Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Had a Darker Alternate Ending

This story contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness!

Sinister Strange, a warped version of Strange who dabbled in black magic, greets Strange in an incursion reality.

“Strange is caught in that [incursion] realm,” Waldron explained of an alternative plot that sounds like Sinister Strange may have swapped places with our Doctor Strange. Sinister Strange then turns around, and the third eye appears.

If it wasn’t eerie enough, the shock would have been introduced by Vincent Price’s famous laugh, mimicking the horror icon’s voice in the Michael Jackson song, Thriller.
For the time being, Vincent Price’s chuckle is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the end, we had Doctor Strange tumbling to the ground in the center of New York City when his third eye appeared.

You have a bill to pay, don’t you?” “ComicBook spoke with Waldron. “According to Wong, you’ve infiltrated your own cadaver using the Darkhold. Surely there will be some repercussions. A little bit of a flashback to Sam Raimi’s classic Evil Dead, and that groaner of an ending, or it’s just like, ‘Oh my God, everything turned out horrible in the end.’ Hence, yes. The implications for Stephen will have to be determined.

So far, we have no doubt who is searching for him. Clea, portrayed by Charlize Theron, was introduced in a post-credits sequence for Doctor Strange. Strange encountered Dormammu, a demonic entity, in the first film. She is his niece.

Not to fear; she’s really an agent of good, and the two have been shown dating on several occasions in the comics, even if their relationships seldom endure more than a few of issues. Even yet, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness seems to have given us a happier conclusion than what was initially intended. Is there anything more you’d want to know about Dr. Strange? Find out what may happen to Wanda Maximoff in this deleted scene between Strange and Christine Palmer.

Doctor Strange and the Scarlet Witch are played by Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen, respectively, in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Rachel McAdams and Xochitl Gomez join Chiwetel Ejiofor and Benedict Wong.

Comic book luminaries Stan Lee and Steve Ditko developed the characters for the film, which was directed and written by Sam Raimi.

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