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Rachel McAdams To Return For Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is set to arrive in a couple of years’ time, with Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange confirmed to be teaming up with Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch to traverse alternate dimensions. Fans have been wondering, though, will Rachel McAdams be brought back for the sequel, after she played the good doctor’s girlfriend Christine Palmer in the 2016 origins movie?

We Got This Covered has heard that the answer to this is a resounding yes. Multiple sources – the same ones who revealed that an Aladdin sequel is in development, and that Ewan McGregor is reprising his role as Obi-Wan, both of which were confirmed this week – have informed us that McAdams is set to return for the film. Of course, things could change as the script and the story are continually developed before shooting, but as of now, we’ve been told that Dr.
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Did Paul Rudd Just Confirm Ant-Man 3 or Is It All Just Fake News?

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Did Paul Rudd Just Confirm Ant-Man 3 or Is It All Just Fake News?
Did Paul Rudd accidentally leak Ant-Man 3 plans? The actor is currently working on Ghostbusters 2020 and reportedly told some fans that the script for the third Ant-Man movie is complete. While the Ant-Man movies aren't the biggest of the earners when compared to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, both installments have had huge impacts on Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame and there is still a lot more story to be told after the Decimation, with life getting back to normal.

This is very much an unconfirmed rumor at this time, so read into it how you wish. Apparently, while on the Ghostbusters 2020 set, Paul Rudd was asked about Ant-Man 3 in between takes and confirmed that a script was finished and then reportedly said, "don't worry about it." After seeing the reaction he got from the two fans, he then allegedly backtracked, declaring that he only delivered the information
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Martin Freeman Says Sherlock Season 5 Should Only Happen If It’s Really Special

It’s been two and a half years since Sherlock was on our screens, and ever since we’ve been told much the same thing from those involved with the show: don’t expect any more for a while. As time has gone on, we’ve understood that they really mean that. In fact, the latest word on the series’ future comes from Doctor Watson himself, Martin Freeman, who thinks that a fifth season shouldn’t happen unless it’s “really, really special.”

While speaking with Collider to promote his new movie Ode to Joy, Freeman was asked if there’d been any recent discussions between the cast and the crew about Sherlock season 5. The actor admitted that there hadn’t been due to how busy everyone is, and also explained the following:

“They’re few and far between, the discussions about Sherlock, just because Mark [Gatiss] and Steven [Moffat], the writers,
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Quicksilver Rumored To Return In Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

Though both Maximoff twins are major players in the Marvel comics universe, only Scarlet Witch has been a recurring presence in the McU. Due to Fox’s own version of the speedster in the X-Men franchise, Marvel’s Quicksilver was written out as quickly as he was introduced in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Given his importance, though, fans have been expecting him to resurface ever since. And it’s possible that they’ll get their wish in 2021’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

This intel comes from the folks over at Lords of the Long Box, who reached out to us directly with the scoop. We Got This Covered has been told that Pietro Maximoff will return thanks to the universe-hopping that’ll occur in the movie. So, don’t expect the Earth-616 Quicksilver to be resurrected following his noble sacrifice in Sokovia back in 2015. This Pietro will
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Scarlet Witch May Get Her Comic-Accurate Costume For Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

You could argue that Scarlet Witch has been a little underused in the McU to date, with the surviving Maximoff twin having to scrape by with limited screentime in team-up movies. However, that should change in Phase 4. Not only is WandaVision on the way, but Elizabeth Olsen will co-star with Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. And it looks like the movie will finally do something that fans have been waiting to see since the heroine debuted in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

We Got This Covered has been informed that Doctor Strange 2 will see Scarlet Witch getting a comic-accurate costume. This intel comes from the folks over at the Lords of the Long Box YouTube channel, who reached out to us directly with the scoop. Given that this hasn’t been confirmed by the studio yet, we advise taking it with the usual grain of salt.
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Paul Rudd May’ve Just Confirmed That Ant-Man 3 Is Happening

Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – three of the biggest new IPs joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe during Phase 4.

Put together with big-name sequels in the vein of Captain Marvel 2, Black Panther 2, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and it makes for quite a tantalizing slate, though you’d be forgiven for wondering why Ant-Man 3 was totally absent from Marvel’s Sdcc presentation.

Chances are Kevin Feige and Co. just aren’t ready to announce a bona fide new installment in the Ant-Man series, or the Powers That Be are holding fire until such time as Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly have enough time on their hands to film another McU sequel. Let’s not forget that Rudd has signed up for Ghostbusters 2020, and may not be available until early 2021, while Lilly has two sizeable projects – namely Dreamland and Happy Life – still in the pipeline.
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Is Scarlet Witch Secretly The Villain Of Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness?

It didn’t come as a surprise when Marvel announced a Doctor Strange sequel as part of Phase 4 last month at Comic-Con. However, we weren’t expecting it to be revealed that Elizabeth Olsen will co-lead the movie alongside Benedict Cumberbatch as Scarlet Witch. And going by the title, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will see the two magicians traveling through alternate dimensions.

