Doctor Strange 2 was a monumental film. Fans all around the world loved it. It fleshed out many new concepts. On the other hand, the powerful and secretive group Illuminati which protects the world gained prominence. The writer of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness revealed the dark secrets behind the Illuminati universe in a recent interview. We take a closer look at what he said in this article.
Doctor Strange 2 Writer Reveals Dark Secrets Behind The Illuminati Universe
As aforementioned, writer Michael Waldron of Doctor Strange 2 gave an interview to Empire. There, among other things, he talked about the dark secrets behind the Illuminati universe. The head writer revealed:
“The funny thing about Memory Lane is that… It’s not in there, but my secret history of 838 is it’s a little bit of a police state. And you can see, everybody is dressed uniformly, it’s like a little bit of an Orwellian feel to it. Cause I was always like, ‘Alright, why does this Memory Lane thing exist?’ I wrote a bunch of what was essentially fine print that I do think we recorded, but it just doesn’t…
Michael Waldron then continued:
“You can’t quite hear it, but it’s like the guy is saying in the background, he’s like, ‘Disclaimer: Any memories of crimes committed or so-and-so can be admissible in a court of law…’ Memory Lane is really the state’s attempt to minority report you into admitting a crime you committed. That’s my dark secret about Memory Lane.”
This revelation adds yet more depth and layers to the MCU and Doctor Strange 2. The film was great, with an intriguing backstory and solid performances. With fascinating writers like Waldron, the MCU keeps churning out awesome films and TV shows. What do you think of the writer’s comments? Let us know your opinion in the comments section below.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now streaming on Disney+.