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Every character in Doctor Strange 2 was cut from the final cut.

Doctor Strange 2 included a number of Multiversal Variants and appearances from previous Marvel-related projects and properties, and now, thanks to the publication of Multiverse of Madness, fans know that there was intended to be many more.
Now that Doctor Strange 2 will be available on Disney+ on June 22, here is a breakdown of every character that was considered for inclusion but did not make the final cut of Marvel’s Strange Multiversal sequel.

Despite being the next chapter in Steven Strange’s MCU tale, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has plenty of company along for the voyage. Along with Rachel McAdams’ Christine Palmer, Benedict Wong’s Wong, and Xochitl Gomez’s America Chavez, the former Sorcerer Supreme shared the Doctor Strange 2 limelight with Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff, who just released her own solo effort, WandaVision.

With so many key characters and stories, some fans have pondered whether the sequel’s huge cast list really hindered it. It’s a question that will very certainly be rehashed in future rematches and retrospectives.

Doctor Strange 2 included a number of Multiversal Variants and appearances from previous Marvel-related projects and properties, and now, thanks to the publication of Multiverse of Madness, fans know that there was intended to be many more.

Now that Doctor Strange 2 will be available on Disney+ on June 22, here is a breakdown of every character that was considered for inclusion but did not make the final cut of Marvel’s Strange Multiversal sequel.


Marvel – Doctor Strange 2

Wong is not only the next Sorcerer Supreme, but he also has a larger part in Phase 4 of the MCU, where he plays a vital role in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. However, it now seems that Wong was planned for much greater screentime as a Variant of himself.

Marvel fans know that a Variant of Wong, known as Defender Wong, was going to join Doctor Strange and America Chavez to Earth-838, where Strange finally faces the Illuminati, according to concept art by designer Dean Sherriff.

While concept art is not usually proof of an actual plan, Defender Wong was featured on film merchandising, implying that his removal was a last-minute adjustment.

Variant 2 of Christine Palmer

Marvel – Doctor Strange 2

In comparison to 2016’s Doctor Strange, Rachel McAdams’ Christine Palmer has a lot more to do this time around. McAdams also portrayed a Variant of Christine on Earth-838, in addition to portraying Strange’s love interest who marries someone else on Earth-616.

And it is this aspect of the character that allows Steven to be vulnerable and eventually move on.

But, like Wong, it seems that the actress’s part in the sequel was going to be considerably greater.

According to McAdams, Marvel informed her that she would be portraying “three separate incarnations” of Christine Palmer, as opposed to the two seen by moviegoers in the completed film:

“It did deviate somewhat from what I was told initially, [which was] that there would be three distinct versions, and we ended up with two different versions in the end.” But they claimed I’d be portraying a totally different Christine Palmer from the previous picture, that I wasn’t an emergency department doctor, simply a very different person with a completely different life story.”

It’s unclear why Doctor Strange 2 only had two Christines rather of three, although it’s plausible that the third version was removed owing to an overly packed cast or the company replacing director Scott Derrickson with Sam Raimi.



Tom Hiddleston’s Loki was the most probable MCU figure to appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Loki on Disney+ served as a primer for the MCU Multiverse, exposing fans to Variants, timelines, He Who Remains, a Multiversal War, and other concepts.

Because Loki’s writer, Michael Waldron, also penned Multiverse of Madness, and Doctor Strange was venturing into the Multiverse, it only made logical that the God of Mischief (or his supporting cast) would appear in a post-credits scene.

But, unfortunately, Loki’s noble goal was not to emerge in Doctor Strange 2.

Nonetheless, there is indication that a Loki appearance was planned. In addition to The Hollywood Reporter saying that Loki will return in the Strange sequel, there were suspicions that Owen Wilson’s Morbius might make an appearance as well.

While the lack of screentime for Wong and Christine Palmer may be excused by the necessity to manage so many performers, the absence of Loki and/or Mobius seems like a wasted chance to integrate the MCU’s Multiversal plotlines and has actually contributed to further uncertainty.

Season 2 of Loki, perhaps, will address Strange and America Chavez’s Multiversal frolic and connect the connections in a manner that the film did not.

Balder the Bold


While Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati sequence had a number of unexpected (and leaked) appearances, there were plans for more members that were scrapped.

The seventh member of the Illuminati was meant to be Thor’s brother, Balder the Brave, portrayed by 007 himself, Daniel Craig.

