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The Doctor Strange movie scene ended Doctor Strange 2 in 2016

The Doctor Strange movie scene ended Doctor Strange 2 in 2016

How connected is the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Sometimes it seems that Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios are playing a chess game where the moves are being planned years in advance down to the smallest detail. Case in point: Marvel fans are… er, surprised at a scene from the first Doctor Strange film (2016) in which Stephen Strange gets a foreshadowing about his fate as a magician, who is actually Doctor Strange. I actually happened. Madness’s daughter-in-law! Take a look for yourself!

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(Photo: Marvel Studios)

When Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) visits the Kamar-Taj for the first time since injuring his crippled arm, he gets a crash course in magic and mysticism, courtesy of The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton). Arrogant Strange doesn’t believe in any of the mysticism and cult-like trappings of the waist-crown—until The Ancient One gives him a piece of advice and pokes a thumb on Stefan’s forehead, giving him a subtle swirl through the fabric. Ride on destroys reality. It was a good sequence that helped Marvel and director Scott Derrickson establish the visual language of Marvel mysticism (and the larger cosmic planes it touches on) — but now, looking back, it looks like it’s more than that.

The “Third Eye” is a staple of many Eastern cultures and religions – so it is certainly debatable whether Doctor Strange (2016) included that line as a specific foreshadowing by The Ancient One or Stephen Strange’s. Had included a general piece of advice on how to open your mind. And in view of the wider possibilities and concepts he had allowed earlier.

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Again, by now we know enough about the Marvel Studios process that the studio plans to at least loosely structure character arcs and trajectories for franchise projects. and, judging by what happens during the end of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Also in the scene after the credits, it’s equally believable to think that Feige and co. Planned things from the beginning. Closing off casting like Charlize Theron as Klee, and setting Doctor Strange 3 to follow her and Third Eye Strange in The Dark Dimension certainly feels like chess that was already being played three moves. , No?

There are also a lot of correlations that make it seem more of a coincidence. The Ancient One featured wisdom and vision that spanned both time periods and time frames – particularly where Stephen Strange is concerned (see: Avengers: Endgame). The ancient man also had a “Third Eye” – a demonic scar between his eyes as a result of drawing his power from the Dark Dimension. Strange’s third eye seems pretty full-circle from the Darkhold effect, with its setup forcing Strange to resonate the Ancient One in an attempt to do good with the dark power — and all the potential compromise that it brings.

It would also be nice if we got to see Stephen Strange’s first piece of advice from The Ancient One, which ultimately delivers him at the climax of his solo film trilogy.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Now in cinemas.

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