With the release of Doctor Strange 2: Multiverse of Madness later this week, the world premiere happened on Monday and to some critical screenings. Keeping to tradition for most Marvel films, Multiverse of Madness will have two post-credit scenes. Until spoilers are announced by filmgoers, there is no information about what the scenes are about.
Multiverse of Madness will be about the complex concept of multiverses that we learned throughout Spider-Man: No Way Home and Loki. This film could set the stage for what is next in the Marvel cinematic universe.
The director Sam Raimi is returning to Marvel movies after 15 years. Raimi is most known for directing and bringing to life Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man trilogy. Danny Elfman, who has worked with Raimi in the past (on Spider-Man), has been brought back to score Doctor Strange 2.
“I need Danny Elfman by my side,” Raimi said in an interview with Brandon Davis who works for ComicBook.com. “He’s like my long lost brother, and he’s really a storyteller. He helps me tell the story with his music, but it was wonderful. He loved the Doctor Strange theme and incorporated it into his musical score which was so funny for me because that composer (Michael Giacchino) incorporated some of Danny’s pieces into Spider-Man: No Way Home.”
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be in theaters this Friday.
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