Doctor Strange 2 Latest Promo Brings Back Wanda’s Twins

A new TV spot promo for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has surfaced online, confirming the rumoured return of Wanda Maximoff’s twin sons, Tommy and Billy.

The most recent TV spot for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness does confirm two major characters from WandaVision who aren’t done with the MCU yet.

New Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Clip Shows Wanda’s Twins

Doctor Strange 2
New Doctor Strange 2 TV spot shows Wanda embracing her twins

The short teaser consists of a clip where Scarlet Witch aka Wanda Maximoff can be seen embracing her twin children Billy and Tommy. On the way the whole footage is cut, it looks like Wanda is unable to bring her twin children back to life as they ceased to exist when the shammed reality that is formed around Westview crumbles to pieces in WandaVision. Currently, it’s unknown how the twins will factor into the storyline of Multiverse of Madness but Marvel fans have begun speculating that Wanda might try and use her newly found powers to bring her twins back to life.

Watch the TV Spot below:

Apart from Billy and Tommy’s return, the TV Spot footage also provides us with a much better look at an evil variant of Doctor Strange in the film. Towards the end of the trailer, one particular scene sees Sinister Strange succeeding in opening a third eye on his forehead, which prompts an exhausted response from the Sorcerer Supreme. Apart from this, the remaining trailer has some scenes that fans will recognize from previous trailers, which includes Wong managing to summon a pair of magical swords and a powered glowing being that many believe to be Superior Iron Man.

Doctor Strange 2 Will Also Introduce Some New Characters

America Chavez in Doctor Strange 2
America Chavez in Multiverse of Madness

The Multiverse of Madness will see the titular character still dealing with his actions’ consequences in No Way Home, where his magical spell goes haywire. Once Strange tears down the boundaries between various realities, he is confronted with various versions of himself, like the aforementioned Sinister Strange. The movie will also introduce some new characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, like the America Chavez, played by Xochitl Gomez.

As the film will be playing heavily around the multiverse, Marvel fans are anticipating to see many cameos from other cinematic franchises (Fox) that are still yet to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For instance, Patrick Stewart’s Professor X, from Fox’s X-Men franchise, will be certainly making an appearance, as suggested by the film’s trailer while a new Multiverse of Madness poster also confirmed the existence of What If…?’s Captain Carter making her live-action debut in the film.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will hit the theaters on May 5.

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