In addition to References to the Illuminati And all those little quotes from his previous films, Sam Raimi managed to contain Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness One of his oldest brands as an Easter egg over the course of the movie that you probably missed. Find out what it is!
The latest movie with Doctor Strange is full of references to previous Sam Raimi movies, from the horrific Evil Dead saga to the Spider-Man trilogy with Tobey Maguire, not to mention a massive imprint of its graphic visuals. If you’ve escaped, Raimi has managed to include one of the oldest Easter eggs in the Marvel Studios-directed movie as well, That 88 Oldsmobile Deltathe car that made its debut in its first movie, the homeIn 1981, the director revived it in many of his subsequent works.
specifically from Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madnessAnd The car is visible in the third act of the movie When Strange and Christine Palmer actually end up being completely wiped out by a raid (the car can be admired floating in the air).
Previously, the old Oldsmobile Delta 88 was shaped like Uncle Ben’s car in Spider-Manand you can also see it in other Raimi movies like Dark man, gift, drag me to hell uni The mighty and mighty Oz. So it was inevitable (even if not obvious) that she would make her debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Among other things Elements of Remy Cinema Danny Elfman’s trusted music also returns in the Marvel movie; Al-Rimi said he totally wanted it Elfman for the music of Doctor Gharib 2 Michael Giacchino’s place.
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