Doctor Strange 2 will continue the storyline from ‘No Way Home’

DS 2 Doctor Strange 2 will continue the storyline from ‘No Way Home’

Director Sam Raimi opens up about his upcoming Doctor Strange 2 storyline which will pick up exactly where it ended in No Way Home.

It’s less than a month to the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in theaters worldwide. The premier will likewise be a debut of sorts for its director, Sam Raimi. He is certainly not a stranger to Superhero films, his original Spider-Man trilogy remains a milestone for superhero films to this day. However, Doctor Strange 2 marks his introduction into the extensive Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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As Raimi’s version of Peter Parker stared by Tobey Maguire was also introduced in Spider-Man: No Way Home, all things considered, the film not just highlighted the character he helped to bring to life, it is the exact same version of the Wallcrawler that Raimi directed and co-written. If it’s not enough, the main character of Doctor Strange 2, Doctor Stephen Strange is also featured in No Way Home. One could envision Raimi is barely keeping it together to one-up the blockbuster with his own interpretation of the hero. To the extent that any competition between the two movies, Raimi told Fandango:

“this is the first time that characters from our universe will go out into the multiverse and experience other universes. So, it’s going to be a continuation, but that, I think, is one of the biggest appeals. Finding other realities, and how they rhyme with our own, or how they are completely the opposite, or variations thereof. I think therein lies the interest of this picture.”

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Raimi remained a typical mum on any particular surprise, however trailers and promoting materials absolutely infer viewers are in for a perspective on the endless variety of the multiverse in a manner they haven’t encountered in No Way Home or Loki. Whether those surprises will be as fan-fulfilling as the No Way Home Spider-carriage remains to be seen.

Regardless, watchers can undoubtedly depend on seeing Strange, Wong, and Elizabeth Olsen’s Wand, straight from her multi-sitcom reality-bending spell on Wandavision – teaming up with the freshest MCU expansion, America Chavez.

Raimi additionally confirmed that fans can hope to see a few components from the other genre. He’s proven his dominance in the horror genre – to appear in Doctor Strange 2. “Doctor Strange in the comics has always dealt in universes and dimensions that were quite spooky, so we tried to bring some of that into this film,” Raimi admitted.

So do we get an Ash cameo? Bruce Campbell was on set, in an as-yet-undisclosed role. All Raimi would agree was, “I can’t answer that question either. I’m not allowed to.”

Fans will find out on May 5 when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness makes it to movie theaters.