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On Monday, Marvel Studios released an awesome IMAX 3D Sneak Peek of Doctor Strange! A few special screenings even got cool guests from the Marvel Universe:
In celebration Marvel gave us this special look at the “Universes Within” Doctor Strange.
I think we can all say we’re ready for Benedict Cumberbatch to take on the role of Steven Strange. And we’ve come a long way from two years ago when people were begging Marvel to cast anyone but the Sherlock star.
My Marvel fanboyism will be severely tested if Marvel casts Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Strange.
— arman güvenç (@armanguvenc) July 11, 2014
dear @Marvel there’s still time say no to benedict cumberbatch as doctor strange
— poe-gurt (@celestialintent) July 11, 2014
Absolutely dying to watch this!!!
— Natalia Cordova (@YOSOYCORDOVA) October 8, 2016
What do you need to know about Doctor Strange and how it fits into the MCU? The movie is a stand-alone right now. And while I haven’t seen it, I’m fairly certain you don’t need to have seen any other MCU movie to understand where it fits in. (But why are you reading this post about an MCU movie if you haven’t seen any other MCU movie??)
What we do know thanks to stealthy sleuthers and fans with really high powered zoom in skills is that Thor goes looking for Dr. Strange in next year’s Marvel installment Thor: Ragnarok. Twitter user @daley_Pearson was on set and took some BTS images from filming, including one of Chris Hemsworth holding a piece of paper, and when zoomed in you see: 177A Bleeker St. Now, is the image legit? I only ask because Daley was seen about a month ago in this funny short.
— DaleyPearson (@Daley_Pearson) August 22, 2016
We can be certain that it is no 221 B Baker Street but I’m told the Doctor’s Bleeker Street abode has something in common with another BBC Doctor. Dr. Strange has his Sanctum Sanctorum there and from what I’m told, it’s “bigger on the inside.”
Another Thor tie in? Only keen eyed Marvel fans would have noticed something in the first Thor film. I didn’t know it was there until after some adept Googling and a tip from Lorena’s post that said the Eye of Agamotto was seen in Odin’s vault. The Eye is dimensionally linked to the Orb of Agamotto, which happens to be in Dr. Strange’s necklace. I’m sure we’ll understand more about what it does soon. And why Thor is in New York looking for the good doctor?
Tickets for Doctor Strange are now available at Fandango.com. Doctor Strange is in theaters November 4 in 3D, RealD 3D and IMAX 3D!