Doctor strange multiverse of madness 2022

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After the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019), WandaVision (2021) and the first season of Loki (2021), Dr. Stephen Strange’s research on the Time Gem is affected, because an old friend-turned-enemy wants to wipe out the wizards of the world by ending Strange’s plan, causing Strange to unleash an unspeakable evil.[1][2][2]
In January 2020, Marvel and Derrickson announced that he would be stepping down from directing the film due to creative differences. In separate statements, both said they were grateful for their collaboration thus far, and that Derrickson would remain an executive producer on the film. This was not expected to delay filming, which was scheduled for May 2020.[29] Cargill added that he and Derrickson did not have the opportunity to write a draft for the film, saying that whatever version of the film Marvel chose to move forward with would not be “derivative of our work.”[30] Derrickson said that leaving the film was a difficult decision, but that he did not want to commit to a film other than the one he wanted to make. His decision to leave was made easier by the fact that he was able to begin work immediately on The Black Phone (2022), another film he wanted to make.[31] Cumberbatch was not consulted about the change in director and said he was sad to learn of it, but respected the decision and how it was handled.[32]

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Surprisingly confirmed as Marvel’s first horror film, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness (2021) will revisit some issues raised in Phase 3 of the MCU. In this new installment, the sorcerer supreme will explore the limits of the multiverse and the connections that exist between our world and many more, in addition to protecting our dimension from entities much more dangerous than Thanos. The film will be connected to Wanda, as in the closing of the original Disney + miniseries it was confirmed to us that the Scarlet Witch develops powers similar to those we first met with Doctor Strange, plus she has a curious interest in the Darkhold, the book that will mean the entry of the superheroine to this universe. The film will be directed by Scott Derrickson (Sinister) and will feature appearances by Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen and Benedict Wong.
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As you might imagine, one thing we know for sure is that Benedict Cumberbatch will be playing Dr. Stephen Strange again. This was something that was pretty much a given from the beginning since he signed the standard 6-film deal for Marvel actors.
The role of the Scarlet Witch will once again be played by Elizabeth Olsen. But, this time, we will not see her as a character who helps the hero but she will be the main villain of the story. With her powers she can use magic to her advantage, hypnotize, move objects with her mind and alter reality.
As a new addition to the cast, we will also find Xóchitl Gómez playing the role of América Chávez. She is an American teenage superheroine from Marvel comics.
At first, it was expected that this film would be directed by Scott Derrickson, the same director of the first installment. But, in January 2020, Disney and Scott announced that the latter would leave his post for alleged “creative differences”. The role was taken shortly after by Sam Raimi, director of many other films such as the Spider-man trilogy.


Doctor Extraño en el Multiverso de la Locura es una próxima película estadounidense de superhéroes basada en el personaje de Marvel Comics Doctor Extraño. Producida por Marvel Studios y distribuida por Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, pretende ser la secuela de Doctor Strange (2016) y la 28ª película del Universo Cinematográfico Marvel (MCU). La película está dirigida por Sam Raimi a partir de un guion escrito por Jade Bartlett y Michael Waldron, y está protagonizada por Benedict Cumberbatch como Stephen Strange, junto a Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor y Xochitl Gómez. En la película, Strange desata un mal indescriptible mientras se enfrenta a un amigo convertido en enemigo.
Tras los acontecimientos de Vengadores: Endgame (2019),[1] WandaVision (2021),[2] y la primera temporada de Loki (2021),[3] la continua investigación del Dr. Stephen Strange sobre la Piedra del Tiempo se ve obstaculizada por un amigo convertido en enemigo, lo que provoca que Strange desate un mal indecible[1].
El coguionista de Doctor Strange (2016), C. Robert Cargill, declaró en abril de 2016 que Marvel Studios consideró que algunas ideas iniciales para la película de él y del director Scott Derrickson destacaban demasiadas “cosas raras” relacionadas con el personaje de los cómics, Doctor Strange, para incluirlas en una historia de origen, pero dijo al dúo que las guardaran para posibles películas futuras[18] Derrickson reveló en octubre que tenía planes para una secuela, expresando su amor por el personaje y las posibilidades visuales que conlleva. Derrickson dijo que la primera película era “la punta de un iceberg. Se puede avanzar mucho”. Quería seguir el ejemplo de El caballero oscuro (2008) e introducir un villano en la secuela que les permitiera “profundizar [y tener] una experiencia más visceral”. La estrella Benedict Cumberbatch había firmado para al menos una película más del Doctor Extraño[19] Derrickson expresó su interés en presentar al villano Pesadilla[20] y explorar más a fondo los personajes Jonathan Pangborn y Hamir tras sus pequeños papeles en la primera película. También explicó que estaba “al tanto” de cómo las películas de Los Vengadores utilizaban al personaje debido a su estrecha relación con Joe Russo -el codirector de Vengadores: Infinity War (2018) y Vengadores: Endgame (2019)- y el presidente de Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige.[21] El coguionista de Doctor Strange, Jon Spaihts, expresó su interés en que el personaje Clea apareciera en una secuela[22].