The Marvel Cinematic Universe is at its best after the multiverse unleashed in the Loki series. The repercussions of the event have been seen in What if …? and they also promise to echo in various MCU movies like Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness.
The film, directed by Sam Raimi, will bring back Benedict Cumberbatch as the ‘Sorcerer Supreme’. As it is a continuation of WandaVision, the protagonist will share the scene with Scarlet Witch. Together they will deal with the multiverse of insanity in order to avoid a catastrophe that endangers their world.
What nobody expected is that Doctor Strange Supreme It could also appear on the tape. According to insider Daniel Richtman, the evil version did not die at the end of the fourth chapter of What if …? and take advantage of the multiverse unleashed in Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness to return in style.
Who is Doctor Strange Supreme?
As we saw in said episode of What if …?, The life of Stephen Strange He took a different tack when a tragic car accident caused the death of his beloved instead of the control of her hands, as it did in the live action film.
While he managed to become the ‘Sorcerer Supreme’, he never managed to forget his beloved. Obsessed with solving this, he used all sorts of forbidden powers to bring her back, even though this ended up creating a paradox that ends her entire world.