BTS: Chloe Zhao Reveals Why She Picked Friends in Eternals, Calls Jimin “Really Cute” | Hollywood
Marvel’s Eternals director Chloe Zhao has revealed why she added the track Friends by BTS to the movie. In an interview, she said the song was one of her favorites and also complimented BTS member Jimin.
Jimin and V performed Friends for the BTS album, Map of Soul: 7. It was released in February of last year. Jimin also co-wrote the track and was one of the producers.
In an interview with ETtoday, Chloe Zhao said, “(Friends) is one of my favorite BTS songs. I love Jimin and he’s really cute. I just said it.” Chloe blushed and chuckled, talking about the trail and Jimin. Kit Harington who was sitting next to her smiled when she called Jimin cute.
Chloe also said, “If you look at the Eternals song it’s pretty hit or miss it kind of sums up who I really am Pink Floyd, BTS … They wrote together it’s just such a beautiful song. . “
Recently, Jimin’s name appeared in the end credits of Eternals for Friends. BTS fandom ARMY took to Twitter and showered him and V with love. One user said: “I am very proud and happy for you Jimin, you did an amazing job and you so deserve #FriendsEternalsOST outstanding producer Jimin congratulations Jimin Taehyung. “
Another person tweeted: “Congratulations. It’s amazing Jimin. He produced, wrote and composed Friends and today his song in the movie Eternals! Glad to see his name in the credits of Friends.”
Besides Friends, the other songs included in the film are Time By Pink Floyd, Nach Mera Hero by Celina Sharma and Juice By Lizzo.
In Eternals, the audience is introduced to 10 new superheroes. The Eternals are an alien race that has lived on Earth for over 7,000 years. They team up to protect humanity from the Deviants, their evil counterparts. The film also starred Angelina Jolie, Don Lee, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Richard Madden, and Harish Patel, among others.
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In its review, the Hindustan Times wrote: “Chloe Zhao’s Oscar follow-up, Eternals, is so wrong, it becomes a task to follow even after a short time. Although it often diverges from the Marvel formula, it is. seldom for the better – whether it’s the forced and totally awkward sex scene or the feeble attempts to impress the ever-growing desi audience. No affable Ibu Hatela can make up for the number of bad choices made. “