Marvel's What If...? - Official Exclusive Doctor Strange Clip (2021) Benedict Cumberbatch

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When does Spider Man no way home?

Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to be released in the United States on December 17, 2021, as part of Phase Four of the MCU. A fourth Spider-Man film is in development. wikipedia.orgSpider-Man: No Way Home

Doctor Strange Seeks the Lost Books In New What If...? Preview

Superherohype.com 31 August, 2021 - 10:10pm

In this week’s episode of Marvel’s What If…?, the spotlight will fall on Doctor Strange. It’s not a coincidence that Strange’s first MCU movie introduced the multiverse. That’s because every step of Strange’s life could have gone in a different direction. For this story, Strange suffered a loss that meant more to him than anything else. And he is also willing to cross every line to reclaim what was his.

Disney+ and Marvel have released a new preview clip from What If…? episode 4. Additionally, the scene reveals that Strange needs the Lost Books of Cogliostro. According to legend, “[Cogliostro] knew how to break an absolute point in time.” This likely means that Strange is trying to rewrite his own history.

Regardless of how Strange’s efforts pan out, one thing is clear: some jokes are just destined to be repeated across the multiverse. “Sorcerer Armani” may also be a fitting nickname for this incarnation of Strange. Unlike his MCU and comic book counterparts, this Strange variant is still showing off his immense wealth.

The fourth episode of What If…? premieres on Wednesday, September 1 on Disney+.

What do you think about the new preview clip? Let us know in the comment section below!

Doctor Strange Seeks the Lost Books In New What If...? Preview

CinemaBlend 31 August, 2021 - 10:10pm

In this week’s episode of Marvel’s What If…?, the spotlight will fall on Doctor Strange. It’s not a coincidence that Strange’s first MCU movie introduced the multiverse. That’s because every step of Strange’s life could have gone in a different direction. For this story, Strange suffered a loss that meant more to him than anything else. And he is also willing to cross every line to reclaim what was his.

Disney+ and Marvel have released a new preview clip from What If…? episode 4. Additionally, the scene reveals that Strange needs the Lost Books of Cogliostro. According to legend, “[Cogliostro] knew how to break an absolute point in time.” This likely means that Strange is trying to rewrite his own history.

Regardless of how Strange’s efforts pan out, one thing is clear: some jokes are just destined to be repeated across the multiverse. “Sorcerer Armani” may also be a fitting nickname for this incarnation of Strange. Unlike his MCU and comic book counterparts, this Strange variant is still showing off his immense wealth.

The fourth episode of What If…? premieres on Wednesday, September 1 on Disney+.

What do you think about the new preview clip? Let us know in the comment section below!

'Shang-Chi' director wanted to put Doctor Strange in the movie, but there were 'clear reasons' why he couldn't

Yahoo News 31 August, 2021 - 09:31am

Director Destin Daniel Cretton said he wished he could have put Strange in his movie.

However, there were "clear reasons" he couldn't after a conversation with Kevin Feige.

Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Cameos are a big part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with various characters jumping in and out of each other's movies in this ever-expanding shared story.

One character who seems to be a highly-sought-after cameo-maker is Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange. He was supposed to appear in "WandaVision" until those plans changed, and now "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" director Destin Daniel Cretton has confirmed that he too would have loved to feature Strange in his movie. However, there are apparently "very clear reason[s]" why that didn't happen.

In an interview with men's blog BroBible, Cretton explained: "There are clear reasons why Doctor Strange is not there. I wish we could've put Doctor Strange in our movie."

"But there are very clear reasons why the characters who showed up could show up very briefly. There's also a very clear reason why they're not physically in the room," he continued. "But all of that is a big conversation with Kevin [Feige] and the producers and directors who are working on other things."

