Doctor Strange 2: Benedict Cumberbatch & Elizabeth Olsen Returning, 2021 Release Date & Updates

For Now, we’re accepting that the sequel stays in its unique release date of May 7, 2021, making it the fourth film of Phase 4. However, with Derrickson’s flight, it’s indistinct if that will prompt delays.

Cumberbatch’s co-star Benedict Wong had recently said that he accepts the film will begin starting in 2020 and, as indicated by Variety, the arrangement is still to begin creation in May 2020.

Derrickson stays on board as an official maker, and he composed on Twitter: “Wonder, and I have commonly consented to go separate ways on Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness because of imaginative contrasts. I am appreciative of our collaborations and will stay on as EP.”He had recently shared his frustration at planned release dates, considering them the “enemy of art.”

Be that as it may, not free, Sam Raimi is accounted for to be taking over from Derrickson to coordinate Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

There’s just been one Benedict confirmed for the continuation up until now. However, we’d be astounded if Benedict Wong weren’t back also, particularly as he’s been looking at filming.

In the most charming declaration at Comic-Con, Elizabeth Olsen will show up in the film as Scarlet Witch, some portion of the sequel’s immediate connections to the Disney+ show WandaVision.

That is about to the extent we know for the affirmed cast, yet we’d likewise expect Chiwetel Ejiofor to turn up, regardless of whether Mordo isn’t the principal adversary of the film.

The fundamental hypotheses are that either he will return as a hesitant partner of Doctor Strange, or he’ll be an optional opponent to Nightmare, as almost superhuman films have numerous baddies.

Talking about Nightmare, there had been bits of gossip flowing that Eva Green was to be given a role as the miscreant. However, the on-screen character ran that expression: “Me? No! Not excessively, I am aware of. Not in the slightest degree.”

Many assumed Rachel McAdams would almost certainly be back as Strange’s sort-of love-interest Christine Palmer, yet reports currently guarantee she won’t reprise the job.

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