Craig, who elected to withdraw out of the post because to COVID-19 instances in the UK, is reportedly responsible for the decision to remove Balder the Brave from Earth-838’s Illuminati. But if the James Bond star hadn’t pulled out, the debate and ideas around Thor: Love and Thunder might have been quite different.

The Ghost Rider


Ghost Rider was another member of the Illuminati who did not make it to the final edit.

Surprisingly, this member of Earth-838’s secret club was not just considered in concept art or early screenplay versions. According to an insider, Ghost Rider’s parts were truly recorded. It’s unclear if they’ll ever see the light of day, but it’s amazing to know that Ghost Rider existed in the MCU in another era.



The Illuminati nearly had another alternative member, this time from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On the film’s commentary track, writer Michael Waldron revealed that Hope Van Dyne’s Wasp was formerly a member of the Illuminati.

Evangeline Lilly’s character was also planned to battle Wanda, charging at the Scarlet Witch with full might. Wanda, on the other hand, released her anger by merely clapping her hands, leaving the tiny hero “smushed:”

“I believe the Wasp was initially in an Illuminati form, and the Wasp shrunk down and flew towards Wanda, and [Wanda] merely clapped her hands and smushed the Wasp in the first script.”
Wasp didn’t make it through the initial draft for unknown reasons, although it might have been owing to scheduling conflicts with bringing Lilly in for shooting. Alternatively, Marvel may not have wanted to use a hero so popular and central to the MCU as a punching bag in Multiverse of Madness. Perhaps the MCU will go to another reality at some time in the future, and Hope Van Dyne will finally be able to join the Illuminati.

Tony Stark, played by Tom Cruise


One of the most outlandish speculations surrounding Doctor Strange 2 was that a Superior Iron Man variant will be portrayed by another Maverick, Tom Cruise.

The hypothesis was based on Cruise being considered for the role of Tony Stark before Robert Downey Jr. was hired in 2008’s Iron Man. Given the utilization of timelines and Variants in Multiverse of Madness, the chance existed and would have elicited strong emotions from fans.

However, according to author Michael Waldron, the Tom Cruise claims were “completely made up.” But that’s not to say Waldron didn’t try. He really asked Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige if they could acquire Tom Cruise, but he didn’t “believe it was ever a possibility, because of availability,” to his knowledge.



Recent Wanda Maximoff-related productions have hinted to the X-impending Men’s arrival, although despite Doctor Strange 2’s early disclosure of Patrick Stewart’s Professor X, no other X-Men were included. However, this was not always the case.

According to rumours, Michael Fassbender’s Magneto, who debuted in X-Men: First Class in 2011, was intended to feature in Multiverse of Madness. His sequences, like those of Ghost Rider, were also shot.

It’s unclear why his character didn’t make the final cut, although it might be related to Marvel Studios’ planned plans for the X-Men property.



Director Scott Derrickson indicated interest in incorporating Nightmare, the king of the Nightmare Realm, in a possible sequel back in 2017, a year after the first Doctor Strange made its MCU premiere.

When Sam Raimi and Michael Waldron joined the project, it was agreed that, instead of Nightmare, Strange required a “multiversal enemy” for the film’s direction.

While Derickson was never able to film his Doctor Strange sequel, the theme of dreams did play a part in Raimi’s version of the picture. Not only did Multiverse of Madness prove that dreams exist in the Multiverse, but Wanda and Strange also “dream walked” into the bodies of their Variants.

Perhaps this is a story component left over from Derrickson’s initial Nightmare plans?



Fans anticipated Wanda to be the villain leading up to the release of Multiverse of Madness. They didn’t know why, when, or whether she’d be the only one.

When the film eventually came out, it was a little surprised that she was completely corrupted so early in the storyline. A deleted Doctor Strange 2 sequence, however, revealed that her heel change was going to be transmitted much sooner.

This deleted scene was originally the opening scene of Doctor Strange 2, and it had Wanda murdering Earth-616’s Baron Mordo from Doctor Strange, who was last seen in that film’s post-credits sequence going off on a homicidal mission that the MCU has yet to reprise.

Perhaps this very chilly opening was an effort to make good on the post-credits scene while also establishing Wanda as the major enemy of the Multiverse of Madness?

