Michael Waldron Teases Stephen Strange's Marvel Cinematic Universe Future in Doctor Strange 2

Michael Waldron Teases Stephen Strange's Marvel Cinematic Universe Future in Doctor Strange 2

When Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) opened the portal to the multiverse in It opened a can of worms for the Marvel Cinematic Universe that expanded to the current canon that was explored in several projects. Other projects, like three recent Disney+ series in, and the animated. The streak of multiverse-tied television series was broken with. Speaking with Comicbook.com, and writer Michael Waldron raised the price that Stephen will continue to pay. The following contains important spoilers.

''Oh my God, things ended up bad in the end,'' says Wong, adding that the bill would come due. ''You used the Darkhold to possess your own corpse,'' says Waldron. ''It was a little bit of a throwback to [Raimi''s] old ''Evil Dead,'' and that groaner of an ending, or it''s just like, ''Oh my God, things ended up bad in the end,'' says the author. "

Strange gets a hold of another Darkhold and is able to learn about Wanda''s dreamwalking abilities while using his own mirror to confront him in the main 616 universe. Waldron believes that he is probably more capable than ever to be an anchor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There is also a reason why he is absent from the movie.

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