The Marvel studios are delaying two of their other features Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor’s: Love and Thunder. Doctor Strange’s sequel, which moved only a few weeks ago to November 5, 2021, will now release on March 25, 2022.
The Cloak of Levitation is Back!
Doctor Strange, Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme, would once again set his spell on audiences. Benedict Cumberbatch will still wear the Cloak of Levitation in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This produces an all-new adventure taking the Master of Mystic Arts to the strangest corner of (MCU). And, probably, far beyond. Though Cumberbatch will return for the sequel, behind the camera, there will be a new face. It is due to Director Scott Derrickson’s abrupt departure. Spider-Man owner Sam Raimi currently surrounded by speculation.
The First Big Order Change in the MCU!
Doctor Strange’s sequel, which relocated just a few weeks ago to November 5, 2021, will now release on March 25, 2022. This date is the first significant change in the order in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Once it comes to film release dates, Doctor Strange expected to debut before the third live-action Spider-Man movie. Filmmaker Scott Derrickson let that known on January 9 to the delight of, well, just about everybody. He will not be directing Doctor Strange. The announcement made via Twitter, with Derrickson citing studio “creative differences.”
MCU’s First Horror Flick?
Even though he is no longer in the chair of the owner, Derrickson reported during the 2019 Comic-Con. He said that the Multiverse of Madness would be “the first scary MCU movie.” And it’ll also accept “the Gothic and the Horror” that first made Derrickson fall in love with Doctor Strange. At this point, it is unclear if this changes in the wake of his departure from the project. But the horror fans are probably hoping that Marvel can find another horror-friendly movie maker to take over the project.
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