The fact that the picture moved in a different path is really a positive thing. Also enabled both spectators and Strange to be astonished by Wanda’s appearance in the orchard, and it allows Mordo to make a greater return than merely pretending to be murdered.

Was It Really Madness to Scrap These Marvel Characters?


Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ box office sales plummeted dramatically the following week after a $185 million launch and poor reviews, and it never achieved the heights of Spider-Man: No Way Home or Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

The Illuminati appearances, of course, garnered the greatest attention from the crowd, and it’s difficult to think that the response wouldn’t have been even better if Doctor Strange 2 had managed to obtain Daniel Craig as Balder the Brave and particularly Tom Cruise as Superior Iron Man.

However, the fact that they did not appear in the film was due to the actors’ and their schedules, not Marvel Studios.

The verdict on whether Marvel made the correct decision by removing the other appearances is as varied as the film’s reviews. For example, removing the extra Variant of Wong and Christine resulted in a tighter picture that centered more on Strange, Wanda, and America Chavez.

Also, although the Nightmare notion is intriguing and would have complemented the sequel’s horror tones, it makes sense that he wasn’t employed, given this is a Multiversal narrative.

Now, as for Michael Fassbender’s Magneto, that’s debatable, particularly given Marvel Studios has its own ambitions for the X-Men, and the same can be said about Ghost Rider. While it would have intrigued spectators, his lack of links to the MCU, along with an introduction that resulted in his being murdered instantly, would not have added anything to the tale or character.

However, having Tom Hiddleston’s Loki or the characters of his Disney+ series deleted from the picture is the most egregious squandered opportunity. In fact, it detracted from the MCU’s Multiversal storyline.

That program informed viewers about the Multiverse. The fact that a film dubbed Multiverse of Madness had no connection to the series prompted doubts about whether the MCU had a strategy for its Phase 4 plot.

Finally, Earth-616’s version of Mordo felt like a clear wasted opportunity, but the moment in which he is slain by Wanda wasn’t either.

Mordo and Strange are scheduled for a reunion as a result of the events of 2016’s Doctor Strange and its post-credits sequence. Having him dead or not employing him at all makes little sense given what has gone before.

It has to be seen if appearances are a benefit to the MCU or a growing issue, and it’s impossible to assess the employment of such a narrative element in Multiverse of Madness. After all, the majority of its appearances were introduced solely to be murdered off, confirming what spectators already knew: Wanda Maximoff was Doctor Strange 2’s villain.

However, now that the Multiverse has been explored on the big screen, there are more options for future appearances than ever before, and it’s feasible that some of the characters eliminated from Multiverse of Madness may be revisited in the future.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now available to watch on Disney+.


Everything we want to see in Deadpool 3

We all knew a third installment was coming after “Deadpool 2” who earned more than $786 million, where it currently ranks as the second highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time. However, the Walt Disney Company’s ground-breaking acquisition of 20th Century Fox put a wrench in the plans. While the idea of Marvel Studios reviving the “X-Men” property in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was incredibly exciting to fans, what did this mean for the clearly adult-skewing “Deadpool” series? Would Disney want the family-friendly MCU characters like Hulk, Thor, and Captain Marvel to coexist with Deadpool’s coarse language?

To the surprise of the fans, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige eventually confirmed that “Deadpool 3” was still a go and would stay R-rated. Hugh Jackman’s announcement that he would join Ryan Reynolds in 2022, returning to the character of Wolverine after adamantly declaring his retirement from the series with the 2017 picture “Logan,” was the truly astounding news, though.

But what else do we want to see from Jackman’s comeback as Wolverine in “Deadpool 3” now that he’s back in the claws fighting alongside Reynolds as Deadpool? Continue reading to see our list.

A True Team Up

Deadpool and Wolverine

Hugh Jackman returning to the role of Wolverine may have generated the same amount of excitement as Josh Brolin’s casting as Cable in “Deadpool 2” when it was initially announced. Although he earned positive reviews for his portrayal of the future cyborg warrior, some viewers might have been upset that Cable spent a large portion of the movie playing the antagonist. We’re hoping that the makers of “Deadpool 3” won’t be tempted to set the Merc with a Mouth against the veteran Canuckle-head, as they did with Wolverine, and will instead make the movie with a true team-up.

