A deleted scene from the 2021 Marvel movie "Eternals" was released on YouTube on Monday, unveiling the conversation between Dane Whitman, played by Kit Harington, and Sprite, portrayed by Lia McHugh, in which the former learns about the Deviants and Eternals' history and powers.

The clip, which runs for two minutes and 42 seconds, opens with the phrase "small talk" flashed on the screen. It then shows a museum with dinosaur fossils, followed by Sprite flaunting her abilities by turning a fossil into a real-life creature in just a few seconds.

Afterward, Whitman tells Sprite, "You get to see your aunt because I think she started a presentation about the importance of apex predators in our ecosystem."

In response, Sprite says, "That's ironic since she helped wipe out an entire species of them."

Whitman tries to find out what species was wiped out in the past. Sprite explains that it was the Deviants while pointing at a fossil's head. She goes on to mention that Thena, played by Angelina Jolie, has a spear with cosmic energy.

She also reveals details about her own powers, saying, "I make illusions."

"The reason humans are at the top of the food chain is because you believe in structures and principles that don't actually exist," she adds.

"Eternals" was released exclusively in theaters on Nov. 5, 2021. It is scheduled to premiere on Disney+ on Wednesday.

The action-adventure movie is the first Marvel film to feature a sex scene, which has so far earned mixed reactions from the audience. The flick also depicts same-sex marriage, which has led to it being banned in several Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar.

In November, Jolie criticized these countries for banning the movie and called them "ignorant."

"[I] don't understand how we live in a world today where there's still [people who] would not see the family Phastos [referring to the superhero character who played gay in the movie] has and the beauty of that relationship and that love," Jolie said at that time.

Fans are in for a treat because the production company is dropping quite a number of exciting movies and shows in the next two years. Here's the list of Marvel movies releasing in 2022 and 2023, while here's the lineup of Marvel series coming out this year.

Kit Harington
Kit Harington attends the SAG Awards on Jan. 30, 2016 in Los Angeles. Getty Images