Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) conquered the box office as Marvel Studios conjured new mystical heroes, villains and dimensions from comics.
The Phase Three film exposed the Multiverse in Strange’s out of this world excursions across time, space and the astral plane, unleashed a major super villain and tied Strange to Asgard and the upcoming Infinity War.
In his first big screen adventure Strange took on rival sorcerer Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) but fans saw an even more powerful super villain emerge.
Are you feeling the power of the dark side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) takes you beyond on the big screen this Friday. Ghost Rider (Gabriel Luna as Robbie Reyes) is blazing on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and ghosts are hunting for the Darkhold – one of the most infamous supernatural artifacts in the Marvel Universe..
The dimensional doors to the supernatural realms are flying open as Marvel conjures new heroes and villains into the ever expanding film universe.
Doctor Strange features the Sorcerer Supreme, The Ancient One, Baron Mordo, Wong and potentially even more characters from the Master of the Mystic Arts mythos.
The director showed how they created a “sci-fi space wasteland” and “scrapers” aka actors dressed in robes plus a variety of alien weaponry on set of the sequel on the Gold Coast of Australia.
Mark Ruffalo (as the Hulk) will appear in the third Thor solo film.
Jeff Goldblum is playing the Grandmaster, a cosmic villain who pit heroes against each other in “Contests of Champions” for his amusement. In the comics the Grandmaster and Collector (Benicio Del Toro from Guardians of the Galaxy) are Elders of the Universe.
This was our first look at Thompson (sporting white streaks of face paint) playing Valkyrie. Karl Urban is playing Skurge and Cate Blanchett is portraying Hela, Goddess of the Underworld.
But a moment on the Facebook live set tour could mean an all-new version of “Hulk SMASH puny God!”