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Doctor Strange 2 May Still Be On Track To Film In June

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Doctor Strange 2 May Still Be On Track To Film In June
JAKE ABBATETHURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2020
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Doctor Strange 2 May Still Be On Track To Film In June
Almost every movie and TV production has shut down because of the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus. Although some countries are claiming to have the virus contained, other nations are sticking to social distancing until it’s safe for life to get back to normal. But it sounds like Disney and Marvel, are hoping that happens by the start of summer.

A new report from Variety offers updates on a few major Hollywood productions, including Marvel’s next big-screen releases. The studio recently suspended filming on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and postponed Black Widow’s theatrical debut. However, it hasn’t been clear how the pandemic is affecting Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which Variety describes as “the biggest film in pre-production that has yet to move its start date.” As it turns out, the producers are hoping it won’t have to move its start date at all. Variety’s sources revealed that the sequel is still on track to begin principal photography in June. In the meantime, the creative powers-that-be are proceeding with pre-production “remotely.”

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June is less than three months away, but it seems like Marvel has quite a bit to accomplish before then. It’s still unknown if Sam Raimi has officially signed on to replace Scott Derrickson as the sequel’s director. There’s also the matter of the script, which Loki showrunner Michael Waldron was recently hired to rewrite.

The report also mentions other upcoming tentpoles, including Warner Bros.’ The Batman and The Matrix 4. Apparently, there’s an “outside chance” that those films won’t have to delay their 2021 release dates, since they’ve both completed a substantial amount of filming. But unfortunately, it’s “more likely” that they will be pushed back.

What do you make of these latest updates about upcoming comic book films? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

Recommended Reading: Doctor Strange Vol. 1: The Way of the Weird

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Bruce Campbell Wants a Role in Doctor Strange 2
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Bruce Campbell Wants a Role in Doctor Strange 2
After months of rumors, Sam Raimi has seeming confirmed that he will direct Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This will be Raimi’s first Marvel movie since he revitalized the superhero genre in the original Spider-Man trilogy. However, Raimi’s longtime friend and frequent collaborator, Bruce Campbell, is already lobbying for his own part in the movie.

Responding to a tweet announcing Raimi’s involvement with the Doctor Strange sequel, Campbell volunteered himself to play the film’s villain. You can check out what he had to say below.


Huh. Surely, there must be SOME character to challenge the good Doctor… https://t.co/1ZTpfoE3te

— Bruce Campbell (@GroovyBruce) April 15, 2020

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Raimi and Campbell met in high school and launched their filmmaking careers in 1977 with It’s Murder!, a film shot on Super 8. Their best known collaboration is the Evil Dead franchise, which spawned four films and a TV series. Cambell also memorably had three different cameos in each of Raimi’s Spider-Man movies. It was rumored for years that Campbell was supposed to play Mysterio in Raimi’s unmade Spider-Man 4.  But Campbell quashed those rumors during an interview with CinemaBlend in 2019.

Marvel still hasn’t revealed who will menace Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange in the upcoming sequel. But even if Campbell doesn’t fill this role, a cameo does seem likely. Campbell has also made brief appearances in other Raimi features like Darkman and Oz, the Great and Powerful.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will open in theaters on November 5, 2021.

Can you picture Bruce Cambpell playing the movie’s villain? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

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