Marvel Studios has been officially released Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on the Disney+ streaming service today and fans are already gushing about it all over the internet. The film featured the first Marvel Cinematic Universe appearance of Mr. Fantastic, Professor Charles Xavier and even Clea. John Krasinski and Patrick Stewart played the former two during the film, while Charlize Theron is introduced as the latter during the mid-credits scene. Theron is being prepared for future appearances because Stephen Strange has raided after his use of the Book of the Damned, also known as the Darkhold. It is certain that Strange will return in a future film, but now Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed that he hopes to finish his trilogy.
“I hope so. I’d love to do another one,” Cumberbatch told New Indian Express. “Doctor Strange is such a complex character and it feels like there is so much more to discover with him. He is such a brilliant character and I still have a wild time playing him.”
The third Doctor Strange movie will likely be very different from its predecessor and hopefully the multiverse will not be involved. Michael Waldron, who wrote both Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Loki, recently detailed what he believes to be a major problem with Marvel Studios’ use of the multiverse. Waldron believes that we should be light with the multiverse. During a previous interview with SFX Magazine, the Loki and Doctor Strange scribe in detail how Marvel Studios’ use of the multiverse can become a double-edged sword.
“The danger is that you can expand your scope too broadly, and you can actually narrow the stakes if you don’t make it personal as you get bigger and wider. But the chance in the multiverse is to literally confront characters with ‘What if? ‘ ‘ and alternate versions of themselves and maybe others in their lives. It’s an interesting way to hold up a mirror to characters,” Waldron said. “It’s the emotional heart of the story in every way. It has to be. The multiverse isn’t just a MacGuffin where we’re like, ‘Okay, this is just some kitschy thing we’re playing with in this movie.'” When you are confronted with alternate realities and with alternate versions of yourself that must become the emotional heart, exploring who you could be if you were a different version of yourself, whether you made different choices, the right choices or the wrong choices. are complex things, emotional, and that’s exactly why it’s so exciting and so amazing for a cast as dramatically talented as this one.”
Marvel Studios describes: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness As follows: “To restore a world where everything is changing, Strange seeks help from his ally Wong, the Sorcerer Supreme, and the mightiest Scarlet Witch of the Avengers, Wanda. But a terrible threat looms over humanity and the entire universe that can no longer be done by their power alone. Even more surprising is that the greatest threat in the universe looks exactly like Doctor Strange.”
Directed by the legendary Sam Rami, the film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, Benedict Wong as Wong, Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/ Scarlet Witch, Patrick Stewart as Professor Charles Xavier, Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Baron Mordo. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness coming to Disney+ on June 22, 2022!
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