Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) Sorcerer Supreme— Dr. Strange, casts a powerful forbidden spell that opens a gateway to the multiverse. This leaves the world vulnerable to a whole new threat that may be too much for the amalgamated forces of Wong, Scarlet Witch and Dr. Strange in the newest installment of the Doctor Strange series: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The cast of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness features returning heroes paired with new villains, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Strange: An Ex-Neurosurgeon whose career ended due to an accident; Elizabeth Olsen who plays Scarlet Witch, a Sokovian HYDRA experiment; Chiwetel Ejiofor is Karl Mondo, a former master of Dr. Strange that turned dark and Benedict Wong who returns as Wong, Dr. Strange’s mentor and friend.
Patrick Stewart was also casted for this franchise’s sequel, but his role hasn’t been disclosed to the public just yet. There have been many speculations by fans that he is returning as the original X-Men’s Professor X or an alternate version of the character.
Senior, Gael Gamaraydashin, is intrigued by the news of the soon-to-be-released Marvel movie. “I’m so excited to go watch this movie with my friends. I can’t wait to see the alternate versions of heroes and maybe even an appearance from the 2002 Spider-Man.”
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has been rated PG-13 and Rated R, as two different versions are being released. The Rated R film is set to be 3 hours long.