Everything we know so far about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
The Ultimate Warlock, Doctor Strange, Marvel will once again spell filmmakers. Benedict Cumberbatch will give the cloaking of Levitation to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness again for an all-new event which will lead the Master of Mystic Arts in the strangest corners— and, possibly, beings beyond — of the Marvel Cine universe.
Cumberbatch is back for the sequel, but after the abrupt exit of director Scott Derrickson, there will be a new face behind the camera.
Derrickson will stay on the project, but Marvel will have to find a new director for Multiverse Madness as soon as possible for cameras that are originally expected to start shooting in May if he wants to remain on schedule for release one year later.
Doctor Strange is not going to be a solo act this time around. Marvel has not officially said whether Benedict Wong would come back as an assistant to Stephen Strange and whether or not Rachel McAdams would take her role again, even though both of them seem likely to be Christine Palmer, Strange’s love interest. Yet we know that Doctor Strange in the Madness’s multiverse has onefantastic co-star: Elizabeth Olsen, her character Avengers, Scarlet Witch, appeared in the film.
In fact, Wand Maximoff will play a major role in the next adventure for Doctor Strange, which will take place directly from the events of the upcoming Disney+ series by Scarlet Witch, WandaVision. It’s not clear what that means. Disney and Marvel said nothing about WandaVision except that Olsen and Paul Bettany will both be the co-leadersof WandaVision. However, even this dream raises more questions than answers: The vision is dead in Avengers: the war of infinity. It’s a mystery how he returns.