The arrival of Harry Styles in the MCU was supposed to be a surprise for everyone as he dons the character of the brother of Thanos, Eros, also known as Starfox, and while it was spoiled earlier than expected, his debut was worthwhile as it opens more doors for possibilities in the future. Finally, Marvel released his official Eternals poster.
With the reputation of being a “carefree charmer,” it makes Harry Styles as the perfect one to fit in the shoes of Eros. The poster was released by Marvel and it officially reveals to all about the arrival of Harry Styles’ character in the story of the fourth phase of the MCU where he is expected to have a larger role in the future.
In the mid-credits scene of Eternals set in the Domo, the spaceship of the Eternals, where Druig, Thena, and Makkari are in a mission to look for other Eternals in the universe, they saw a strange light and it turns out to be Pip the Troll who announced that arrival of Eros, the brother of Thanos, the much-awaited arrival of Harry Styles in the MCU.
As introduced by pip the Troll as "the defeater of Black Roger, Prince of Titan and Thanos' brother," the entrance of Eros is quite dramatic. Being the brother of Thanos makes him the son of A’lars and the cousin of Thena, daughter of Zuras.
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In the comics, Eros is another Eternal who has an extremely different personality than that of his brother, Thanos. He is a carefree adventurer and cannot remain in one place for too long. He has the abilities of an Eternal and his character trait is that he could control minds. Starfox became an Avenger also.
He also looks like an Eternal unlike that of Thanos who is purple who has a Deviant Syndrome where those Eternals from Titan were affected by it making them like Deviants, explaining why he acts like that as well. It has been confirmed that he possesses the syndrome giving him heightened abilities and some difference on the physical form from other Eternals.
Welcome to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Harry Styles! See Eros’ arrival in the MCU in Eternals now in theaters.