Two MCU characters return in Doctor Strange 2’s latest trailer


Is Wanda getting the double?

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Goodness gracious, wonderful Dr.! Doctor Strange 2 (aka Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness) puts us on the edge of our seats with its latest teaser. Doctor Strange’s emotional homecoming is hinted at in this clip, not the persona first teased in the Doctor Strange 2 Super Bowl ad.

For the sake of your enjoyment, we won’t reveal the identity of this future Marvel film’s protagonist right now. Don’t even think about blinking. And don’t forget to bring your tissues.


That stunning trailer may appear to be about that Strange, but it’s really about Wanda Maximoff, the main character. Her last known extracurricular activities appear to have yielded some (potential) results.

If you recall, the last time we saw Wanda was in the post-credits sequence in WandaVision when she was flipping through the Darkhold. In addition, at around 15 seconds in, we could hear the phantom voices of her sons Billy and Tommy (Julian Hilliard and Jett Klyne).

That’s where Wanda and her boys show up in this teaser, trying to reach out to her. Stephen Strange is tortured by recollections of Christine Palmer, who he had a crush on.


What if you didn’t finish watching the trailer? Tickets for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are currently on sale, so good luck snagging a spot for the premiere or weekend performances.

Who is the culprit behind the multiverse’s collapse?

Doctor Strange appears to be doing something else in the Multiverse of Madness, which contradicts the fact that Sylvie broke the multiverse in Loki. In this video, we see Strange and Maximoff grappling with their strange nightmares, which seem to take place in other universes from the one they’re in. (Steven Grant, by the way, offers his compliments.)

It’s reasonable to wonder if Strange is being held on trial for what’s transpired here, given that he’s being kept captive by a group of enigmatic and dark characters. When does Marvel ever go with the simple answer?


The dark and twisted Strange Supreme, a Stephen Strange version… who also possesses a third eye, is also shown off in the film. It’s possible that he’s the real evil! As previously said, this is what all the evidence points to. But in a succession of multiverses, we have to wait until May 6 to figure out what’s really going on.

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