One of Stan Lee’s favorite characters has always been Doctor Strange (who we met in Spain as Doctor Strange). In fact, the legendary editor wanted to bring his story to theaters in the 80s, but to no avail. The special effects that exist today have nothing to do with what they did 30 years ago, and Marvel decided to bet on the wizard, but it’s a very bold step forward, because he’s not a character known to the general public, and he’s not a classic superhero. , with easily described superpowers. But see today, give up in our review of ‘Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness’.
Release date for ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’
At Comic-Con 2019 it was said that the long-awaited sequel would arrive on May 7, 2021. But it’s already known: the coronavirus is wreaking havoc on the world. The release date should be until November 5, 2021. Then Doctor Stranger’s new adventure was set for March 25, 2022, and now with a change in the MCU premiere, it’s changed to May 6, 2022.
Synopsis for ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’
First of all we remind you of the Marvel movies you should see before ‘Doctor Strange 2’. The first official synopsis we have is as follows: “After the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ Stephen Strange continues his search for the Time Stone. An old friend turned foe stops his plans and causes Strange to unleash an unspeakable evil. “With those three lines we can Guess which villain will face our hero. Mordo, who played Chiwetel Ejiofor in the first installment, has not yet been presented to us as a crime. But we already know the character, so he could easily change his personality in the sequel and, according to the leaks, he could.
In Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the MCU opens the Multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever before. Journey into the unknown with Doctor Strange, who, with the help of mystical allies old and new, crosses mind-bending and the dangerous alternate reality of the Multiverse to face a mysterious new enemy.”
It has also been confirmed that the film’s final cut length was two hours and six minutes, a break in the current big trailer which, while exceeding 120 minutes, makes it the shortest Marvel Studios film title since ‘Capitana Marvel’. (Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, 2019).
‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘ cast
Just in case you don’t mind spoilers, we’ve covered all the confirmed and rumored cameos in ‘Doctor Strange 2’. The return of Benedict Cumberbatch is clear. The actor signed on to 6 films (very much like Marvel, something that made Joaquin Phoenix quit) and he is definitely in the sequel. Chiwetel Ejiofor will also return in this sequel. It is also said that ‘Doctor Strange 2’ will have a connection to Loki.
Rachel McAdams will also return to the cast of ‘Doctor Strange 2’ playing Stephen Strange’s love interest, who in the comics is called Christine Palmer.
Also in attendance will be Tilda Swinton who will return as ‘The Elder’ and Elizabeth Olsen who will return as Scarlet Witch, as we saw in the preview. Actor Michael Stuhlbarg (‘Call me by your name’) reprises his role as Doctor Nicodemus and Xochitl Gomez makes his Marvel debut as America Chavez.
Chavez is known to be able to create gateways between dimensions, but now Raimi has revealed that Chavez himself is from another dimension, meaning he has no knowledge of the ‘who’ and ‘what’ that matter in the main MCU. “He adds an exciting youthful spirit, he’s a newcomer to his powers and our world. He’s actually from another universe. I think he brings a sense of lightness and youth,” Raimi explained. It will also be an interesting counterpoint to Strange. “He saw through the front he was showing. He was much more realistic and one of us, and didn’t take his stand. I didn’t think he liked that at first. So it created a contrast.”
On the other hand, ever since the trailer was released in which the alopecic character seems to be delivering an important message, rumors about the return of Professor Charles Xavier have been flooding the Internet.