Doctor Strange in the Madness Multiverse is a direct continuation of the Spider-Man: No Way Home story. The new arachnid movie has without a doubt brought back hope for a better year in the hearts of many MCU fans. The production with Tom Holland is epic by all means and opens the world of Marvel to other universes. Some viewers might prefer a more modest story about Peter Parker, but the House of Ideas certainly cannot be denied ambition. And in a world dominated by bland superhero productions, they’re extremely important.
Viewers who waited until the ending credits of Spider-Man: No Way Home were able to rejoice for one more reason. They got (also those from Poland) pre-premiere access to the trailer for the movie about Doctor Strange. Fortunately, the company decided not to keep those viewers who have not yet had the opportunity to see the new Spider-Man titles in the uncertainty much longer.
“Doctor Strange in the madness multiverse” teaser.
The mentioned fictional relationship between “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and the new “Doctor Strange” can be seen in the first seconds of the trailer, which calls out Wong’s warning. It concerns the spell of oblivion used by Strange at the request of Peter Parker. The spell almost ended in a total apocalypse and the merger of all universes. Fortunately, the heroes managed to avoid the worst-case scenario, but the case is clearly not over yet.
Therefore, Stephen Strange will go to ask for help from Wanda Maximoff, last seen in the series “WandaVision”, where she took control of an American town. The former Avengers member appears to regret her actions, but the mage is more interested in the current problem. In addition to the two, in the trailer, we also see Strange’s former teacher – Karl Mordo, Amerika Chavez, Wong and a monster called Shuma-Gorath fighting Dr. Strang. Finally, we see the evil version of the Supreme Mage. It is most likely Doctor Strange, who made his debut in the phenomenal episode of the animation “What If …?”.
The film “Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness” will hit theaters on May 6.