A Twitter account named Doctor Strange 2 Updates shared a poster of the Multiverse of Madness with a close-up on the shattered glass slivers. It contains an image that looks a lot like the Union Jack shield of Captain Carter. Marvel Studios is yet to confirm the rumor and whether we would get to see Captain Carter make her live-action debut in the Doctor Strange movie.
Captain Carter in What If..?
This character made her debut in the series What If..? The series showed the fans an alternate version of the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline. It had Peggy Carter be the winter soldier. She is the one who sacrifices her life heroically for the country, while fighting against Hydra, in the first episode of the series. In the end, she returns safe and well in the present time. She re-appeared in the finale, where the superheroes are selected to be a part of Guardians of the Multiverse by Watcher. These heroes are tasked to stop Ultron in his multiverse genocide spree.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
The upcoming Doctor Strange movie, the second of the series – Multiverse of Madness, will see Benedict Cumberbatch playing the role of Master of Mystical Arts. He journeys across the multiverse, encountering variants of his character and other established characters. As the movie is about multiverses, it could mean that What If..? characters like Captain Carter could show up. Even if she does appear, it is not clear if Hayley Atwell will play the role. She voiced the character in both episodes of the series
The complete trailer of the Multiverse of Madness aired during Super Bowl LVI. It leaves the fans with a lot to take in. Like the introduction of new characters and the return of a lot of familiar faces. The trailer also spotlighted the introduction of a new villain – the interdimensional beast Gargantos. Though he has been renamed, the character is instantly recognizable. It’s the classic Doctor Strange Villain Shuma-Gorath.
Along with Benedict Cumberbatch, we will get to Xochitl Gomez as Miss America. Elizabeth Olsen returns as Wanda. Benedict Wong is back as Wong in the movie, along with Chiwetel Ejiofor as Karl Mordo, Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer, and Michael Stuhlbarg as Nicodemus West. The film is directed by Sam Raimi.