Kevin Feige preferred to cut the Doctor Strange cameo

Since the official announcement of the series, many were convinced that Doctor Strange would somehow interact with Wanda Maximoff, But this did not happen. Apparently, though, these were the original plans and it was Kevin Feige himself to decide to remove the cameo of the supreme sorcerer, rewriting the last episode.

Recently interviewed on the microphones of Rolling Stone, the president of the Marvel Studios explained how the idea was to have Doctor Strange intervene in the final episode of WandaVision to bring Westview back to normal and that the cryptic advertisements that appeared in each episode should be help signals sent by the character played by Benedict Cumberbatch.

In the end it was decided to focus entirely on Wanda’s narrative arc and her evolution into Scarlet Witch, saving a meeting with Strange for the highly anticipated In The Multiverse of Madness, where the events of WandaVision will have great repercussions.

Considering what happened in the post-credits scene of the series, in fact, the sorcerer will surely want to have his say.

WandaVision: Doctor Strange was supposed to appear in the final episode

Filming the sequel of Doctor Strange concluded last month and the release of the film is set for March 25, 2022. Behind the camera there will be the legendary Sam Raimi, director of the unforgettable first trilogy of Spider-Man with Tobey Maguire. For many it is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated projects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Meanwhile i Marvel Studios they wanted to make a great gift to fans by publishing the trailer for Phase 4, which began with the television productions, and which will continue to the cinema with Black Widow, Shang-Chi, Eternals and many others.

MCU Fase 4

Looking forward to seeing Wanda in the Doctor Strange sequel, you can see all the episodes of WandaVision exclusively on Disney Plus. To subscribe, at an affordable price, it will be enough click here.

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