After months of speculation, Sam Raimi finally confirmed that he was directing the second Doctor Strange standalone MCU movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. He did so in a conversation with ComingSoon.Continue reading Sam Raimi Directing Dr. Strange 2
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Marvel Studios announced at San Diego Comic-Con that Benedict Cumberbatch will return for a second Doctor Strange movie, Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness. Scott Derrickson will return to direct, and Elizabeth Olsen will reprise her MCU role of Scarlet Witch.Continue reading Tennant Being Eyed For Doctor Strange 2?
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Doctor Strange has hit the cinemas by storm across the globe. Train and Seth return to talk the movie, but also give an in-depth look at the comic history of Stephen Strange. You can listen to the show above and below.
Strange first appeared in the anthology series Strange Tales in 1963, before taking over the title entirely a few years later. While he may not be the most popular character, he has grown to be one of the most influential ones on the entire Marvel Universe. Train, a lifelong fan, talks much of the history and the diverse characters in Strange’s lore.
In current news, Seth goes over the impressive numbers the feature film has taken in. At the time of recording the movie had grossed $85 million dollars domestically, and $240 million internationally. Which totals $325 million in one weekend. It’s also the 14th straight #1 opening for a MCU title.
The second half of the show is devited to a detailed (that means SPOILERS!) review of the movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, and Mads Mikkelson. If you missed some of the Easter Eggs, or if something in the movie might not have made sense at first viewing, Set and Train have you covered.
All this and more in a landmark 150th episode of Geekville Radio!