Doctor Strange Stars Begins Multiverse of Madness Worldwide Press Tour

There are now less than two weeks until Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness reveals its secrets and changes the Marvel Cinematic Universe forever. Now the cast have begun their global promotional tour ahead of the film’s arrival, which means we have to prepare for two weeks of dodging questions, false directions and denials from Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen and director Sam Raimi, among others, as they try to keep the mystery alive. alive another fortnight.

Marvel Studios shared a post about their Twitter account that read, “The journey through the multiverse had begun. The stars of Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness began the world tour in Berlin, Germany. Check out the film only in theaters on May 6.

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness took a while to come thanks to the Covid pandemic. After being delayed for over a year, the film has undergone a number of reshoots and edits to accommodate the changing cinematic landscape of the past two years. In a previous interview with Deadline, Benedict Cumberbatch explained that this led to a really trying time during production. He said:

“It’s been tough. I’ll be honest with you. It’s had quite a journey, this movie. But not in some kind of poor me, just like the nature of where we’re at. Trying to make a movie massive like this under the constraints of a pandemic and subsequent delays, partly because of The Power of the Dog, but also because of everything that lined up and had to be pushed back from Marvel. challenging for everyone. incredibly enjoyable and no less enjoyable than the first.”

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Doctor Strange will face himself and his choices in the Multiverse of Madness

While there’s been a lot of mystery surrounding Marvel Studios’ latest movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is set to pick up Strange’s story following Spider-Man: No Coming Home, the former Sorcerer Supreme becoming increasingly interested in the multiverse and himself. In what seems like a secondary theme for Phase 4 of the MCU, it will lead to a lot of thinking and finding out about who exactly Steven Strange is and how he fits into the world and beyond.

The film will also see Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch clash with alternate versions of herself, which in the trailer appears to lead to conflicts with Strange, the Illuminati, and herself as she is still accepting the fallout from Wanda Vision. Whether she prevails as a hero or villain is something that won’t be known until the film opens in cinemas next month, but her character is sure to emerge from the story with a whole new future ahead of her. one way or another. The other.

At the start of Phase 4, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige explained that the last phase of the MCU is all about new beginnings and introductions, almost like a reset after the epic conclusion of the infinity saga. So far, that has proven to be accurate, with many new characters including Shang-Chi, Eternals, Kate Bishop, Maya Lopez, and more all debuting last year. However, it has become clear that this is just the tip of the iceberg, as older characters have also undergone changes. Loki found a whole new life on his Disney+ show, as did Sam Wilson when he finally “started” his life as the new Captain America. Now we have big stories of self-discovery for Doctor Strange, Wanda, and in a few months Thor, which, with even more new characters on the horizon, proves that the MCU still has plenty to offer fans in the years to come. coming.



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