We don’t believe Wolverine will be Deadpool’s opponent because of the friendship between Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, but we do anticipate at least one battle scene between the two at some point in the movie. It will be entertaining to watch the two mutants with the fastest healing abilities slash and dice at one another, but if the movie is smart, it will quickly put an end to the rivalry and turn Wolverine and Deadpool into fast friends, reluctant allies, and a formidable duo deserving of Jackman’s return.

A proper team-up that allows us to witness the actors’ flawless on-screen chemistry might be what we want to see most from “Deadpool 3,” regardless of whether they adapt a well-liked storyline from the comics that saw the pair of X-Men join forces or create something brand-new for fans to get excited about.

An Avengers reunion


It’s now conceivable to see the participation of characters from the MCU because the third “Deadpool” movie is now produced by Walt Disney, which still feels strange to say. We are unsure if this means the story will take place in the “Avengers” universe or feature Deadpool traveling through several dimensions, but we are certain that there will be at least a few MCU cameos. But the “Avengers” band from the past, including Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow, should come together once more.

Despite the fact that all three of these characters have died in the MCU, we’re talking about “Deadpool,” a series where anything may happen and nothing needs to make sense. For “Deadpool 3,” the movie that persuaded Hugh Jackman to come out of retirement, we could see Chris Evans or Robert Downey Jr. donning a suit once more.

A reunion of “Avengers” stars feels like the perfect decision, whether it’s for a major action sequence or a blink-and-miss-it cameo like James McAvoy’s “X-Men” in “Deadpool 2,” and the opportunity for Wolverine to interact with them is the icing on the cake.

A comic-accurate costume for Wolverine

Wolverine costume

If there’s one trivial aspect, one gimmicky feature that we selfishly want to see for no other reason than its sheer coolness, it’s probably a comic-accurate suit for Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, and we probably speak for all fans when we say that. It’s amazing to imagine that despite playing the role for close to 20 years, Jackman never sported the iconic winged face mask or any attire that even somewhat matched his comic book persona.

Fans were teased with a potential yellow and black costume in a deleted clip from the 2013 sequel “The Wolverine” that was available on the home disc, which is the most inexplicably disregarded part of the maverick multi-clawed mutant. But since “Days of Future Past” and “Logan” both took place at distinct periods along the chronology, viewers were unable to see it in action because we never continued his story from that point.

Ryan Reynolds would undoubtedly play this as a joke and repeatedly tease a costume that never materializes, knowing full well that this is exactly what people want to see. But in the end, Reynolds, who is well known for his love of fans, finds it too tempting to include Wolvie in costume and knows it will be a popular moment. Although we can’t say for sure, we believe the filmmakers will likely succeed.

Wolverine vs. The Hulk

Wolverine and Hulk

Few characters have faced off in battles as epic as Wolverine and the Incredible Hulk, whose animosity dates back to Wolverine’s debut in “The Incredible Hulk” #181. Both characters had been on the big screen by the late 2000s, with Hugh Jackman making Wolverine famous and Mark Ruffalo took a part of Hulk role starting with the superhero team-up in “The Avengers” movie. Fans continue to fantasize about a confrontation between these two heroes, despite the fact that rights issues have prevented the figures from coming together.

But once Disney bought Fox, fans started to wonder if their fantasies may come true, with Jackman’s mutant finally clashing with Ruffalo’s monster. When Jackman reiterated his decision to leave the part in 2017 following the premiere of “Logan,” hopes looked shattered. We want to see the match-up take place, though, as it might be our last opportunity to watch the Hulk and Wolverine interact while these two actors are still playing the roles. Fortunately, the Australian actor changed his mind and is returning for “Deadpool 3.”

According to Mark Ruffalo’s statements on the Marvelist Podcast in 2018, if you inquire, it might be possible. “If Hugh is game, I’d love to work on something with him because I adore him, Ruffalo remarked. He has frequently made mockery of the Hulk and Wolverine.”

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Wolverine and Deadpool

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly is without a doubt the right choice if Ryan Reynolds and writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Rheese are looking to adapt a comic book plot in which Deadpool and Wolverine collaborate. The 2013 storyline, which bore the same name as the classic Clint Eastwood spaghetti western, appeared in “Deadpool” issues #15 through #19. It featured much of Deadpool’s trademark humor, and Wade Wilson asked Wolverine and Captain America for help in learning more about the Weapon X program.

