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Anticipating too many presents to count: Natalie Portman as Thor,
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Doctor Strange is arguably one of the most powerful Marvel superheroes and returns with endless impossibilities. Part one was an action-packed and somewhat amusing immersion in its origins, but this time it will be strangely different. With so much comic material, Marvel plans to direct Doctor Strange 2 in a darker direction.
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We have known for some time that a sequel is in progress, but Doctor Strange's The Multiverse of Madness now officially has a title and a release date. Due to the cinemas on May 7, 2021, the new story about the Sorcerer Supreme will also include another Marvel superhero: Scarlet Witch.
Elizabeth Olsen will join Benedict Cumberbatch, as
Benedict Wong will repeat his role as Wong. Olsen's scarlet witch is too
get their own TV series called on Disney WandaVision and a part of it
The story will overlap with Doctor Strange and form a tag team in this new story
Movie. After Marvel's
"But this time, the Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen, will belong to Doctor Strange. Another twist is that the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are linked to the WandaVision of the Disney + series by Marvel Studios. "
Late last year, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Scott Derrickson would do so to direct the sequel, and the script would be developed sometime in 2019. It's true! Derrickson, co-writer and director of the first Doctor Strange film, was present at Comic-Con when Feige unveiled all the latest Marvel projects.
The sequel will be a horror thriller.
Derrickson, an experienced director of the horror genre, is credited with the titles Deliver Us from Evil and He Exorcism of Emily Rose among others. Amount that he has deepened deeply in Doctor Strange's Gothic lore the second installment, but do not worry, it will still be PG-13. CinemaBlend reports that Derrickson talked to Kevin Feige about the sequel:
"When I came to Kevin to do a sequel, I said, 'I do not just want to do another sequel. If I want to do it, it has to go to the area that has drawn me first and foremost into the Doctor Strange comics – so they plunged into gothic, horror and horror. And we will make the first scary MCU movie. "
Derrickson further said he loves the way Doctor Strange fights villains in various multiversions and opens the door to psychedelic sequences and alien rogues. It was not mentioned who might be the big evil, but the rumor mill says that nightmare is a possibility. Fans can not wait to see who the Master Mage and the Scarlet Witch in the second installment are facing.
If you are familiar with the comics, then with the Strange Scarlet
Witch pairing does not seem far-fetched, but it will be interesting to see
how the storylines of WandaVision are interwoven with those of Sorcerer Supreme
Mission. With Doctor Strange fans, we just have to wait until 2021.