Few suits in the Marvel stable are more iconic than Doctor Strange, and Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige wanted to make sure it was as clear as this time around. In a press release distributed by Disney upon the film’s release, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Costume designer Graham Churchyard said he was instructed to do whatever it took to make the suit extraordinary.
“With this movie, Kevin [Feige] Doctor Strange wanted to upgrade his outfit. In all his previous outings, he had been in his disciple’s dress,” Churchyard said (via) direct) “Even though he had graduated and was now a master, in ‘Infinity’ and ‘Endgame’ he is wearing the disciple costume, so Kevin wanted to use the new movie as an opportunity to upgrade him so that He has been wearing the master’s outfit from the very beginning, which we have designed to give a very heroic and powerful silhouette.”
As you can see in the film, even the levitation cloak has been changed so that the collar stands up instead of lying in the cuffs as in all other forms of the character.
“There was a lot of discussion about the cloak, so I sketched several designs, but in the end we decided to stick with the same cloak as in the first film, which makes sense because it’s a relic that Doctor Strange had to offer.” Found, and therefore a very precious, irreplaceable item,” said the designer.
turns aside, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It is on pace to rake in a whopping $450 million at the box office this weekend. Of this, at least $185 million went to some 4,500 theaters domestically; Nearly a whole $100 million more than the film’s predecessor in 2016.
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