Despite the fact that a film version would probably include Captain America (or perhaps not, given that Deadpool is part of the MCU), it would be simple to replace the Sentinel of Liberty with a figure like Colossus or even Cable. But given that it has been in numerous “X-Men” movies, the investigation into Weapon X may be a little stale even though it may be interesting. Instead, the spark that starts this story—a unknown villain being exposed for continually stealing Deadpool’s organs—is what we enjoy most about it.

The Weapon X plan may be a good way to bring the two characters together, but Reynolds might prefer a sickeningly twisted organ-theft plot in which Deadpool enlists the assistance of Wolverine.

Hints to the next X-Men

The X-Men

Fans went into a frenzy after the Walt Disney Company acquired 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios) in 2019, as they anticipated a revival of the “X-Men” movies and their universe within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, besides a few brief appearances in places like Madripoor in “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” we haven’t heard a peep from the realm of mutants in the MCU in years. In fact, given Marvel’s intentions for Phase 5 of the MCU and the fact that there are no “X-Men” movies scheduled until at least 2025, we might have to wait a while. But since we already know they’re on the way, why not tease a brand-new group of MCU mutants in “Deadpool 3” to whet our collective appetites?

Although it’s unlikely that Marvel Studios would cast their future new team for a one-off joke in the movie, we want to see a hint of what’s to come, whether it be a mention of Magneto being Wanda Maximoff’s father or a news report about the former Avengers headquarters becoming a school for talented children.



We will agree that this is a bit more of a long shot, but there has been chatter that She-Hulk may ultimately make her way to the big screen (per The Direct), so there is no reason why she couldn’t get a head start with an appearance in “Deadpool 3.” Jennifer Walters has a history of breaking the fourth wall; in her own series, she frequently turns to the camera and addresses the audience, a practice that precedes “Deadpool” in the comics. to witness them squabbling on the same screen about who will draw in the audience? That sounds like a formula for comic gold.

Her tongue-in-cheek humor would fit in perfectly with “Deadpool,” where a twerk or a “bruh” wouldn’t be out of place, even though some of the absurdity in her own series might not have been a success with viewers who wanted a more serious take on the character. Whatever your opinion of “She-Hulkjokes “‘s and digs, there’s no reason her kind of comedy couldn’t succeed in even a brief collaboration with the Merc with a Mouth. Additionally, Bruce’s cousin would be the ideal person to break up the Hulk/Wolverine battle because he can make fun of the overly macho lads for constantly seeking an excuse to fight.

No jokes about Logan


Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds are real-life friends, and because they previously appeared together in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” as their respective roles, there will be plenty of temptation to use “Deadpool 3” as an opportunity to make fun of one another. Wade Wilson will undoubtedly break the fourth wall to comment on Jackman breaking his pledge to also withdraw from the character of the brawny bub. But if it were up to us, we’d ask them to omit the jokes about the 2017 movie “Logan.”

However, “Logan” was such an elevation of the comic book film genre, with a serious and solemn tone, that it should be left aside and not utilized as the basis for ridicule. Don’t get us wrong; we’d love to see Jackman’s character as Wolverine — and the star himself — lampooned often. Furthermore, making their much-maligned flop “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” the brunt of jokes is a lot more amusing than doing the opposite. Reynolds has plenty of material to work with, including Wolverine’s shoddy CGI claws and the odd decision to sew Deadpool’s mouth shut.

A multiverse adventure

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Many fans had high hopes for a procession of prior movie guest stars before the release of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” with hopes of seeing non-MCU heroes like Nicolas Cage’s Ghost Rider or Wesley Snipes’ Blade back in action throughout the multiverse. There was even a brief discussion of updated Avengers, with speculations of Tom Cruise donning the Iron Man outfit (gossip that turned out to be entirely made up).

In the end, however, the movie only featured the Illuminati in one crucial scene, which disappointed many. However, cameos from characters from previous film universes would be the ideal trump card to play if “Deadpool” wants to properly embrace the oddity of falling under the Disney and MCU umbrellas. It’s true that we don’t want “Deadpool 3” to be overrun with cameos, but that doesn’t mean they can’t offer us a ton of them while still keeping the film’s main focus on a tight plot.

Since it can be played for laughs before moving on, this franchise is the best one to use one-off visits by a group of multiverse heroes.

Deadpool’s own supporting cast

X-Men and Deadpool

In addition to realizing the dreams of every fan, a cavalcade of cameos would also provide Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine the chance to appear alongside actors like Ioan Gruffudd’s Mr. Fantastic or even Ben Affleck’s Daredevil in one-scene jokes.

