Doctor Strange 2: First Reactions Call The Film Bizarre Yet Brilliant

The first reactions to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are already out, ahead of the movie’s worldwide premiere.

After the much-anticipated Hollywood premiere of the latest MCU film, critics have taken to Twitter to share their first thoughts on the latest Marvel adventure starring Benedict Cumberbatch in the titular role. Many describe Doctor Strange 2 as visually spectacular, appreciating director Sam Raimi’s eye for scenes that strike a balance between bizarre and beautiful. Others praise the movie’s storyline which pushes the Marvel Cinematic Universe in an all-new direction despite a few messy connections to the past productions. While there is barely any mention of the heavily teased cameos in the movie, some critics have stated that many die-hard Marvel fans will certainly have a lot to look forward to.

Here are the first reactions to Doctor Strange:





Marvel Studios has shut down its comments sections on social media

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will hit the theaters on 6th May 2022
Doctor Strange 2 will hit the theaters on 6th May

While various reactions by critics have started to permeate the internet, Disney and Marvel Studios are taking some really drastic measures to ensure that no leaks hit the internet as the many surprises in the movie remain a secret. Marvel has also shut down its comments sections on both its Twitter and Instagram pages to reduce the spread of spoilers before the film’s global release. Currently, it’s unknown when the comments sections will get reactivated as Marvel Studios has just teased, “See you on the other side of the Multiverse.”

Doctor Strange 2 is will introduce some new characters into the MCU fold. Based on one film’s initial trailers, X-Men veteran Patrick Stewart will also feature in the movie as a version of Professor X, a role that he has played in the X-Men franchise by Fox before the Disney-Fox merger. Many fans have also pointed out that the floating yellow chair seen in the trailer is a closer connection to his appearance in the animated X-Men series which went on from 1992 to 1997.





Doctor Strange 2 will see Benedict Cumberbatch embark upon his most challenging journey till now. After his manipulation of the multiverse in No Way Home, Stephen Strange must face the result of his actions as he stares down various evil versions of himself. Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen, will also play a vital role in the movie, with many fans suspecting her to be the main villain of the film as hinted by the post-credits scene of WandaVision.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will hit the theaters on May 6.

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