Marvel’s Doctor Strange 2 writer talks about Stephen Strange’s future (Exclusive)

Warning: This story contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. screenwriter Michael Waldron watching the future of Stephen Strange. In horror movie costumes, directed by Sam Raimi Dr. Gharib 2 It ends with a chilling cliffhanger: a strange scream (Benedict Cumberbatch) suddenly sprouts a third eye from his forehead, as a result of using the dreaded Darkhold against the evil Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). (In the Marvel comic books, Strange summons the third eye using the Agamotto’s eye.) But as magician Karl Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) warns of disappointment in 2016 Dr. Gharib“The bill is due.”

“That’s when the bill is due. You used Darkhold to possess your own corpse,” says Wong. “Sure, there must be some repercussions,” Waldron said exclusively Character BookJenna Anderson. “It was somewhat of a throwback [Raimi’s] old or old evil dead, and the end grumbles, or she’s just like, “Oh my God, it worked out in the end.” So yeah. We’ll see what it all means for Stephen.”

Strange uses Darkhold’s dark magic for the Dreamwalk in the corpse of alternate Stephen Strange, drawing from the same kind of corrupting power that the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) called the former Supreme Wizard of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As the old said in Dr. Gharib“Sometimes one has to break the rules in order to serve the common good.”

“The Multiverse just shoved a mirror in front of his face, made him do some self-reflection, and I think he refused to do that at all,” Waldron said. “Even when he entered at this beginning [car] incident [in Doctor Strange]Instead of really thinking about who he is, he went instead and became the most powerful mage alive. This is the guy who doesn’t want to go to therapy. I think now, there’s been some forced self-reflection during this adventure, and I think he’s probably more capable than he’s ever been to work as part of a team.”

After fighting alongside Earth’s mightiest heroes in Avengers: Infinity War And Avengers: Endgameand emerged as a trusted guide to America’s Chávez (Xochitl Gomez) in The multiverse of madnessWaldron joked that Strange is “maybe better than ever to be an anchor for Avengers, and everything is moving forward. He’s also got that third eye. That might be bad news, who knows?”

Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Zochitel Gomez, with Michael Stolberg, Rachel McAdams, Marvel Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness It is now shown in theaters only.


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