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Marvel Star Rachel McAdams Talks Christine Palmer’s MCU Future After Doctor Strange

Marvel Star Rachel McAdams Talks Christine Palmer's MCU Future After Doctor Strange

Warning: This story contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. “It was never going to work out between us,” Dr. Christine Palmer tells ex-boyfriend-turned-superhero magician Stephen Strange Doctor Strange 2, “Because, Stephen, you should always be the one with the knife.” Though the romance between Christine (Rachel McAdams) and Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) isn’t destined to happen in this universe — or Any Universe – McAdams says the opening of the multiverse means endless possibilities for Christine Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Which ends with the introduction of a new leading lady for Strange: the sorceress Klee (Charlize Theron).

“I mean, it’s a great gig. So I wouldn’t mind going on with it,” said McAdams, who returned to the MCU for the first time since 2016. Doctor Strange In a voice role for Animated what if…?Told variety Christine after continuing Doctor Strange 2, “That’s the fun part. And I love that she’s gone in different directions now. And now that the multiverse is open, you know, anything can happen. The world is your oyster.”

Earth-616’s Christine is last seen marrying a man who Not there Stephen Strange, but McAdam doubles up to play a version, Christine of Earth-838: The Home Universe of the Illuminati, whose decision doomed a dreamwalking Stephen Strange (Cumberbatch) to die on the planet Titan. Although 616 is indicative of a connection between Strange and 838 Christine, the risk of an intrusion – a collision between two universes that destroys them both – means that each counterpart must live in their own realities.

in a previous interview with IndieWireMcAdams reveals she was playing in the original plans three Christine follows Strange and America Chavez (Xochital Gomez) across the multiverse when the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen).

“It changed a bit from what I was originally told, [which was] That it will be three different versions, and we end up with two different versions in the end.” a notebook Star said. “But he said that I would play a very different version of Christine Palmer that I played in the first film, that I was not an emergency room doctor, just a completely different person with a completely different life experience.”

Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochital Gomez with Michael Stuhlberg, and Rachel McAdams, Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Now playing in cinemas only.

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