The most recent Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness promo, which indicates the reappearance of two crucial characters from WandaVision, is causing a stir among Marvel fans. This contributes to the ever-growing list of guest appearances scheduled to help shape the film’s plot and brings Doctor Strange further closer to Wanda Maximoff, whose participation in the movie was hinted at, in Spider-Man: No Way Home’s post-credits scene.
What the Promo Showed:
Both Stephen Strange and Scarlet Witch have been having nightmares, according to the trailer. Wanda’s Sanctum Sanctorum is far sadder than the sorcerer’s, who is transferred to some desolate wasteland. Wanda has dreams of herself back in Westview with her children, only to wake up and discover she is alone.
The Scarlet Witch is shown holding her children Billy and Tommy in a scene from the teaser. Assuming by the way the footage is trimmed, Wanda appears to still be unable to return her twins to life, due to the fact that they did not exist when the artificial reality around Westview collapsed in WandaVision. It’s unclear how the two boys will play a role in Multiverse of Madness, but fans believe Wanda may try to use her newly acquired abilities to bring her children to life.
Other things in the Trailers:
Aside from Billy and Tommy’s reappearance, the promo gives fans a closer look at one of Doctor Strange’s villainous versions. The so-called Sinister Strange opens a third eye on his forehead in one of the trailer’s later sequences, provoking a tired reaction from the Master of the Mystic Arts. The rest of the teaser includes sequences from previous trailers, such as Wong conjuring a pair of mystical swords and a bright entity that some assume is the Superior Iron Man.
Related: With a length of 148 minutes, ‘Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness’ will be one of the longest Marvel films
‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,’ starring Benedict Cumberbatch, could be one of the longest films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe yet. The sequel to ‘Doctor Strange’ is expected to stretch for 2 hours and 28 minutes, according to rumors. Ingresso, a Brazilian ticketing service, reported the story. If the new information is correct, ‘Multiverse of Madness’ will be on par with Tom Holland’s ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home.’ Fans can also expect the movie to be lengthier with a few more additions in the final cut.