The director talks about how the character of Doctor Strange has changed in the new film that opens on May 6 in theaters
In two weeks we will finally be able to attend the theatrical release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The new Marvel film will bring us the adventures of this character once the multiverse has opened, an arc that has already begun to be cemented with the latest releases he has made. This open multiverse together with characters like Scarlet Witch will make Doctor Strange rethink a lot of things.
Marvel has built a huge marketing strategy regarding this movie, which, if we remember, was going to be released in May of last year. Even having seen a lot of material either thanks to the spots or to the various posters and photos we don’t know much about what is going to happen in the film. Yes, we have been elucidating what could happen and how this key character in the UCM is going to evolve.
The director of the film, Sam Raimi has made some statements how he sees the character in this film. Apart from Raimi, Olsen and Cumberbatch were also at the event promoting the film. Elisabeth Olsen, who plays Wanda Maximoff, said that Strange would let go and see that she can trust more people than himself.
“He’s a character who has grown a lot since the first Avengers movie. At the beginning of the film it is believed that he has everything under control but he will realize that he is not capable of controlling the multiverse, since he is bigger than he seems. It’s not just him and he will have to trust other people.”
With these words from Sam Raimi about Doctor Strange, he still hints that we will see collaborations that we did not expect or an end for some UCM characters.