Doctor Strange 2 Official Trailer Brings Back Patrick Stewart as Professor X

Our imaginations have been blown by the new trailer for Doctor Strange: The Multiverse of Madness. As soon as we saw the trailer, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on the movie so that we could see it as quickly as possible. The Super Bowl on February 14, 2022, was said to be a possible date for the trailer’s release. Nevertheless, it appears that Marvel meant to surprise us, and we are blown away. Let’s take a look at the official Doctor Strange 2 trailer first.

To what extent is the trailer depictive?

The official trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has almost little in common with the teaser trailer, other than a few crucial images. The film has undergone significant reshoots, and we are now beginning to get an indication of what has been modified or added to the film.

A black patch on the Cloak of Levitation was the first thing we noticed in the teaser, maybe because it is ripped and repaired by Rintrah, like in the comics.

The name of the movie’s villain, who may or may not be Nightmare, appears for the first time in this teaser. The movie’s primary adversary may or may not be Nightmare, although the trailer makes it seem like he will be.

When asked by Doctor Stange about her thoughts on the multiverse, Wanda makes the first mention of Vision in any MCU film or series following the WandaVision events. As far as she knows, Vision had a theory or two, and that theory was perilous.

This trailer gives us a better look at Wong. According to certain beliefs, this may be the final time we see Benedict Wong’s character in the MCU films.

We don’t see Professor X in the teaser, but anybody can tell that it’s Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Charles Xavier from the voice.

For a few seconds after that, we catch a glimpse of a blazing guy flying through the air, and we immediately recognize him as the Human Torch. We still don’t know who is portraying the Human Torch this time around since there were previously two iterations of the character, played by Captain America actor Chris Evans and Killmonger actor Michael B. Jordan in the remake as characters in the MCU’s mainstream Marvel canon, both of them have had key roles.

The first time we see Wanda’s nasty side is in this trailer. In addition, we observed something that appeared to be a different version of her, or perhaps an illusion. According to what we know, Wanda is a Nexus creature, which means that all of her other forms are practically interchangeable. A lot is riding on how this character’s story plays out, so we can’t wait to watch how she does.

Well, we have complete trust in the eagle-eyed MCU fans who pick out the slightest of details to find more information and Easter eggs in the trailer than the ones we have seen so far.

The Multiverse of Madness: Doctor Strange Cast++

  • Dr. Stephen Strange is played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
  • Actress Elizabeth Olsen takes on the role of Scarlet Witch Wanda Maximoff.
  • Karl Mordo is played by Chiwetel Ejiofor.
  • It’s Wong Benedict Wong!
  • Xochitl Gomez portrays America Chavez in the film.
  • In the role of Nicodemus West, Michael Stuhlbarg
  • In the role of Christine Palmer, Rachel McAdams portrays

The release date for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was initially being slated for May 7, 2021, but was then moved back to November 5, 2021, before Sony rescheduled Spider-Man: No Way Home to November 2021, causing the release date to be pushed back to March 25, 2022. A year later, in October 2021, it was again pushed out to May 2022. On May 6, 2022, precisely one year after the film’s planned release date, the teaser shows that the movie will be released.

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