Get excited people, cause we now know exactly what the New Doctor Strange staring Benedict Cumberbatch, one of the most beloved actors on the of the planet… probably THE most in my opinion, is going to look like and what we can expect to see as he exchanges his Sherlock’s Deer hunter cap for a cape
As we know, the character Doctor Strange is a verry prestigious surgon and one night he’s driving home I’m guessing, and he gets into a car accident. During this his hands get all messed up and even after extensive surgery his hands are completely and permanently immobilized… as we know!
So in the trailer we see that he goes through the training in Tibet where he met the ancient one played by Tilda Swinton which I know some of you fans may find disconcerting but just give her a chance okay… Marvel has given us pretty much gold in their films through the last decade haven’t they?
Now what I love about this is that it has a whole Inception feel to it. Which gives a very trippy yet, unnerving sensation to it so basically, you just don’t know what’s coming around the corner… literally? I’m a little confused with Chiwetel Ejiofor’s character Barron Mordo as we don’t really know if he’s going to betray everyone as in the comics or anything. But we do know that he does want to take his place as The Ancient One so we’ll have to see what happens there.
So to sum up we have trippy magic, the world collapsing in on itself and Benedict Cumberbatch… This is going to be EPIC! Oh and by the way, a new Infinity Stone is going to be introduced so it’s ether the Time Stone or the Sole Stone… I’m thinking it’s the Time Stone myself. Let’s see what happens people.
Doctor Strange due to be released in November 2016.
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