- Director Chloé Zhao changed her original ending of Marvel’s “Eternals” because it was “really bleak” and would not work for the introduction of Harry Styles’ Eros.
- Zhao teased that "Blade" is going to be “epic” after discussing one of the post-credits scenes of "Eternals."
Editor’s Note: The below article contains spoilers for “Eternals.”
Academy Award-winning director Chloé Zhao revealed some behind-the-scenes details about her first Marvel film’s original ending and the teaser for Mahershala Ali as vampire-slaying Blade.
“Eternals” and “Nomadland” director Chloé Zhao is set to oversee the development of a limited series based on the murder of Vincent Chin.
Adapting a tragedy: Film production company Participant has tapped the Oscar-winning filmmaker to serve as executive producer for the upcoming TV show, reported Deadline.
Marvel’s “Eternals” doesn’t hit movie theaters until Nov. 5, but the Chloe Zhao-helmed superhero film has already received mixed reactions from critics.
All-time low: Starring Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani, Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Kit Harington and more, “Eternals” currently has a 59% on Rotten Tomatoes out of 132 reviews, making it the lowest-rated Marvel film since “Thor: The Dark World” and “The Incredible Hulk.”
Marvel Studios released the first teaser trailer for its highly anticipated film, “Eternals,” on Monday.
What it’s about: The studio’s upcoming film will introduce fans to a new team of superheroes.
Director Chloé Zhao can now tick the Oscars box in her long list of history-making wins following the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday.
The Beijing-born director, 39, became the first woman of color to win the best director award at the Oscars as well as the second woman to win the award, NPR reported.
Chloé Zhao made history once again after becoming the second woman and the first woman of color to win top honors at the 73rd annual Directors Guild Association Awards on Saturday night.
The prestigious event did away with the award ceremony, usually held in Beverly Hills, with nominees participating virtually via Zoom this year, the Associated Press reported.
Chloé Zhao, 38, has just made history again by becoming the first woman of color to be nominated for Best Director at the Academy Awards.
The “Nomadland” filmmaker received the Best Director Oscar nomination alongside Emerald Fennell (“Promising Young Woman”), marking the first time two women were nominated for the category in the ceremony’s 93-year history.
Filmmaker Chloe Zhao’s next project is a non-traditional take on a classic monster character.
Different Dracula: Zhao has been tapped by Universal Pictures to helm a science-fiction western spin on the popular vampire character Dracula, The Hollywood Reporter revealed.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to correctly report that Zhao is a Chinese filmmaker, not an Asian American.
Chloe Zhao has made history as the first Chinese female director to land a nomination at the Golden Globes for her 2020 film “Nomadland.”