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Marvel is not going to let time slip by. A few days after the resignation of Scott Derrickson behind the camera, Marvel already unveils the synopsis of the second part of the adventures of Doctor Strange. On the Production Weekly site, we can find out what the feature film will hold for us. Doctor Strange: Into the Multiverse of Madness, will once again focus on the Time Stone. “After the events of Avengers Endgame, Dr. Stephen Strange continued his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy all wizards on Earth and disrupts his plans which prompts Strange to unleash unspeakable evil, ”the site read.
The synopsis raises several questions and questions the context of the story. After Avengers Endgame, the Infinity Stones were destroyed, or brought back to their original dimension. So it seems unlikely that Doctor Strange we know would be in possession of the Time Gem, unless he traveled through time or dimensions. Doctor Strange could presumably introduce the Multiverse premise, long heralded as the logical next step for the MCU. Recent announcements about the connection between the Loki series and Doctor Strange 2, could explain this turnaround.
Mordo as an antagonist
As suggested in the post-credit scene of the first installment, Doctor Strange could face Mordo in Into the Multiverse of Madness. The character "friend turned foe" seems to have turned to evil and may well give the former surgeon a hard time. In the comics, the antagonist has faced Doctor Strange numerous times and this fight could take place on the big screen this time. It's still too early to say that this is indeed the final synopsis for Doctor Strange 2. It could be the first draft of the script and Scott Derrickson's departure may have caused Marvel to revisit its copy. All this information should therefore be taken with a grain of salt. The feature film is due in theaters on May 5, 2021.
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