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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Features Sam Raimi’s Trademark Easter Egg

potential spoiler for Doctor Strange 2 Pursuance, Filmmaker Sam Raimi has a lot of trademarks that appear in most or all of his films. Wild camera movement, excessive Three Stooges references, a cameo by Bruce Campbell, and a surprise appearance by a 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88. Raimi’s Most Recent Film, a Sequel to the Hit Marvel Studios Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It features all four of those things, including the car, which Raimi affectionately refers to as “The Classic.” You can find the car halfway through the film when Doctor Strange and Christine Palmer enter an alternate Earth that has been largely destroyed by an intrusion, as they spin around the classic, seen floating in the air. can go.

The classic has appeared in almost all of Raimi’s feature films, each including eval dead movie, trio Spider Man films directed by him, his 2009 film drag me to Helland also in 2013 oz The Great and Powerful, “After about 25 Super 8 movies and Evil Dead, I realized this was the only car I ever had in my movies, and I kept going,” Raimi previously told Sir, “This is Uncle Ben’s car in the Spider-Man movies. Unfortunately, it got car-jacked in the first one. He died for it. I feel terrible. Peter takes it back, though. It’s his.” At aunt’s house, she is fighting. Even the TV series Ash vs Evil Dead used The Classic, they even produced a full BTS feature about it.

“The Delta 88 is a 455 V8, a very powerful Detroit engine. Sam fell in love with that car and didn’t let it go,” Raimi’s frequent collaborator and Evil Dead creator Bob Tapert said in the video. “When Sam went to Michigan State University, where I met him, his father gave him a Delta 88. Sam and I drove in that car from the shooting of Evil Dead in Tennessee to Michigan in January 1980, and we were almost up. 72 hours and that car saved our lives. We slept while driving. We would get off and the car would go away (the rumble), and we’d be like, ‘Ugh!’ And get back on the road.”

Tappert continued, “We’ve probably gone through 100 Delta 88s through all of Sam’s movies, but we still have the classic, original.” You can see it for yourself in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is playing in theaters now.

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