Published: Fri, January 03, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kevin Feige clarifies horror tone in 'Doctor Strange' sequel

Kevin Feige clarifies horror tone in 'Doctor Strange' sequel

At that time, many suspected that the cancellation of the program effectively marked the end of Marvel television, and, of course, these suspicions were quickly confirmed when Marvel Entertainment hired Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige.

Details about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are now limited, although there is reportedly Marvel Studios' first real trip to the horror genre. And according to one mindblowing fan theory, Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness has actually already taken place because of this aforementioned timeline branching. Physician Unusual is a horror film in Physician Unusual within the Multiuniverse of the Insanity, when the director of Physician Unusual, Scott Derrickson, known as the sequel "the primary horror" Marvel.

The President of the MCU, Kevin Feige, has brought some elements of answers about this suite at the New York Film Academy: "I wouldn't say really that it is a horror film... but it will be a biggest movie of the MCU with sequences and repercussions that are scary".

Kevin Feige and Co. have announced the Phase 4 titles in three phases. No other casting announcements have been made since the project was announced at SDCC, but we do know that the film is slated to tie into the events of WandaVision on Disney+. He further explained, "I mean, there are horrifying sequences in Raiders that I as a little kid would [cover my eyes] when their faces melted".

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Many fans have also posited that the introduction of the multiverse could be the flawless way for Marvel to introduce the X-Men franchise to the Marvel Cinematic Universe so watch this space... By the way, these are the films that invented the PG-13 rating. Because we needed a certain ..., we wanted to make a certain type of film there, and there was a character that we always wanted to do something with that we think would fit in well. They were PG and then they said: "We need another [qualification]". "But scary in the service of an exhilarating emotion".

Good things come to those who wait and you'll have to wait until May 2021 to see Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. And we also know what movie it will be.

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