Its been a long time when the MCU phase 3 ended with the release of Spiderman: Far from Home, and now the fans are eagerly waiting for phase 4. Marvel will soon come up with so many anticipated films that will be a part of phase 4 and Doctor Strange: Multiverse Of Madness is one of them. It is the sequel of Doctor Strange that release in 2016. Plans for the sequel appeared just after the release of the original film.
Back in 2018, it was decided that the first movie director Scott Derrickson would direct the sequel, but unfortunately, this year, he left the project due to creative differences. After that, Evil Dead director, Sam Raimi, replaced Derrickson. Michael Waldron, who is the showrunner of the Loki series, is penning the script of the sequel. The sequel has faced many delays due to coronavirus so catch every detail about it below:
When Will The Production Start?
Back in January 2020, it was declared that the filming for the sequel would start from May 4, 2020. The filming was supposed to take place in London, New York, and Los Angeles. But due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Marvel had to delay the production of the sequel film. It also results in the delay of the release of the film.
But luckily, it is revealed that the production of the film will begin soon. The news was shared by the star Chiwetel Ejiofor, whom we saw in the first film in the role of Mordo. During an interview with Screenrant, the actor claimed that the shooting will commence soon.
What’s The Release Date?
As we told above that the release of the sequel movie faced delays and now we have to wait for more for it. In the beginning, it was set to release on May 2021, then Marvel decided to release it on November 5, 2021.
Then, unfortunately, the studio had to delay the release again because the release date assigned to Tom Holland’s Spiderman 3. Now the sequel film will arrive in the theaters on March 25, 2022.
Other Important Details
The complete casting information is still not revealed but these stars are confirmed to feature in the sequel: Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Strange, Benedict Wong as Wong, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Karl Mordo, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda/ Scarlet Witch.
We will see Mordo this time as a villain because we saw in the post-credit scene of Doctor Strange that he vowed to kill every sorcerer on Earth. So, in the sequel we will see an Avenger member that is Wanda so reportedly, she will team up with Doctor Strange in the sequel. In the second part of Doctor Strange, we will see about Multiverse.