiman commented. “My instinct is that you simply are going to be very pleased with the movie. What Marvel has been ready to accomplish, I’m very pleased with them because they approached it in a very thoughtful way, and Phaistos is one of the most important superheroes within the movie. I’m her husband, architect, and that we have a son. Although I wanted to be the superhero, because when will we see an openly gay Muslim Arab actor playing a superhero? I can not wait to ascertain him.

In addition to Sleiman and Henry, the film has in its cast Angelina Jolie as Thena, Salma Hayek as Ajak, Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo, Gemma Chan as Sersi, Richard Madden as Ikaris, Ma Dong-Seok as Gilgamesh, Lia McHugh as Sprite, Lauren Riddloff as Majjari, Barry Keoghan as Drug, and Kit Harington as Dane Whitman. Under the direction of Chloé Zhao, the film Eternals are going to be released in theaters on November 5, 2021.