We are sure Marvel fans are all looking forward to the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. If you do not watch all movies released by this superhero action movie producing company, it would be beneficial to see a couple of these movies and TV Shows we have listed beforehand. If you watched Spider-Man: NWH, but not the previous movies, you might have learned your lesson.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be available to watch and hit theaters on May 5. We received a new teaser recently but it raised more problems than it solved, and we still have some time before we find out what this newest film from Sam Raimi is all about. Watch the trailer here:
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is directed by Michael Waldron of Loki and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, Michael Stühlbarg, and Rachel McAdams.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a sequel to several distinct Marvel films, therefore you should watch them all before going to see Multiverse of Madness in May.
Wanda’s villain arc begins with this TV show. We pick up where we left off after Endgame, and we witness how much sadness she is experiencing as a result of Vision’s death. We get a great introduction to Agatha, who educates us more regarding magic and how to use it, as well as a glimpse of Monica Rambeau, who is expected to debut in MoM.
This series also delves into the notion of Nexus creatures (albeit not in-depth) as well as the multiverse. Because Wanda is a character in the film, you may watch it to see how she will interact in the Dr. Strange film. This is the story of Wanda, who decides to give everyone nightmares simply because she can. You will see a lot of her in the movie, so, give it a shot.
2. Infinity War (Avengers: Infinity War)
Doctor Strange, Wanda, and Wong make another strong showing in this film. We get a closer look at Doctor Strange’s abilities and how he has evolved up to this point. Wanda’s power has also grown, as has her devotion to Vision, despite his demise.
When it comes to seeing everything post-Infinity Saga, Avengers: Infinity War is a must-see entry in the MCU. Thanos’ war against the Avengers culminated in a monumental cinematic event, thanks to the Russo Brothers’ climactic duet. Doctor Strange uses the Time Stone in Avengers: Infinity War to determine how many possibilities the superheroes have of destroying the Mad Titan.
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3. Endgame (Avengers)
Is it really necessary to explain this one? Another tribute to Doctor Strange’s powers, as well as Wanda’s struggle and willingness to go to revenge Vision. Both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame might be put together because viewers cannot watch one without the other, but Endgame is worth noting merely to witness Doctor Strange deploy the arcane arts in the midst of the most epic superhero conflict ever seen on television.
4. Age of Ultron
Despite the absence of Doctor Strange, this film provides a decent introduction to Wanda Maximoff, her sorrow, and her downward slide, which persists in subsequent films. This is probably one of the best movies in terms of gathering as much as heroes from the Marvel Universe.
In the movie, the main villain Ultron is presented as rogue computer software similar to Jarvis built by Bruce Banner and Tony Stark. It has taken up home in an incomplete robot. The twins Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver may be seen in the post-credit sequence at the end of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and they make a feature in this movie.
Initially, the twins are on Ultron’s side. But later they change their plans and switch to the team Avengers. You can get a better understanding of Wanda’s pain in this movie.
5. Doctor Strange (2016)
Obviously, the original Doctor Strange is on our list, presenting Benedict Cumberbatch to this legendary role. This film not only establishes Doctor Strange for future films, but it also depicts his problems and hubris, as well as those of other heroes. While it isn’t necessary to comprehend the next Doctor Strange film, it is worth viewing for the complete narrative.
Patrick Stewart’s voice might be heard briefly in the second Multiverse of Madness teaser. Remember, Patrick Stewart was the guy who played Professor X in the X-Men films. You should absolutely include a number of those films on your list, as they will most likely be related in some manner. The X-Men actor who played Quicksilver also starred in WandaVision as the same character but not in the way we knew him.
There are some shows you definitely need to watch to understand the upcoming movie. Without these, you will be in need of a book to understand Doctor Stranger: MoM! To understand the concept of the multiverse and the movie, we recommend watching the shows we list below:
1. Loki (Season 1)
Aside from the chance of a Loki appearance in the MoM film, this TV series is a must-watch since it is our first official exposure to the universe as well as the setup of a future “big evil.” The series also establishes the significance of a single timeline and what will occur if it divides.
Marvel’s What If is definitely canon to the MCU. This series explores the different worlds strewn over the universe and provides insight into Captain Carter’s character who is also rumored to appear in the movie. We also get a better look at Sinister/Dark Strange, who will feature in MoM, as well as what happens if someone tries to mess with a timeline. Despite not being the largest streaming MCU success, this TV series is vital to see since it sets up numerous moving pieces that might perhaps be featured in MoM.
3. Spider-Man: No Way Home
This film introduces the problem that will be addressed in the MoM film. It demonstrates the fragility of the universe’s structure, as well as the enchantment that would eventually create the crisis in MoM. If there is one film on this list that you MUST see, it is this one.