Doctor Strange has been a busy guy in the MCU, despite his only solo outing happening six years ago, a massive gap in the usually tightly scheduled coordination of these superhero stories. Still, even with the gap in his resume Strange has certainly not been absent from the movies as a whole, with major parts other outings to keep him growing and changing. With that said, it’s easy to see how Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness would have a lot of plates to keep spinning, serving not only as a sequel to Doctor Strange proper, but as a sequel to multiple Avengers movies and more recently, Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Thankfully, veteran superhero director Sam Raimi stepped up to the plate, and, despite some stumbling blocks, delivers a solid and unique Phase 4 movie–at least, for the most part. Multiverse of Madness sends Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) on a horror-flavored jaunt through the recently cracked open MCU multiverse alongside newcomer America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) who has the ability to hope between universes, much to the chagrin of some apparently demonic forces that would like to take her power for themselves. Also returning are Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), fresh off her traumatic experience in the Disney+ TV show, WandaVision, Karl Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) who hasn’t been around since Strange 1, Wong (Benedict Wong), the put upon Sorcerer Supreme, and Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams) Strange’s ex.
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