Doctor Strange wields his powers within the Multiverse of Madness.
“The nightmare begins.” Doctor Strange within the Multiverse of Madness received a brand new trailer through the Super Bowl on Sunday, giving us extra hints concerning the 28th Marvel Cinematic Universe film forward of its May 6 launch. It’ll see Benedict Cumberbatch’s sorcerer and his new buddies touring via the multiverse, setting us up for cameos galore.Check out the brand new trailer beneath.
As for these cameos, a well-recognized voice chimes in at 1:18, belonging to a sure Charles Xavier from the X-Men films — the older model performed by Patrick Stewart. “We ought to inform him the reality,” says Xavier, hinting at some grand revelation.Monica Rambeau, the daughter of the late Maria Rambeau from Captain Marvel, can be alongside for the trip, with the powers she received in WandaImaginative and prescient trying extra developed in a struggle with Scarlet Witch.
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The parallel-dimension-hopping story follows the reality-warping occasions of Loki and Spider-Man: No Way Home, the latter of which noticed Strange messing with the material of the universe to assist Peter Parker. Strange seeks help from Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), aka the Scarlet Witch, who’s been residing in isolation since she messed with the minds of an entire city in WandaImaginative and prescient. Although, on this trailer, Wanda appears fairly darn bitter and appears like she is likely to be enjoying extra of a villain function.This journey will even introduce America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez), whose comics counterpart has the facility to open holes in actuality and soar via the multiverse.The earlier trailer additionally confirmed former Strange ally Karl Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor), the twisted Strange Supreme, who appeared in final yr’s in What If… ?, and Strange’s former girlfriend Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams).
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