When Benedict Cumberbatch vanished into thin air during the closing sequence of Infinity War, Doctor Strange 2 was instantly cancelled. However, the fans expected and Doctor Strange made his comeback in Avengers: Endgame rejoining Wong in defending the universe once again.
Doctor Strange 2 is a part of Phase 4. This was officially confirmed at Comic-Con. The film gives its sequel a trippy title. So get ready for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
With director Scott Derrickson leaving after the sequel over “creative differences” what direction will the sequel take? Continue reading to know the latest updates about it.
Doctor Strange 2 release date: When will the Multiverse of Madness come out?
As yet, an assumption is that the sequel will continue to remain in its original release date of May 7, 2021, making it the fourth movie of Phase 4.
Although director Derrickson left, it’s a little cloudy over whether there will be any delays.
Actor Benedict Wong previously stated that according to him, the film would begin its shooting in 2020. However, with the present Covid 19 lockdown situation, it is possible that the filming might late, and the release date might be shifted.
Doctor Strange 2 cast: Who will be in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?
Undoubtedly, our hero Benedict Cumberbatch will return for the sequel. There is confirmation for his presence although it’ll be only surprising if Benedict Wong would not be back, especially when he has talked about the sequel.
An announcement at Comic-Con confirmed Elizabeth Olsen for appearing in the movie as Scarlet Witch. She will be a part of the sequel’s direct ties to the Disney+ show WandaVision.
We can see Chiwetel Ejiofor with his role of Mordo, an antagonist in the movie.
Rumour has it that Rachel McAdams will probably come back as Strange’s sort-of love-interest Christine Palmer. However, present reports claim she will not return for the show.