Because the pair are both Avengers, we’re just assuming that they’ll be allies in the film. However, what if Wanda Maximoff actually serves more of an antagonistic role in DS2? What if she’s not helping Strange solve whatever threat there is to the multiverse but instead is that very threat? This is the intriguing theory put forward by ScreenRant, and there’s a lot of evidence to suggest that it’s a genuine possibility.

First of all, it’s been confirmed that
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McU Fans Want Rachel McAdams Back For Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

The Sorcerer Supreme will return in a couple of years for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. As announced at Comic-Con last month, the sequel will see Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange team up with Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch. And while this wasn’t outright confirmed, it looks like Wanda Maximoff will be the film’s female lead.

Don’t get us wrong, it’s nice to have more of Olsen’s heroine and all, but it’s led fans to wonder: what does that mean for Christine Palmer? Rachel McAdams played Christine in 2016’s Doctor Strange, a compassionate doctor and old girlfriend of Strange’s. Despite the caliber of actress portraying the part, though it’s fair to say that Christine was pretty underwritten. So, it’s possible that the filmmakers will write her out completely for Multiverse. McU fans really hope not, though, as a thread
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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Director May Be Teasing House Of M

Ah, to be involved with Marvel Studios right now. After concluding a trilogy of phases over the course of ten years, our favorite superhero movie-house is set to crank the ridiculousness meter up to 11 with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is said to be the first pure horror film of the series. While not much is known about the actual plot of the pic just yet, that hasn’t stopped director Scott Derrickson from dropping the odd hint or two on his Twitter feed.

Earlier today, the filmmaker tweeted a still from one of Doctor Strange’s comics, which features the titular hero staring at a small, little baby universe, created right in front of him. He seems baffled and astonished, since the good doctor thought it was just a light, I guess. The panel is preceded by a quote of some Jimi Hendrix lyrics: “Are you experienced?
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Loki TV Show Will Set Up Jane Foster Becoming Thor In Love And Thunder

We’ve known about it for a while, but Marvel’s upcoming Loki TV series was officially announced last month at Comic-Con. The Disney Plus show will feature the Tesseract-thieving version of the God of Mischief from the alternate timeline created in Avengers: Endgame as he travels through Earth’s history to do what he does best: cause some chaos.

It was also made clear at Marvel’s Sdcc panel about Phase 4 that all the Disney Plus series will directly fit into the ongoing continuity of the McU. For instance, WandaVision will lead into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. How Loki would play into the bigger picture wasn’t made clear at the time, but a new report may reveal the truth about how the series will lay the groundwork for Thor: Love and Thunder.

FandomWire writes that Loki will conclude with the Asgardian trickster making his way back to the prime timeline,
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Loki Will Reportedly Return For Thor: Love And Thunder

Marvel Studios has long made it clear that their planned Disney Plus shows will have a large amount of overlap with future movies. For example, we already know that 2021’s WandaVision will connect directly to the subsequent Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. What’s more, according to a new report from FandomWire, the upcoming Loki spinoff series will set up a fan-pleasing development in Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder. And if all we’re hearing is true, then be warned that some potential spoilers lie ahead.

As you’ll likely recall, the recent Avengers: Endgame saw an alternate timeline version of Loki escape capture with the Tesseract. Since then, we’ve heard that the trickster’s TV show will be a continuation of this plot thread, as Loki uses the power of the Infinity Stone to travel through human history and change major events.

So far,
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Did Avengers 5 and Other McU Phase 5 Release Dates Just Leak?

Brace yourselves, Marvel fans as we may have just learned some key release dates for Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We stress may since this isn't coming directly from Disney or Marvel Studios. So, for the time being, this can only be regarded as a rumor. That said, there is reason to think this could be legitimate and, if it is, there is much to discuss as there is one big mystery that will need solving that may or may not be the release date for what is right now being called Avengers 5.

This information comes from Charles Murphy, who recently posted the partial Marvel Phase 5 release scheduled to Twitter. Normally, this sort of thing could be written off as nonsense. However, Murphy has a pretty amazing track record, having accurately revealed Marvel's entire Phase 4 announcement ahead of San Diego Comic-Con, in addition to several other key pieces of McU intel.
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Avengers: Endgame Director Says Thanos Had To Cheat To Escape Scarlet Witch

If you were to compile a list of some of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s best action and fight scenes, the Battle of Earth from the climax of Avengers: Endgame might come out on top. The sheer scale of the conflict is something to behold, with Wakandans, Ravagers, Asgardians, Masters of the Mystic Arts, and the Guardians of the Galaxy coming together to fight off Thanos and his nearly-unstoppable army. It’s one of our favorite moments from the franchise as a whole, and it seems like we’re always learning something new about it.

As we’ve previously reported, Avengers: Endgame was released on digital platforms last week, and fans have been diving into the bonus featurettes and deleted scenes ever since. In addition, the home release comes with a commentary featuring directors Joe and Anthony Russo and co-writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. And as ComicBook.com reports,
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Why Marvel is Right to Take More Risks With McU Phase 4

James Hunt Aug 5, 2019

From more diversity to stronger genre angles to championing lesser-known heroes, the Phase Four slate shows Marvel doing what it does best

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

In 2014, Marvel Comics made some huge changes to their publishing line. As part of the Original Sin event, Thor found himself unworthy to wield Mjolnir and was replaced by a new, female Thor who was later revealed to be Jane Foster. Captain America, meanwhile, had the super-soldier serum in his body neutralized, causing him to rapidly age into a 90-year-old. He was replaced as Captain America by his long-time friend and partner, the Falcon.

