The trailer was released a day before the Marvel release, but it already ignited an intense debate on whether people should be excited or disappointed. Some say that this is not enough information to judge what will happen in the movie, while others are quick to predict everything they can about Doctor Strange’s plot and character arc.

The “doctor strange in the multiverse of madness” is a trailer for Doctor Strange, which was released on October 27th. The trailer hints at some of the dark and mystical themes that will be present in the film.

The Doctor Strange Trailer has sparked a lot of speculation.

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Disney and Marvel released the official trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness a week ago, during some football game or other. Multiverse of Madness is a sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange – as well as Spider-Man: No Way Home, Avengers: Endgame, WandaVision, and pretty much everything else Marvel – and finds Stephen Strange dealing with the fallout of his dimension meddling with Spidey (presumably, unless there’s some new destructive spell he casts at the start of this film), as the multiverse opens up on the MCU and he must team up with Scarlet Witch to stave off the coming evil Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Michael Stuhlbarg, who all appeared in Strange’s previous solo film; they’ll be joined by Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch and Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez, as well as some surprise visitors. With a story by Michael Waldron, Sam Raimi takes over as director from Scott Derrickson. On May 6, 2022, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released in cinemas. Here’s the trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness:

 

They’ve certainly given us much to speak about with this one. The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness teaser promises more interdimensional wackiness than we’ve seen before, as well as a return of the mind-bending graphics from the last Doctor Strange film. All of the surviving known people return, and I’m delighted Rachel McAdams is one of them; she was a big part of Strange’s character growth in the previous film. While it’s unclear what role Baron Mordo will play, I expect him to become even more nasty until he takes center stage as the villain later on. While the trailer makes no mention of it, I hope they drop that stupid plot point from No Way Home in which he becomes the Sorcerer Supreme; while it would be lame to treat it as a throwaway joke that didn’t land (and it didn’t), I’d rather that than Strange having to reclaim that title in only his second film.

Let’s take a look at the cameos, Easter eggs, and other Marvelly connective tissues that we’re supposed to pretend to despise these days if we want to sit at the cool kids’ table. Wanda is the main one, partly because we know who she is and she has a significant role in the movie. I enjoyed the MCU’s take on the character until the conclusion of WandaVision, when her severe transgressions are wiped away by Monica Rambeau’s ridiculous line of speech (whom I also liked a lot till then). The dialogue in the trailer – which Babbling Collector talked about in her excellent article last week – suggests that not only does Wanda not think she did anything wrong, but she resents that Strange isn’t hated like she is. Strange didn’t willfully imprison people to assuage his shattered heart, unless they’re talking about the No Way Home spells. If Marvel follows in this way, it will be a tremendous mistake and would damage Scarlet Witch’s reputation as a hero. What’s more disappointing is the potential here; this could be a fantastic narrative for her, one that examines the effects of loss on otherwise wonderful people and depicts a fallen hero seeking forgiveness. Instead, she comes off as a spoiled child who believes her abilities allow her carte blanche to do anything she wants, no matter who she harms. The only way to proceed from there is to turn her into a full-fledged villain, which I don’t think they’ll do. The scene in the teaser when Wanda faces herself in the WandaVision universe gives me hope for this score; maybe they will make her face her awful acts and atone for them.

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But we already knew about Wanda; the best thing happens when we don’t expect it. Without wasting any more time, it was Patrick Stewart’s unexpected presence that brought the house down. I understand Sir Patrick is being coy, and whatever conceivable role he could be playing is still unknown, but let’s not pretend we don’t know he’s portraying Charles Xavier. (If you want further proof, stop the clip when Strange is taken into the room and look for the wheelchair in front of one of the chairs.) Following No Way Home, we now know that the Marvel films that came before – and, in some instances, ran alongside – the MCU exist as parallel Earths in the Marvel universe, which implies the world of Fox’s X-Men films is one of them. Stewart’s appearance here hints that this is how the X-Men will be introduced to the MCU, and also offers us the perhaps false optimism that Hugh Jackman may be persuaded to reprise his role as Wolverine. Of course, this isn’t a given; it’s possible that Stewart’s Xavier may track down the mutants in their MCU guises and join forces with them to become the X-Men. (Isn’t the Avengers’ now-defunct headquarters in upstate New York? Somewhere in Westchester, perhaps?)

But what I find most intriguing about this moment is that it seems to me that Marvel is integrating a version of the Illuminati into the MCU. Professor Xavier and Doctor Strange are both founder members of the Illuminati, a secret society of heroes who control events behind the scenes. Because another member of the Illuminati is Tony Stark, and he’s all dead and all, I say “some version” of the Illuminati. They’re also retiring Black Panther, who is also an Illuminati, after Chadwick Boseman’s terrible death. Then there’s Reed Richards; it’s conceivable they’ll bring back one of the actors from a previous Fantastic Four film, but given none of them were well received, and the MCU is preparing its own Fantastic Four film, I’m guessing he’ll be left out. Black Bolt was also included in a recent Marvel production, the ABC TV series The Inhumans, but as it was seen by much fewer people than Bigfoot, I expect it to be overlooked as well. The last member is Namor, who has been expected to make an appearance in the MCU for some years; maybe this will be his first appearance. Since then, there have apparently been more members in the comics, so maybe a handful of them will take the place of Stark and T’Challa, or perhaps they’ll simply build up their own team. But I’m curious to see how they handle the Illuminati.

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Aside from Wanda and Xavier, Strange is driven about by Ultron drones in the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness teaser. This might signify a number of things, but I’m wondering whether it’s a reference to the comic narrative “Age of Ultron,” which is considerably different from the film adaptation. In that storyline, the heroes unintentionally create a world in which Ultron has seized control. (With the dystopian nightmare of Ultron’s reign as the background, it’s largely a morality drama about how far a hero should be ready to go to avert a future calamity.) They look to be Xavier’s (and the Illuminati’s; I’m confident this is the case) security or police force, thus it’s unlikely to be a straight adaption (unless Ultron is an Illuminati; hmm…). And America Chavez, who has been confirmed to appear, makes an appearance as well; I’m not acquainted with the character, so I can’t comment. Captain Marvel is one of my least favorite superheroes, and that lit-up streaking figure looks a lot like her; we’re never going to hear the last of who they claim is our new favorite superhero, are we? But, if you get beyond the eye-rolls, there’s another surprise in store: the dark version of Doctor Strange from What If…? That program was a mixed bag, but it had some great concepts and episodes, including a warped interpretation of Stephen Strange’s genesis. Unless I’m mistaken, didn’t the evil Doctor Strange, on the other hand, become nice and redeem himself? If he ends up being the villain, I hope there’s a good cause for him to be nasty again. (That would make Benedict Cumberbatch two for two in Doctor Strange films as his own enemy.) Some believe the multi-armed monstrosity at the end is the evil Doctor Strange, a dark reflection of his deeds against Thanos in Infinity War; others believe it’s old Doctor Strange enemy Nightmare, which would fit with one of Strange’s remarks at the start of the video. I have no clue, but I’m excited to learn more on opening night.

Did the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer appeal to you? What more do you believe the movie has up its sleeve in terms of surprises? Is Bruce Campbell the mysterious genius behind the universe-ending threat? Let us know what you think in the comments, and stay tuned to Geeks + Gamers for more superhero rumors!

The “doctor strange rotten tomatoes” is a trailer for the upcoming Marvel film, Doctor Strange. The trailer was released on October 13th and has been receiving mixed reviews from critics.

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