Salma Hayek cries when remembering how it felt to wear the superhero costume in Eternals

Salma Hayek cries when remembering how it felt to wear the superhero costume in Eternals

 

 

Salma Hayek cries when remembering how it felt to wear the superhero costume in Eternals

 



The Mexican actress is proud of her roots and also of having such an important role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.




With tears in her eyes Salma Hayek has confessed the joy of representing the Latino community in Hollywood with her participation in Eternals. This is the new film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

 

 

 



The 55-year-old artist, who now wears the costume of Ajax, a leader of this celestial group and immortal heroes, confessed that she cried trying it on before recording one of the first scenes. She explains that she saw her skin in front of the mirror and felt that she had had the courage to fight for great things, and thought of her as a child, as well as of all little Latin Americans, as well as children, who dream of also being superheroes.

 

 



"I saw the faces of all the girls, and I realized that a door had opened where I did not enter alone, but inside that suit we went all the Latinos who have fought so much this moment," she added.


But this film, which is being quite inclusive, because it also features a gay couple in the film, allowed Salma to star in a film in which she did not have much faith when she was called. She, along with Angelina Jolie, are the main actresses, enhancing feminine power.

 

 

 

 



"The truth is, I thought I was going to come out of a 'human' and small role and the truth felt like it was clear," he explained, saying that he thought he was going to come out of 'nana' or something similar to attract Mexicans and Latin Americans to the movies. "She didn't trust the Marvel guys," she confessed.