DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS promo includes new footage from the sequel

A new promotion for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness contains some previously unreleased film excerpts. Among them are shots of the former Sorcerer Supreme and Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch.

It remains to be seen whether Marvel Studios will release a final trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but we can definitely expect the sequel’s marketing campaign to ramp up in the coming weeks. Something tells us the plan is to keep most of these big cameos under wraps, but if this snippet of Professor X’s voice is any indication, even the slightest tease will make headlines.

A new 30-second teaser for the film has now been released, giving us a look at a few brief snippets of previously unreleased footage, including footage of Master Mordo, Stephen Strange and the Scarlet Witch. The latter is particularly interesting as the way director Sam Raimi shot this scene feels quite different than what we’re used to from the stories set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Reshoots are believed to have occurred just a few weeks ago, although Marvel Studios once filmed a post-credits scene after a movie premiered (The Avengers), so we’re not too worried.

in the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the Marvel Cinematic Universe opens up the multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever. We will journey into the unknown with Doctor Strange, who, with the help of mystical allies old and new, traverses the mind-altering and dangerous alternate realities of the multiverse to face a mysterious new foe.

The film’s cast includes Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, Michael Stühlbarg and Rachel McAdams. The film is directed by Sam Raimi and Kevin Feige is the producer. Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Eric Hauserman Carroll and Jamie Christopher serve as executive producers. The screenplay was written by Loki Chief Author Michael Waldron.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness scheduled for release on May 6th.

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could play a Wolverine variant in the Doctor Strange Consequence!

5.Tom Hardy

He’s previously been cited as Hugh Jackman’s personal favorite to take the mantle of Wolverine, and it’s not hard to see why. As great as the Australian actor was in the role, he would rarely get the chance to unleash his inner animal as Logan. Looking back at his previous roles, it’s not hard to imagine Hardy’s Wolverine using his claws to shred baddies with glee.

The problem with this, of course, is that Hardy already has a major Marvel role as Venom in Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man universe, so we think this would be a fun one-off cameo.

After Hardy just appeared as Eddie Brock Spider-Man: No Way Home, what better way to double down on the idea of ​​Variants than to visit a world where Wolverine shares Hardy’s likeness? This is a cameo that brings to life a lot of the fan cast here and would definitely get fans talking.

4. Norman Reedus


While Norman Reedus remains a popular choice for fans to play in MCU’s Ghost Rider, that feels a bit too type-shifting for us. Says that, the Walking Dead‘s Daryl certainly has a lot in common with fan-favorite Mutant. First off, he’s isolating, drinking, and is a dark and brooding, badass SOB who can always be counted on in battle.

At their core, they are two very different characters, and there are many other things Reedus could bring to the role. It’s easy to imagine his Wolverine being far more animalistic than Jackman’s, with a greater focus on his inability to easily settle down as a member of the X-Men due to his horrifying past and violent nature. So not quite Daryl with claws, but something like that.

With so many fans expecting Reedus to play Johnny Blaze one day the Walking Dead In conclusion, having him take on the role of Wolverine instead would be a great way to subvert expectations.

3. Russell Crowe


Quite a few actors were eyed for the role of Wolverine before Hugh Jackman landed the part and Russell Crowe was among them. Of course, it’s always fun to think about what could have been, and Marvel Studios could show us exactly that by having that gladiator Star suit as a Wolverine variant.

It’s worth noting that Crowe will appear in Thor: Love and Thunderbut since that will likely be little more than a cameo as Zeus, we can’t imagine a previous Wolverine cameo confusing audiences.

We propose that Crowe should be the MCU’s permanent Logan. However, for a cameo appearance that pays homage to it X-Men The history of the universe and brings an unexpected (probably aged) face to a role we never thought we would see where this would work perfectly Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. We’d definitely put Crowe in the classic blue and yellow too.

2. Keanu Reeves


Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and Keanu Reeves have both spoken about meeting to try and find the right role for the actor, and he remains a popular choice for fans to play the next Wolverine.

At 57 (not that he looks his age), we’re not sure he would be the best long-term choice to play Wolverine. After all, this is a character that we hope will be a big part of the MCU, and like Spider-Man, Logan is someone who should appear in multiple franchises over a number of years. However, when it comes to a one-off cameo, we think this would be perfect.

If Reeves is looking for a small but memorable role in this shared world before returning to his popular one John Wick franchise, and then sending Doctor Strange into a world where the actor plays a badass Wolverine wouldn’t be a bad thing. We can well imagine that there will be cheers in sold-out cinemas …

1.Liam Hemsworth


Liam Hemsworth auditioned for the role of Thor, although it was his brother Chris who ultimately won the role of the God of Thunder. It’s a little surprising that Liam has since never decided to take on a Marvel or DC role, even though Wolverine could be the perfect character for him to make his own.

Like his brother, Liam has some swagger and charm, but also an intimidating enough presence to ensure you don’t want to mess with him when he goes into that trademark “berserk mode”.

We’d be open to seeing this Hemsworth brother as Wolverine, but if Marvel Studios is looking for a fun throwaway cameo, Liam could probably be thrown in as a Thor variant!


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