Doctor Strange 2: Rehearsals inspired by Loki and Spider-Man: No Way Home

[Editor’s Note: Spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: No Way Home]Spider-Man: No Way Home has changed fans’ expectations forever, it seems: with the multiverse now wide open that the film’s abundance of far-reaching cameos sets a new precedent for the MCU, one would think that anything can happen. Fan-service cameos have become all the more popular in recent Marvel titles, from No way homes countless villains (and … more), to people who WandaVision‘s divisive Ralph Bohner. And that, in fact, seems to be the driving force behind it Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madnesspreviously reported resumes, says The Hollywood Reporter.

As we have previously reported, is Doctor Strange the successor has had significant resumes lasting six weeks, six days a week, within the last few months. THR reports that said shots are expected to be packed in the next week, and was spurred on by both No way home and Disney + Loki series, both of which deal in depth with the multiverse. Such a move feels both foresighted and knowledgeable with the wild box office success No way home in mind: It is suspected that Disney has fallen over a new goldmine to dig into the nostalgic tendencies of comic book fans.

Rumor has it Bruce Campbellfor example, one of the director Sam Raimis frequent collaborators, could emerge as a variant of the Spidey villain Mysterio, or even his character Ash from Evil death series. As such, the studio decided to “have more fun with the multiverse,” one source told THR, and to include more cameos and character introductions in the sequel. Watch the wild, explosive cycle of fan speculation. It’s going to be a hell of a six week wait, that’s for sure – can anyone get Kang The Conqueror at stake?

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Where was it just wild No way homesuccess, you might ask? Pretty huge, to say the least: it earned $ 253 million in the domestic market during its opening weekend, the highest ticket office in the pandemic era. Sony is already blowing up the champagne. Tom Rothman, Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group, said:

“This weekend is historic Spider-Man: No Way Home results, from around the world and in the face of many challenges, confirm the unsurpassed cultural impact that exclusive cinema films can have when made and marketed with vision and determination. All of us at Sony Pictures are deeply grateful for the amazing talent, both in front of and behind the camera, that produced such a landmark film. Thanks to their brilliant work, everyone can enjoy the big screen gift from 2021’s most powerful superhero – your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness comes to the cinema on May 6, 2022. It contributes Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, and Xochitl Gomez.

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