screenwriter Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness Michael Waldron returns to talk about the movie, and answers one of the questions many are now asking: Why didn’t we see so many X-Men in the movie, despite the possibilities offered by the multiverse?
Complete the press tour of Marvel sequel starring Benedict Cumberbatchas well Box office success for Doctor Strange in the multiverse of MadnessThere is no shortage of questions asked by the film’s screenwriter Michael Waldron called to respond.
And if there’s been talk in the past few hours Fan service in Doctor Strange 2Now we ask ourselves a little bit the opposite, so to speak… Why haven’t we seen X-Men members other than Professor X?
“Yes, we talked about House of M, and there are plenty of examples of Wanda doing unworthy work to get her kids back. But in the end, the story didn’t need mutations to be effectiveI guess that’s how we envisioned itWaldron explained.
“and you know, Even for the timeline speech within the MCU, this doesn’t seem like the right time to introduce them, also because then everything will revolve around mutants. This was a movie about Wanda and her pain, and her descent into the dark“He is done.
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