Stop me if any of this sounds familiar.

At the time, Marvel’s attempt to rework the characters caused outrage with a certain section of fans, who decried the “forced diversity” of making Cap non-white and Thor a woman. They demanded the return
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Mighty Thor Comics Are Helping Pump Thunder Into Natalie Portman's Veins

Mighty Thor Comics Are Helping Pump Thunder Into Natalie Portman's Veins
Even though Thor: Love and Thunder is still a couple of years away, Natalie Portman isn't wasting any time in getting prepared. During Marvel's massive San Diego Comic-Con presentation, it was revealed that, not only is Thor 4 happening, but that Portman will return as Jane Foster in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That alone would have been enough to get fans excited, but when it was revealed she was going to be the new Thor, it brought things to another level. Now, Portman has revealed she's already doing her homework.

Taking to Instagram, the Oscar-winning actress revealed that she's gathered together a collection of trade paperback editions of The Mighty Thor. The collected editions she showcased include Thunder In Her Veins, Lords of Midgard, The Asgard/Shi'ar War and The Death of the Mighty Thor. These all come from the run in Marvel Comics that was kicked off by Jason
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Benedict Cumberbatch Heads To War In First Trailer For WWI Drama 1917

Sam Mendes hasn’t made a movie since his second James Bond film Spectre was released back in 2015, but the Oscar-winning director is returning to the big screen soon with his upcoming World War I drama, 1917. The project previously generated a lot of positive buzz due to its incredibly talented ensemble cast and now, the first trailer promises something pretty special.

The footage reveals that the story will follow English Tommy Lieutenant Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and his friend Schofield (George MacKay) as they’re sent on an important mission by their commanding officer, played by Colin Firth. The pair must send a message calling off an incoming attack against the German forces. Otherwise, 1600 soldiers will be lost as they walk into a trap – including Blake’s brother. “If you fail,” intones Firth ominously, “it will be a massacre.”

Of course, Firth is just one a part of the cream of
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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness’ Main Villain Has Been Confirmed

Doctor Strange 2 – or to use its full title, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – was officially announced at Comic-Con earlier this month, with Kevin Feige unveiling a few exciting details about the movie. For one, it’s been teased that the film will be more horror-influenced than we’ve seen before in the McU and Strange will be paired up in the sequel with Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch.

The main antagonist of the movie, however, was not specified. For the longest time, though, it’s been speculated that Nightmare would be the Sorcerer Supreme’s latest nemesis. Director Scott Derrickson has been open about his interest in utilizing the character many times, for one, and We Got This Covered’s own info has suggested that Marvel already has a shortlist of actors to possibly play the ruler of the Dream Dimension.

Now, we’ve had it confirmed by
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Here’s How Eva Green Could Look As Nightmare In Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

The Sorcerer Supreme will be returning in just a couple of years to save the Earth from mystical threats, as his upcoming sequel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was confirmed earlier this month at Comic-Con. We know that Benedict Cumberbatch’s magic man will be joined by Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch for the movie, which should be an exciting new pairing in the McU, but we don’t yet know who’ll they’ll be teaming up to defeat.

However, all the signs are pointing to Nightmare serving as Doctor Strange 2‘s main villain. The comic book character is the demonic ruler of the Dream Dimension, which could explain the horror movie influences that we’ve been told to expect from the pic. He’s a lesser-known foe from the Marvel universe, though, so the filmmakers should have freedom to do what they like with him. Like
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Eva Green Is Nightmare in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Fan-Made Poster

Eva Green Is Nightmare in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Fan-Made Poster
We're still waiting to find out who will be cast as Nightmare in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but we do have one good candidate for the job. This, thanks to artist BossLogic, who has rendered up a fan poster depicting actress Eva Green as the Marvel baddie, who is set to be the one giving the Sorcerer Supreme a very tough time in the upcoming sequel. For the moment, this is merely a potentially interesting casting choice. But could there be more to it?

First off, the poster BossLogic cooked up is rather impressive. It's largely black and white, with the only real hint of color in Nightmare's eyes, which are the character's signature green. Eva Green looks haunting at the poster's center, with Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) on either side. The artist had this to say in his caption.

"So
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Crazy Rich Asians Star Reportedly Being Eyed For Black Panther 2 Villain

A couple of weeks ago, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige took to Hall H at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con to finally unveil what the team had planned for Phase 4 of the McU. There were plenty of big reveals, with the announcement of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder. Along with more information on a handful of TV shows heading to Disney’s upcoming streaming platform, there was plenty to chew on, even if there were a few notable absences.

Specifically, some fans were sad that Black Panther 2 wasn’t mentioned, though Feige has gone on record to say that there are plans for a follow-up to Ryan Coogler’s wildly successful 2018 movie. Details are scarce at the moment, though many are expecting the creative team from the first effort to make a return.
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