Fans are still in darkness regarding Avenger’s future in the MCU, and they are ever unsure if the superheroes exist as a unit now with Tony Stark and Captain Steve Rogers being gone now. However, the upcoming MCU film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’s official synopsis has a different story to tell. It suggests that the titular superhero, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange might have a more “central” part to play in the Avengers.
Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness: What Does the Official Synopsis Say?
The synopsis hits courtesy of Marvel Studio’s Japanese site and a website named thecosmiccircus.com translated the same. Besides explaining the premise of the upcoming Marvel movie, the synopsis also addresses Doctor Strange as the “strongest magician among them all.”
The synopsis starts by stating that the multiverse door filled with mystery and madness opens. Now that Captain America and Iron Man are no longer after a magnanimous battle in Avengers: Endgame, former classy surgeon and the strongest magician among everybody, Doctor Strange might play a major part in The Avengers.
The synopsis further continues, implementing his magic to manipulate time and place at his desire alongside a forbidden spell that is indicated as the most dangerous and has opened the doors to a mysterious madness termed “the multiverse”. To regain a world where everything is taking modification, Strange asks for support from his ally Wong, the Sorcerer Supreme, and the Avengers strongest Scarlet Witch, Wanda.
Also, more interestingly, the biggest threat in the universe looks exactly like Doctor Strange. Sam Raimi, the director, who has posed a unique worldview, will capture the entire world with massive scale and unprecedented visual agenda that will transcend both times and space.
Doctor Strange in Multiverse of Madness Trailer
The trailer for the movie came out recently, and it has created tremendous excitement among fans. It starts straight after the incidents of Spider-Man: No Way Home. Fans would be looking forward to it hitting the theatres as soon as the film has a cinematic release.