A strange new wizard set to enter the MCU

A heavy task awaits Doctor Strange. Through his next film, the superhero will have to make the link between numbers of past, present, but also future productions of Marvel studios.

The multiverse of madness

Fans seem genuinely impatient to reunite with Stephen Strange. For good reason, the boss of Marvel has teased the heavy about the new adventures of the superhero. These should be widely placed under the sign of the multiverse.

Doctor Strange in the Multivers of Madness will then have the weight of great responsibilities on his shoulders. Expected for March 2022, the film will the link between the various productions released in the cinema and the new Marvel series from Disney +.

Without a doubt, this episode promises to be one of the most ambitious films of this phase 4. Sam Rami, director of the film, will therefore have the task of keeping a very large cast on screen. Doctor Strange 2 should do disembark new characters, but also to bring back already well-known Avengers, all suddenly from multiverse.

A new ally for Strange

Rumors speak of the return of many more or less famous protagonists. The most recent of them, carried by The Direct, would support the arrival of a powerful ally on the side of Doctor Strange.

It would be the sorcerer’s apprentice Rintrah, portrayed in the comics as a green minotaur. Little known so far, the character is said to have been a disciple of Stephen Strange and would have the same magical powers as this one. Therefore, he would also be able to travel through the dimensions.

The sorcerer from the planet of R’Vaal should then be played by Adam Hugill. The actor recently appeared in the film 1917, playing the role of Private Atkins.


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