DR STRANGE 2. Released in France this Wednesday, Doctor Strange 2 in the Multiverse of Madness finally reveals all its secrets. Starting with a post-credits scene of interest. Decryption with spoilers.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe returns to theaters this Wednesday, May 4 with the release of Doctor Strange 2 in the Multiverse of Madness. This second episode of the adventures of Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), magician with powerful powers, follows his appearance in Spider-Man No Way Home. There is also Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) seen recently in the Disney+ series WandaVision. A real event awaited in theaters, the film is promised a bright future at the box office in France and around the world.
Y a-t- there a post-credits scene in Doctor Strange 2?
Do you have to stay until the very end of the film to discover one or more post-credits scenes to Doctor Strange 2? Like all Marvel movies, the answer is obviously yes. There are two post-credits scenes: one after the animated credits and one at the end of the credits. Without spoilers whatsoever, however, don’t expect any big implications for the future of the MCU in the post-credits scene which contains a funny nod and not an announcement for the future of the superhero franchise. Anyway, fans and fans of Marvel movies will stay until the end to discover this mini-scene.
Who is the character in the post-credits scene of Doctor Strange 2?
Attention spoilers from the first post-credits scene of Doctor Strange 2 in the next three paragraphs: In the first post-credits scene of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Stephen Strange can be seen walking down the street before being challenged by a blonde-haired woman platinum in a costume reminiscent of those of the Eternals. This is actress Charlize Theron. Long in the state of rumors, his arrival in the MCU is now confirmed. In the credits, we can read that her character is called Cléa. She announces to Dr. Strange that he has caused an incursion (understand, the telescoping of two dimensions) and that she needs him to solve this problem. Clea then appears to tear reality apart to open a portal to this dimension. Doctor Strange then follows her with great pleasure.
Appeared in the comics in 1964, Cléa is a superheroine from the Marvel universe in comics where she rubs shoulders with Doctor Strange in different versions. Alternately, she could be his enemy, his lover, his wife… Cléa has many powers, including that of being able to move between dimensions in the Multiverse. Originally from the Dark Dimension (which is also sometimes called the Underworld, governed by Dormammu), she is sometimes the guarantor depending on the comics in which she appears.
It should be noted that Charlize Theron’s participation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe had been rumored for a very long time but had not yet been confirmed. The first post-generic scene of Dr Strange 2 therefore formalizes this arrival for the Oscar-winning actress who therefore joins the clique of actors who have made an appearance in Marvel films. Given the short duration of this cameo, it is easy to imagine that Charlize Theron will soon appear in a film, perhaps in a potential Doctor Strange 3 which has not yet been announced.
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That should we have seen Doctor Strange 2 before?
The MCU has been showering us with several releases a year since 2008 and Iron Man. With the arrival of series on Disney+, there are even more elements of this shared universe for fans and the general public to watch. Is it necessary to have seen everything to enjoy Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? As always, Marvel Studios got it right: it’s possible to watch Doctor Strange 2 with minimal knowledge of everything else, but those who’ve seen it all will enjoy it all the more. Here, the minimum to have seen would undoubtedly be Doctor Strange 1, Avengers Infinity War and Avengers Endgame. Add the Wandavision series to it if you wish, but Sam Raimi’s film does the job of hanging up the wagons for those who do not have a Disney + subscription. Fans who have seen the Loki series will already know everything there is to know about the Multiverse, while fans who have seen the animated series What If? will capture all the better the many winks of the film, but all this is not necessary for the good understanding of the film.
Do you have to have seen Doctor Strange 1? Yes, it is still essential to know who the character and his adventure companions are.
Do you have to have seen Spider-Man No Way Home? The movie takes the direct sequel to No Way Home for Stephen Strange. It is better to have seen it.
What are critics saying about Doctor Strange 2?
For Le Figaro, Sam Raimi “has absolutely not denied himself and even signs an auteur film”. Doctor Strange 2 is “a vertiginous and pop big 8, packed with action and full of visually incredible digital effects”. Le Figaro criticizes, however, that this great entertainment is “sometimes incomprehensible but so jubilant”. Le Parisien regrets “a deluge of images designed by computer, to the point of disgust” and a film “totally disconnected from reality, evolving in extraterrestrial dimensions far too complex and phantasmagorical for us to get attached to it.” The criticism of the Ile-de-France newspaper also announces the color: “we didn’t understand anything about the film”. The reason ? “The Multiverse encompasses so many dimensions that the plot is difficult to follow.”
Numerama, like many media outlets, praises Elizabeth Olsen’s performance as Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch . The actress “had demonstrated her talent in WandaVision: she once again captured all the attention. Magnetic, terrifying, touching, Elizabeth Olsen delivers a great performance”. In the columns of Large Screen, we wonder about the style of Sam Raimi in the service of Marvel Studios. Was it erased or not? “Hardcore Sam Raimi fans will find the filmmaker’s so recognizable style diluted like good wasted syrup, but the usual MCU blandness is shown to be darned lifted by this added flavor.”
