Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ is now playing only in theaters, but you can stream it on Disney Plus starting January 12

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Brian Tyree Henry leading the group as Phastos in "Eternals."
Brian Tyree Henry leading the group as Phastos in "Eternals."
  • Marvel's "Eternals" is currently only in theaters, but the movie will hit Disney Plus on January 12. 
  • The superhero film focuses on a group of immortal beings who have lived on Earth for centuries.
  • A Disney Plus subscription costs $8 a month or $80 per year.

Marvel's "Eternals" is now playing exclusively in theaters, but the movie will be added to Disney Plus on January 12. "Eternals" is the third of four MCU films to release this year, following "Black Widow" and "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings." "Spider-Man: No Way Home" will be released in theaters on December 17.

"Eternals" introduces some of the most powerful characters in the Marvel universe, a group of immortal beings who have been secretly living on Earth since the earliest days of man. The film's ensemble cast includes Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, and Kit Harington. The Marvel series was originally created by legendary artist Jack Kirby.

"Eternals" is directed by Academy Award winner Chloé Zhao. Zhao's previous film, "Nomadland," won the 2021 Oscar for best picture. You can watch "Nomadland" now on Hulu

Where to watch 'Eternals'

For now, the only way to watch "Eternals" is in theaters, but it will be made available to all Disney Plus subscribers on January 12, at no extra cost. Disney Plus is the streaming home for nearly every movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, except the films starring Spider-Man and Hulk. 

Marvel's "Black Widow" started streaming on Disney Plus the same day it hit theaters in July 2021 with a $30 Premier Access fee. The move sparked controversy and led to star Scarlett Johansson filing a lawsuit against Disney that was eventually settled. The next Marvel movie, "Shang Chi," premiered in theaters in September 2021 and hit Disney Plus on November 12.

Disney Plus costs $8 a month or $80 per year. To subscribe, visit or download the Disney Plus app. If you're also interested in subscribing to Hulu and ESPN+, you can sign up for a discounted bundle with Disney Plus starting at $14 a month. 

Disney Plus supports up to 4K streaming with Dolby Vision and HDR. The Disney Plus app is available on Apple devices, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, Roku, Fire TV, and most smart TV brands.

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