The Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently multiverse crazy. Over on Disney Plus, Loki and Sylvie went against He Who Remains wishes and caused the merging of timelines, while in Wandavision- Scarlet Witch possessed by the darkhold seems ready to take a trip across the unknown universe to play a galaxy wide game of hide and go seek for her kids, the young Avengers Speed and Wiccan.
Sam Raimi and Benedict Cumberbatch just finished a rigorous six weeks of reshoots on Doctor Strange: Multiverse Of Madness to reportedly add in a whole slew of cameos. Leaks suggest that some of the craziest ones can’t even be theorized- but gosh darn it we will try!
For starters there is going to be The Illuminati- not Beyonce and Jay-Z but the team featured in Earth 616 responsible for keeping peace in that universe. The word on the street is that these roles will actually be performed by those who played them outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That means the Foxverse X-Men and Fantastic Four officially become canon like the Sonyverse became canon through Spider-Man No Way Home.
Another surprising already confirmed addition to the film is What-If’s Supreme Strange making a cameo as a variant good Doctor which blows the door wide open for other animated characters to show up and crossover into live action like the long awaited return of Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter. This even extends to crazier cameos like a Michael B Jordan Black Panther and maybe even the Marvel Zombies? Although you need some sort of Army Of Darkness to fight those guys off. That being said this is a Raimi movie, an Ash Williams cameo isn’t all that crazy.
0:00 – Intro
0:43 – Professor Xavier
2:14 – Black Panther
3:13 – Iron Man
3:55 – Mr Fantastic
5:15 – Black Bolt and Namor
5:54 – The Time Variance Authority
6:35 – The Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man
7:15 – Bruce Campbell
8:06 – Ghost Rider
8:39 – Captain Cater
9:15 – Quicksilver
9:44 – Deadpool
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