Première answers the question “is Doctor Strange 2 a film by Sam Raimi? Good news: yes, undoubtedly, and we play Samraimian bingo with a certain pleasure in front of Multiverse of Madness by spotting cut effects stamped with sound stalwart editor Bob Murawski […] and some very surprising gore visions within such a locked down franchise.” For the Journal du Geek, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness “is a success. In front of the camera, the MCU sports a new hue: that of blood. If the cursor could have been pushed further, the filmmaker’s incursion into the franchise benefits from a singularity that we can salute.”
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What age is recommended to see Doctor Strange 2?
Marvel films are traditionally made to be seen by as many people as possible, this is also the case with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. In France, Doctor Strange 2 is rated for all audiences. In the United States, Doctor Strange 2 received the classification “PG-10” which means that some images may not be suitable for children under 13 years. The MPAA, which distributes these ratings, specifies that this judgment was made because the film contains intense sequences of violence and action. There are also scary pictures and some swear words. We’ve seen the movie and can confirm that Doctor Strange 2 might not be the eye-catcher. The film, directed by Sam Raimi, allows itself some violent and sometimes frightening sequences such as we have never seen in a Marvel film to date. However, it is difficult to decide on a minimum age to see this film as the children and their level of maturity differ. Between and 13 years old maybe? No less anyway. Anyway, if you are unsure whether your child can watch these images, we advise you to go see Doctor Strange 2 without him to confirm whether or not you want to show him later.
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After appearing in Doctor Strange, Avengers Infinity War and Endgame, Thor: Ragnarok and Spider-Man: No Way Home , Doctor Strange is back in a second solo film. Entitled “The Multiverse of Madness” (which can literally be translated as The Multiverse of Madness), the feature film once again features Stephen Strange in the role of Marvel’s magician. An expected time for the end of the year 2021, Doctor Strange 2 was released on May 4 2022 in France.
Synopsis – In this new Marvel Studios movie, the Marvel Cinematic Universe unlocks and pushes the boundaries of the Multiverse even further. Journey into the unknown with Doctor Strange who, with the aid of mystical allies old and new, traverses the mind-bending and dangerous realities of the multiverse to face a mysterious new adversary.
Where to see the Doctor Strange 2 trailers?
As usual, Marvel Studios has unveiled several trailers for Doctor Strange 2 ahead of its release. We discovered Stephen Strange there to call for help Wanda Maximoff but also to travel in the alternate dimensions of the Multiverse. The film is titled Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and focuses on the endless possibilities unlocked by these alternate realities that the Sorcerer Supreme will have to explore.
Which actors in the cast of Doctor Strange 2 ?
Benedict Cumberbatch is reprising the role of Stephen Strange in Doctor Strange 2: The Multiverse of Madness. In the casting, Elizabeth Olsen appears in the role of Wanda Maximoff / The Scarlet Witch, a logical outcome after the post-credits scenes of the Wandavision series (Disney +). Rachel McAdams is also in the game as Christine Palmer, ex of Stephen Strange, while Benedict Wong is present in the role of Wong. Chiwetel Ejiofor is also cast as Mordo.
- Benedict Cumberbatch:
Stephen Strange / Dr. Strange
- Elizabeth Olsen:
Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch
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- Chiwetel Ejiofor:
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Sam Raimi directs Doctor Strange 2
Doctor Strange 2, full name Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, is directed by Sam Raimi. The filmmaker, to whom we owe in particular Evil Dead as well as the very first Spider-Man trilogy, was tipped to take over from Scott Derrickson after his departure for creative disputes. During an interview with ComingSoon in the United States, Sam Raimi confirmed that he was indeed at work on the sequel project to the Marvel film released in 2016 and worn by Benedict Cumberbatch. The American website reported a sequence in Spider-Man 2 in which Jonah Jameson and an associate think about a name to give to Otto Octavius (Dr Octopus) when his partner proposes Doctor Strange. It is at this point that Jameson explains that this pseudonym is already taken. Many years later, Sam Raimi therefore directs the sequel to the adventures of the Supreme Sorcerer.
About this reference almost two decades earlier, the filmmaker explains that it is a pure coincidence but takes the opportunity to confirm for the first time that he is well involved in the Doctor Strange 2 project: “I loved Doctor Strange when I was a kid, but he was always behind Spider-Man and Batman in my mind, probably number 5 in my list of the greatest comic book characters because that he was so original. But when we were shooting that scene in Spider-Man 2, I had no idea that we would ever make a Doctor Strange movie. It was very funny to see the coincidence of that line in the movie. I must confess that I wish I had known that I would be involved in this project one day.”
Spoilers of Doctor Strange 2
Ahead of the theatrical release of Doctor Strange 2, many spoilers appeared on the web. These leaks revealed information about notable appearances in Sam Raimi’s film before the release date. Some have also been confirmed by Marvel Studios in official marketing materials. Some netizens are starting to share their Doctor Strange 2 discussions in our spoiler forum. If you would like to discuss what you saw in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, you can head to this forum page: Thread 315% Doctor Strange 2 Spoilers
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