Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Balder came closer to featuring in The Brave than we might have thought, as Daniel Craig was suspected of being the frontrunner for the role. To join the Phase Zero podcast on Wednesday, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Costume designer Graham Churchyard opened up about his work on the film, including work that audiences didn’t get a chance to see. As it turns out, Balder came so close to being featured in The Brave Unique The sequel is that Churchyard began work on the costume at one point.
“We designed Balder the Brave for a very long time and then we waited, and waited, and waited on the casting,” Churchyard said. “I took it to a prototyping stage, we were in that design thing, getting clothes and ideas together and waiting for an actor. Poor brave brave man, he almost made Thor 1 more Thor 2And Thor 3, if I may make it simple. Then, it’s just like, ‘Yay! He’s going to show up!’ poor man. I’ve Seen The Archive Book Of Marvel’s Balder’s Helmet Going Back To Kenneth Branagh AlthoughR. So, he has been waiting for a long time and I don’t think he will be seen anytime soon.”
Ultimately, the pandemic that began in 2020 changed production plans for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and resulted in several changes to the film. saw one of the changes Spider-Man: No Way Home before release Unique The sequel despite originally being planned for a later release. Benedict Cumberbatch appeared as Marvel’s magician in both films, so Churchyard had the opportunity to be reunited with Spider-Man actor Tom Holland, while also appearing in Cumberbatch’s Strange Suit for both films.
“We were in Doctor Strange, We were already shooting and it was like, ‘Yeah, Tom Holland is coming next week. They are all coming. Not next week, next week. They’re going to have this scene with Spider-Man in the sanctum meeting Doctor Strange,” Churchyard recalled. “Everything, I don’t know how, it flipped. It was related to a lot of things that I can’t really tell you because I don’t know.”
Those changes are also called Doctor StrangeKey Illuminati will be filmed in the United States rather than in the United Kingdom, where the scene in the sanctum with Holland’s Peter Parker no way home and the rest variety of madness brought to life.
“There was a travel ban because of this stupid thing called COVID and I was unable to go to the States,” Churchyard explained. “I live on the south coast here in the UK. Basically, it got to a point where they … they had a few more characters that were back in the design phase in the UK like Balder the Brave and because Oops just the way that we couldn’t get a lot of these actors in reverse due to travel restrictions and constraints… we couldn’t get Patrick Stewart to shoot at the same time as Hayley Atwell. Hayley Atwell was in M: I 7 and other things. So, this kind of dream of bringing the Illuminati into the same room at the same time didn’t happen in London. It happened over a period of six months in LA which is an extraordinary thing. It’s like, Illuminati, when I get those pages, it’s exactly like, ‘It’s like a whole movie in itself because it can expand just so much.'”
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