Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is bursting with cameos.
The Multiverse of Madness is almost upon us as we prepare for one of the biggest events in the MCU. A new age is impending and the long awaited Doctor Strange sequel will mark the beginning of a new chapter. Phase 4 of the MCU is in full swing as parade of blockbusters are yet to arrive, bringing a plethora of new characters and even returning some of the beloved old ones.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has probably been the most highly anticipated and awaited film of Phase Four ever since it was announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. The film has been shrouded in mystery since Day 1. Even though the trailers seemed to show us a lot, they actually ended up telling us nothing. Plot details are not clear and that helps build even more hype around the film. With an array of cameos from old faces and introduction of various new characters makes this movie all the more exciting.
When the official trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness dropped during Super Bowl LVI, it featured a very familiar voice. The voice, along with a bald head, belonged to none other than Professor Charles Xavier. With the words, ” We should tell him the truth”, Patrick Stewart lit up the Marvel fan base. Now, a new ScreenX version of the trailer gives us a better look at telepathic superhero.
Professor X Wheelchair Revealed
In a new ScreenX promo for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Professor X is shown in a yellow hoverchair looking at Doctor Strange. See the image below:
Charles seems to be featuring the yellow wheelchair from the comics and cartoons, distancing itself from the Fox X-Men films. Just hearing Patrick Stewart’s voice was so exciting. When he finally shows up in the theaters, expect one of the biggest cheers in cinematic history. His addition as part of the Illuminati is definitely a point of intrigue. It has fans theorizing what part he has to play in the film.
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