Hugh Jackman’s return as Wolverine for “Deadpool 3” has caused an explosion on the internet and in social media. Just as we are doing here, throngs of fans have been compiling wishlists of cameos and pairings in the hopes of seeing the X-Man return to the big screen with MCU mainstays like the Hulk, Iron Man, or Thor. However, we want to make sure that fans don’t forget that Deadpool already has a fantastic supporting cast in all the zeal over the extraordinary access the filmmakers have to any number of Marvel characters, from “The Avengers” to “The Fantastic Four” and “The Guardians of the Galaxy.”

Yes, with all the focus on Wolverine, let’s not forget the amazing characters from the first two movies who we would love to see return. That group consists of the cynical roommate Blind Al, the displeased cab driver Dopinder, the fortunate Domino, the steel-skinned Colossus, and the jaded Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Heck, we might even get to meet mutant Cable who travels across time and fire starter Rusty Collins.

A tease for Deadpool 4


Let’s face it: we want cameos, but only as long as the movie doesn’t veer off course and ignore audience favorites. Some fans might be concerned that having so many characters will hinder the movie, but Marvel has previously succeeded with big ensemble casts and even one or two standalone movies with a lot of guest stars. If they want to see how to do it properly, they may watch “Captain America: Civil War” or “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”

Why are we discussing a different sequel before “Deadpool 3” even comes out? Marvel Studios is known for planning their slates years, if not decades, in advance, so there is no reason why we can’t make similar assumptions. In this situation, we want to see a tease for a fourth installment in “Deadpool 3,” not just because it would be entertaining, but also because we want Marvel to immediately dispel the popular belief that the third installment will be the final one, the capstone on a fantastic trilogy.

In the end, “Deadpool” doesn’t really need to end after three movies, not while Reynolds still adores the character and has a passion for taking out bad guys and making jokes. We don’t think Marvel Studios would declare “three is enough,” especially not when they’re raking in billions at the box office, given that they’ve already made it obvious they’re happy to let “Deadpool” films continue alongside the MCU, even in an R-rated form.

Kevin Feige

Kevin Feige

If anything, Jackman’s involvement in the series may have given Reynolds and Marvel new life, preparing them for even more spin-offs or sequels starring Domino, Cable, and X-Force. We want to hear them say “Deadpool will return” in a post-credits statement if any of it is in the works.

No, we’re not joking, and sure, we’re referring to Kevin Feige, the head of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and president of Marvel Studios, who also serves as an executive producer. He needs to appear in “Deadpool 3.” You wonder, “How and why?” First of all, it’s about time the fans got an opportunity to show their support for the king of all things Marvel flicks. The ideal setting for that to occur is “Deadpool 3,” the first movie to solidly cross over the “X-Men” and MCU universes with a sense of fun.

Remember that Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel Comics, appeared in practically every major Marvel film. With Lee’s passing in 2018, perhaps Marvel can hand the reins over to Feige, the man who created the MCU. Without being aware of Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century, a movie that doesn’t simply break the fourth wall but bursts through it might have its star smashing down Feige’s door and demanding answers when he finds himself in the MCU. In fact, it may mix our desire for a hint at a “X-Men” revival with the studio head’s position during franchise preparation.

A future for Jackman’s Wolverine

Logan a.k.a. Wolverine

If Hugh Jackman has broken his promise to never portray Wolverine again, you must be thinking, “Surely, he’s only doing it for this one special film,” And you might be correct. Additionally, it is true that Jackman most likely won’t reprise his role as the MCU’s Wolverine and won’t continue to portray the character after Logan passed away in the 2017 swan song “Logan” (spoilers for a movie from a few years ago). However, we still believe that Jackman as Wolverine can be entertaining beyond “Deadpool 3,” and if he was persuaded to return once, he can be persuaded to return again — it just needs to be something exceptional.

How possibly is that? The response from fans to Wolverine’s comeback appears to indicate that viewers want to see him return for the monumental crossover movie “Secret Wars” from Marvel in 2025. The MCU adaptation seems to be setting up a multi-verse version of the plot, with the malevolent Kang assembling heroes and villains from several universes. The event in the comics involved almost every important Marvel character. However, it would be negligent for the movie to omit any significant mutations.

