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What Marvel Movies Have Celestials?

If you’re a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), you’re probably aware of the role that Celestials play in the franchise. These ancient, god-like beings are some of the most powerful entities in the Marvel Universe, and they’ve made appearances in several movies. Here’s a rundown of what Marvel movies have Celestials.

Guardians of the Galaxy

The first time we see a Celestial in the MCU is in 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.” In this movie, we’re introduced to Eson the Searcher, who appears briefly in a flashback sequence. Eson is shown wielding the Power Stone, one of the six Infinity Stones that are central to many MCU storylines.

Thor: Ragnarok

The second MCU movie to feature a Celestial is 2017’s “Thor: Ragnarok.” This time, we meet two Celestials – one named “the One” and another named “the Champion.” They appear as statues on Sakaar, a planet ruled by Jeff Goldblum’s character, The Grandmaster.

Avengers: Infinity War

The third MCU movie to feature a Celestial is arguably the biggest one yet – 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War.” In this movie, we finally get to see Eson the Searcher again (albeit briefly).

But more importantly, we’re introduced to another Celestial – Thanos’ father A’Lars (also known as Mentor). A’Lars appears briefly in flashback sequences on Titan.


Finally, we have 2021’s “Eternals,” which features not just one but several Celestials. The plot of this movie revolves around these powerful beings and their role in creating and shaping life on Earth. We see several different Celestials throughout the movie, including Arishem the Judge (who appears to be the leader of the Celestials), Tiamut the Dreaming Celestial, and others.


So there you have it – a rundown of what Marvel movies have Celestials. From Eson the Searcher in “Guardians of the Galaxy” to the various Celestials in “Eternals,” these ancient beings have played an increasingly important role in the MCU over the years.

Who knows what other Celestials we might see in future movies? Only time will tell.