The upcoming superhero movie of Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: No Way Home is gonna release soon. The movie is featuring Tom Holland and Zendaya. The fans all around the globe have gone nuts regarding the early review of the movie. Those who have watched the movie beforehand, are saying that the post-credit scene of the upcoming MCU movie also contains some spoilers from the next movie of MCU, ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.’ The final scenes of the movie have shown us some of the scenes from the trailer of the next movie and the leaks are now available everywhere and now that the leaks are out and we have seen it, fans are excited to think about what twists are gonna come next.
Although the source of its leak has not yet been confirmed, many fans suspect that the caption was included as a post-credit scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home. This video features Dr. Strange who explores the effects of the disruption of multiverse fabric before unveiling the many familiar faces of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The clips are accompanied by recent rumors that Gargantos will appear as the bad guy in the upcoming Multiverse of Madness.
Little is known about Dr. Strange’s next blockbuster film. There are rumors that it will deal directly with the spelling effects written in Spider-Man: No Way Home, forcing the Supreme sorcerer to deal with the concept of a coherent universe. Reports emphasize that Scarlet Witch will play a key role in the film as she embraces her new skills which were established at the end of the WandaVision series. Several potential leaks also suggest that Dr. Strange will be joined by America Chavez, also known as Miss America, who is being dragged to the world of Dr. Strange via space and time.
Commenting on the production of Multiverse of Madness, Marvel Studio’s chairperson Kevin Feige said, “It is a reality to work on the film that is featuring fan-favorite Doctor Strange and Sam Raimi in another part of the office, and then work on the Spider-Man movie with Jon Watts. And Alfred Molina as Doc Ock in another room, “Feige said. “That has been a thought-provoking part of the last 10 years of my life.”
Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will see renowned director Sam Raimi return to the genre of great heroes. When asked what about the film that brought him back after the chaotic production of Spider-Man 3, Raimi said, “The internet was being revived and people didn’t like the film and just advertised it. So, it was hard to take it. Go back.” He goes on to say, “However, I found out that there is an opening in Doctor Strange 2. My agent called me and said, ‘They want a Marvel director of this movie and your name appears. Are you interested?’ And I thought, ‘I wonder if I can still do it.’ They really want, those kinds of pictures. And I heard, ‘Well, that’s enough reason.’