Bruce Campbell shares the joke script page from the sequel to Doctor Strange
As if the 62-year-old legendary actor teasing his involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel earlier this month wasn’t enough, Bruce Campbell took to Twitter to share a script page of the highly anticipated Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness This suggests he is emerging as fans’ favorite horror icon, Ash Williams The bad death Franchise. Though it is very likely that Campbell will be in the film in some way due to his friendship and longstanding collaboration with director Sam Raimi and Cameos in Raimi’s previous superhero endeavors Dark man and the Spider Man Trilogy, some calendar-eyed fans pointed out that it’s actually April 1st, aka April Fool’s Day, and the actor fooled some fans last year with a fake poster for a sequel to the series The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. at Netflix.
Given the current date, a number of grammatical errors, and even page number 69, it seems highly unlikely that it was a real page from the script – especially since Campbell and Raimi would have big problems with the House of Mouse – but if so, It turns out that long-time fans of the duo and the horror genre will definitely get their money’s worth!
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– Bruce Campbell (@GroovyBruce) April 1, 2021
Continuation of the Disney + story WandaVision and Loki and in that run by Tom Holland Spider-Man: No way homein which Benedict Cumberbatch will return as Sorcerer Supreme, Multiverse of madnessThe details of the plot are kept under wraps, but the Dr. Stephen Strange will be forced to retire from his research on the Time Stone as he faces a friend who has become an enemy and accidentally causes an unspeakable evil.
The MCU’s sequel was originally intended to bring Scott Derrickson back to the director’s chair while Jade Bartlett wrote the script, although Derrickson left due to creative differences and Raimi signed up to direct Loki The chief author Michael Waldron has also signed up for the rewrite.
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Alongside Cumberbatch, the film will see the return of Rachel McAdams (Sherlock Holmes) as Dr. Christine Palmer, Chiwetel Ejiofor (The Lion King) as Karl Mordo and Benedict Wong (Raya and the last dragon) as Wong, with Elizabeth Olsen her roles as Wanda Maximoff, also known as The Scarlett Witch, and Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez, known in the comics as Miss America, and as the first Latin American LGBTQ + character to appear in an ongoing series the Main role plays, plays again.
Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness should be in theaters on March 25, 2022.
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The first Doctor Strange was released in 2016 with Cumberbatch in the title role alongside Ejiofor as Mordo, McAdams as Christine, Wong as Wong, Mads Mikkelsen as villain Kaecilius and Tilda Swinton as the old man, whose origins were instead of Celtic origin for the film, the East Asian origins of the comics.