* If you haven’t seen ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ and its post-credits scenesread no further!
‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ is already a hit. With the data that is leaving at the box office there is no debate in this regard. Only a week has needed this sequel starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen to exceed $500 million globallyand in Spain an impressive collection is also being marked.
So the triumph of Marvel Studios in this regard is more than clear. Now, everything else is up for debate in a pretty beastly movie for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many fans have been surprised at how explicit she is in certain scenes., coming to question that PG-13 (rating comparable to a not recommended for children under 13); and highlighting that the terror that his director warned about, Sam Raimi, is really very present. But is it for that?
Besides this point, we reflect on the development of the plot of Wanda / Scarlet Witch one of the most beloved marvelite female characters. After that redemption that we saw at the end of ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’, Wanda allows herself to be corrupted by the Darkhold and fully embraces her darker side., killing while ensuring that she is not a monster but a mother. This point causes almost as much controversy as uncertainty. Where are we going with Phase 4?
loki is the key
Michael Waldron, responsible for the script for ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’, was the chief writer for the first season of ‘Loki’, vital series to understand certain elements of this sequel. That is why we remember some key points of that fiction starring Tom Hiddleston that seems to have been left behind in terms of key points of the multiversal plot, but the thing is not so simple. Waldron, architect of the multiverse, launches in this series a much-needed base to answer some of the questions proposed by ‘Doctor Strange 2’whose script, flows more or less, seems to have no loopholes, sure?
* ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ is available only in theaters from May 6.