-Post Cred Pod (@PostCredPod) August 24, 2021

What these reasons are remains to be seen, but we wouldn't bet against it being something to do with "Spider-Man: No Way Home." That movie will feature Doctor Strange extensively, so maybe that didn't leave room for Strange to appear in "Shang-Chi," particularly if both movies take place around the same time.

Strange's companion, Wong, does appear in both "No Way Home" and "Shang-Chi." In the trailer for the former, Wong can be seen exiting the Sanctum Sanctorum via a sling ring - perhaps he's traveling to the fighting ring where he appears in "Shang-Chi."

His cameo in "Shang-Chi" is short but notable, appearing alongside another cameo-maker: Tim Roth's "Abomination," who makes his return to the MCU after his last appearance in 2008's "The Incredible Hulk."

There are other cameos in "Shang-Chi" that Cretton seemed to directly refer to, but they will remain unmentioned for now in order to save some surprises for the movie, which comes out September 3.

Read the original article on Insider

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'Shang-Chi' director wanted to put Doctor Strange in the movie, but there were 'clear reasons' why he couldn't

GamesRadar+ 31 August, 2021 - 09:31am

Director Destin Daniel Cretton said he wished he could have put Strange in his movie.

However, there were "clear reasons" he couldn't after a conversation with Kevin Feige.

Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Cameos are a big part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with various characters jumping in and out of each other's movies in this ever-expanding shared story.

One character who seems to be a highly-sought-after cameo-maker is Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange. He was supposed to appear in "WandaVision" until those plans changed, and now "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" director Destin Daniel Cretton has confirmed that he too would have loved to feature Strange in his movie. However, there are apparently "very clear reason[s]" why that didn't happen.

In an interview with men's blog BroBible, Cretton explained: "There are clear reasons why Doctor Strange is not there. I wish we could've put Doctor Strange in our movie."

"But there are very clear reasons why the characters who showed up could show up very briefly. There's also a very clear reason why they're not physically in the room," he continued. "But all of that is a big conversation with Kevin [Feige] and the producers and directors who are working on other things."

-Post Cred Pod (@PostCredPod) August 24, 2021

What these reasons are remains to be seen, but we wouldn't bet against it being something to do with "Spider-Man: No Way Home." That movie will feature Doctor Strange extensively, so maybe that didn't leave room for Strange to appear in "Shang-Chi," particularly if both movies take place around the same time.

Strange's companion, Wong, does appear in both "No Way Home" and "Shang-Chi." In the trailer for the former, Wong can be seen exiting the Sanctum Sanctorum via a sling ring - perhaps he's traveling to the fighting ring where he appears in "Shang-Chi."

His cameo in "Shang-Chi" is short but notable, appearing alongside another cameo-maker: Tim Roth's "Abomination," who makes his return to the MCU after his last appearance in 2008's "The Incredible Hulk."

There are other cameos in "Shang-Chi" that Cretton seemed to directly refer to, but they will remain unmentioned for now in order to save some surprises for the movie, which comes out September 3.

Read the original article on Insider

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Newton is ready to star in a superhero movie, but she won't accept a thankless supporting role.

Cook also recalls breaking into tears after a director told her to lose weight early in her career.

There are so many Netflix shows to watch these days, in what’s become an incomprehensibly vast ocean of content with pretty much something for everyone to enjoy. By the same token, though, the more content there is on Netflix? The more chances there are for people to complain and protest about this or that addition … The post Outraged fans are trying to cancel a controversial new Netflix show appeared first on BGR.

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"In terms of my discipline, I am strangely better suited at this age."View Entire Post ›

Aaron Dominguez and the "Rare" singer sparked dating rumors after being photographed on the set of the Hulu show together.

Marrissa Cloutier, known as @digitalprincxss on TikTok, was charged with one count of neglect of a child.

According to multiple news outlets, the Nashville-based stars are dating after being introduced by a mutual friend.

The passage of Senate Bill 1 marks a defeat for Democrats who staged a weeks-long walkout to break quorum and block the bill from becoming law.

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