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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Finally Adds SPOILER to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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We are talking about full spoiler Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness below, Cameos are expected in almost every Marvel Studios movie and meet some new ones. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness In fact already revealed in the trailers, there was a couple that was kept secret and took fans by surprise. While we all knew The Illuminati would be present in the film, the last seat at that table was the one a fan had been waiting for centuries, and the world’s smartest man, Reed Richards, leader of the Fantastic Four. To top it all, he is played by none other than John Krasinski, who is a fan favorite.

Krasinski as Reed only has a few scenes in the film, but introduces some key Marvel Comics words into the MCU lexicon by revealing the concept of intrusion to Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange. It’s a major piece of Jonathan Hickman’s run on the New Avengers, something that is at least straight into Secret Wars, but also something that Reed does within the pages of Marvel Comics. Reed is present for a few dialogue exchanges with Strange and then in another where he encounters Wanda Maximoff. In this scene he refers to something larger, such as his wife Sue Storm and their two children, Franklin and Valeria Richards, on this earth (named 838). Sadly, we only get to see her doing a little big stretching before turning Wanda into spaghetti and banging her head like a bottle of champagne.

Will John Krasinski Play Reed Richards in MCU Fantastic Four Movie?

We don’t know, and apparently the casting of the entire lightsaber on Earth-838 reflects the forms of these characters who are completely different from those in the MCU’s Earth-616 (main universe). The use of Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier, Anson Mount as Black Bolt, and John Krasinski as Reed Richards, comes from fan desires more than anything; While 838’s use of Lashana Lynch’s Maria Rambeau as Captain Marvel and Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter as “Captain Carter” in 838, we have a direct flip to those characters on Earth-616.

As we know, the argument that Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers was Captain America and Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers is Captain Marvel could be very different from the argument that MCU’s Professor X, Black Bolt, and Mr. Fantastic. Even Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Karl Mordo, the only actor playing the same character on Earth-838 as he does in Earth-616, is the wizard supreme of that world, and in fact his MCU version. are on a different alignment in comparison.

Here’s what we know about the Fantastic Four in the MCU:

Marvel Studios is developing a version of Marvel’s first family for the big screen, but it recently suffered a setback as director Jon Watts walked away from the project. No official release date has been announced, and the fact that no official details on John Krasinski’s potential MCU future have been reported anywhere makes it seem like he’s not the MCU’s Reed Richards. Things may have changed naturally, but right now it seems that The Office star’s appearance as the leader of the Fantastic Four was a one-time lie. That said, the Fantastic Four, X-Men and Inhumans have all now entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The sad part is that none of them made it out alive.

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