Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Making its way into theaters this past weekend, Marvel takes the events of the Cinematic Universe into a surprising new territory. As the title suggests, the film eventually opens the door in terms of introducing the Marvel Multiverse, and uses that storytelling trope to introduce elements that fans have long wanted to see onscreen, narrative. From concepts to character cameos. This was especially the case with The Illuminati’s reprise of the film, which not only included the return of Patrick Stewart as Professor X and Anson Mount as Black Bolt, but eventually canonized John Krasinski as Reed Richards. After which fans wanted him to play the character. , while talking to comicbook.com about the movie, variety of madness Screenwriter Michael Waldron addressed whether there was any pressure to balance that “fan service” with what the film’s story really needed.
“Of course, I think so,” Waldron revealed. “It’s easy to be seduced by cheap laughs, cheap cheer, whatever. But never Marvel or Sam [Raimi] were interested in. It was always about what’s right for the story, what’s right for Steven Strange, what’s right for Wanda. It was never really about fan service. It was like, ‘If these Illuminati characters are here, they should be here because that’s what Illuminati has in the comics, and he’ll actually be in the Illuminati.’ He was our North Star.”
Waldron also talked about the challenges of condensing the comic multiverse — which can be incredibly complex in particular stories — into one two-hour film.
“You don’t want to overwhelm the audience,” Waldron explained. “It could easily be bogged down under all of that. Aside from the multiverse, it’s a continuation of Wanda’s story. It’s a continuation of Steven’s story. It’s not a show like that.” bottle gourd, where we really had time to live in these moments and explain them and slow down our interpretation of all these things. We had to move fast. It’s about keeping it focused on the character and trying to find the heart of it. The path we took, I thought the most interesting version of a multiverse story would be to really invest completely in the reality of an alternate universe – go there, really feel like it was a real place, with real stakes and real There were characters and history and everything. the opposite of what we did rick and morty, which is more ‘you hop from universe to universe’, and it feels a bit more fast-paced and comical. We wanted to feel like the multiverse and the MCU, these are real places. That’s what we tried to present on screen.”
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Now playing in cinemas.
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