Jackman playing Wolverine again in that movie would help reflect the mutant side of Marvel and serve as the ideal cap for his final depiction of the character, especially because we might not have seen a “X-Men” movie by 2025. This one, is it likely? Most likely not. That won’t stop us from dreaming, though.

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Rumors About MCU Phase 5 and Phase 6: New MARVEL Characters And Dangeruose Monsters

The spooky season has here, and Marvel Studios is ready to take a part in the customary celebrations for the first time ever. Fans are awaiting the MCU’s first foray into the horrific side of Marvel Comics as Werewolf by Night, its first Halloween-themed project, prepares for release.

Werewolf by Night will be a front flip into the deep end of the library of monsters seen on the comic page, but the MCU has dipped its toe into the otherworldly previously (i.e. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness).

Many believe that this is only the beginning for the realm of Marvel monsters because there are clues of more to come in works like Mahershala Ali’s Blade. Fans may have been much more accurate than they could have ever anticipated, it turns out.

Monsters from Marvel taking over the MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expected to usher in the age of the Marvel monster after Werewolf by Night, according to a recent report from The Cosmic Circus.

According to sources who spoke with The Cosmic Circus, monsters will be “everywhere” throughout the MCU following Michael Giacchino’s werewolf-focused special presentation.

These creatures will truly reveal themselves to society and coexist with the heroes and villains of the MCU, rather than just being concealed from society like Werewolf by Night and Man-Thing are. This includes the fact that Jack Russell and Man-Thing will show up in more Marvel Studios productions.

Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, previously commented on the significance of monsters, stating that this aspect of the franchise “will ultimately become extremely crucial.”

According to the story, these monsters haven’t just appeared out of nowhere; rather, they have been present from the beginning of the MCU and have just now come to light. Werewolf By Night’s coven of monster hunters serves as an illustration of this; according to Marvel, they had been around for many generations before making an appearance in the Disney+ special.

The Cosmic Circus notes that the next Marvel Studios film coexists with “the current events of the main Earth-616 timeline,” despite the fact that it appears to be straight out of the 1930s or 1940s.

Just the Beginning with Werewolf by Night

Who would have imagined Werewolf by Night would turn out to be one of the most significant Marvel Studios ventures in recent years? While some people may have mistaken the Disney+ special presentation for nothing more than a way to fill in the holes on the Marvel Studios calendar, the reality is that it appears to be revealing a completely new MCU branch.

Werewolf is said to do for the realm of MCU monsters what Guardians of the Galaxy did for the universe. Additionally, it makes sense to explore these stranger, more specialized areas of the Marvel repertoire after 14 years of MCU storytelling. Why not dive into the terrifying Marvel universe when movies like Blade are in the works?

The executive producer of the special, Brian Gay, told The Direct that the special is “simply peeling back the corner of monsters in the MCU,” albeit this report has not yet been confirmed. Therefore, it appears that fans will soon see more of these characters.

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Marvel stars and BTS V will appear in a new reality series on Disney+

New reality series IN THE SOOP: Friendcation, will premiere on Disney+ next month.

Marvel stars: Park Seo-joon, Parasite’s Choi Woo-shik, Park Hyung-sik (Soundtrack #1), rapper Peakboy, and member of BTS V will all be featured in this spinoff of the original IN THE SOOP series. They will all be seen relaxing together on a vacation.

According to the summary of the program, “This brand-new vacation reality series shows the buddies having time to enjoy nature and indulge in their favorite activities in the soop while hidden away from the world” (in the forest).

“Viewers will get to see the stars and best friends relax over a well-earned break away from the strains of day-to-day stardom” throughout the course of the four-episode series.

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Choi is most known for playing Kim Ki-woo in the Academy Award-winning movie Parasite, and Park also had a brief appearance as Ki-friend. woo’s He will now play an unspecified role in the upcoming July 2023 television series The Marvels.

Fans of BTS may presently watch the K-pop group’s most recent movie on the streaming service, BTS: Permission to Dance On Stage – LA. The movie is a part of the group’s contract with Disney+, which also includes the docuseries IN THE SOOP: Friendcation and BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star.

In order to pursue individual careers, BTS, which also consists of Suga, Jin, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, and Jungkook, recently revealed they will be taking a short break from one another. The group announced their choice on their YouTube site, adding that they intended to “spend some time apart to learn how to be one again.”

IN THE SOOP: On October 19, Friendcation will make its Disney+ debut.

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