Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: meeting with the cast

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: meeting with the cast

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

The wait for Doctor Strange's release in the Multiverse of Madness has finally come to an end. After witnessing the reckless spell with which the former Marvel Cinematic Universe Sorcerer Supreme tried to help Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home, the return to theaters for the new chapter of the MCU puts Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) in the face of the consequences of his error, giving birth to a series of events that will show in full the dangers of the multiverse. This and much more was discussed in the meeting of the cast of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness with the press, the perfect opportunity to steal some little background behind the new adventure of Strange.

Subscribe now to Disney + a € 8.99 per month or € 89.90 per year Obviously, the strict control imposed on the statements of the cast made sure that dangerous spoilers did not escape, thanks to the presence in the conference of the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, who sat in among the cast was a presence of a certain authority, as Elizabeth Olsen, the interpreter of Wanda Maximoff, aka Scalet Witch, ironically pointed out:

"Every time you ask me a question, I feel Kevin's gaze on of me!"

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: meeting with the cast of the new chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Despite the understandable desire not to leak details about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the Alchemy of the cast was one of the most interesting aspects of this meeting, in which the complicity and familiarity of the old members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe cast, such as Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen and Benedict Wong, was immediately extended to the young Xochitl Gomez, who in the new chapter of the MCU plays the new heroine of the group, America Chavez, who confessed to having initially felt the pressure of her role, considering that she is the only teen ager in an adventure in which there are adult heroes and with a mature tone for the topics.

"While I was working on Spider- Man, Kevin was already working on X-Men (Bryan Singer's X-Men, Ed). Compared to those years, the thing that has improved the most is the technology, not only in terms of production, but also in terms of communication with the crew. The best innovation for me was Zoom! There were times when we organized calls in which to face certain passages, analyzed the scenes and confronted each other. I was lucky enough to work with extraordinary actors, wonderful people who were strongly attached to their characters, really know them. And it will be seen in the way in which they manage to perceptibly change the way in which the different versions of the various protagonists portray "

The confirmation of this great harmony between performer and character has been confirmed by Michael Waldron, screenwriter of the film and already appreciated for his work in Loki. Waldron was keen to clarify how the screenplay was constantly revised, even a few hours before shooting, thanks also to the participation of Cumberbatch and colleagues, who, as profound connoisseurs of the characters, have never failed to raise objections and perplexities about the lawfulness of some actions. of your alter-egos.

“Interpreting more Strange was a fantastic self-therapy. Each alternative version represents a different choice, a reason to question whether the decisions made were right or not. In this film, Strange evolves from being an outsider to the role of leader. We wanted to work on the impact that the use of magic has on him, working on his personality. Strange discovers that he can work well in a group, even if he is not fully in control ”

Speaking of control, the presence of Elizabeth Olsen, aka Scarlet Witch, couldn't be ignored. After the events of Avengers: Endgame and WandaVision, her character has undergone a radical evolution compared to her previous appearances. A side of Wanda to which the actress has shown she is particularly attached is the growing awareness of herself and of her own power, seeing Wanda as a concrete figure, who has always had to face real issues.

Multiverse, responsibility and self-seeking

Her role in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, in fact, leads her to complete a progressive acceptance of herself and her role, which passes through a series of moments that, obviously, the 'actress avoided spoiling.

"The sad truth is that you will never be able to protect the secrecy of your films, so you have to work for the plot to work regardless of these. Our mission is to make the best film possible, but at the same time I believe that many are becoming really good at avoiding spoilers, sometimes those who manage to steal something before it goes out to the cinema, don't put it out because they know it could ruin. the experience of other spectators "

Considering the strong curiosity linked to the presence of excellent cameos, which have given rise to a large series of conjectures about possible excellent appearances, avoiding spoilers is more than ever preferable for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Folly. A risk that can be circumvented by going to the cinema from May 4th, when the doors of the multiverse of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be thrown open to us

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