Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be the scariest Marvel film as indicated by star, Elizabeth Olsen. Marvel Studios initially reported the Doctor Strange sequel in 2019, yet it went through significant changes since then. Sam Raimi turned into the film’s chief after Scott Derrickson left. While it at first seemed he would be rushed to find a workable pace on Doctor Strange 2, COVID-19 deferred creation and gave Raimi more opportunity to get accustomed to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Elizabeth Olsen just accepted her first Emmy assignment for her work in WandaVision, and she commended this vocation accomplishment by partaking in a Q&A for New York Film Academy, which she joined in. Twitter user @VATICANCAME0WS gave updates on the private Zoom meeting all through its term, and this remembered some discussion about Doctor Strange for the Multiverse of Madness. The questioner pushed Olsen for details on the forthcoming MCU sequel and she gave a conceivably intriguing tease that it will be the scariest Marvel film, saying “It’s an exceptionally scary film. It resembles old Sam Raimi. They’re attempting to make the scariest Marvel film.”
Ironically, the discussion about whether or not Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is scary is somewhat of a tricky point. Derrickson initially broadcasted at San Diego Comic-Con that the film was Marvel’s first scary film, yet Kevin Feige quickly bounced in to affirm it would still be PG-13. The Marvel Studios President has since explained that while it will be scary, he wouldn’t classify it as a thriller. That hasn’t stopped different individuals engaged with Doctor Strange 2, Olsen notwithstanding, from building up the film’s shock elements.
Whether or not Doctor Strange 2 is genuinely a thriller remains to be seen, however Olsen’s tease that the objective was to create the scariest Marvel film can still be accomplished. That is truly not a high bar to clear. Marvel Studios hasn’t made anything even distantly scary in the past. Despite that reality, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness expecting to be the scariest Marvel film is another sign of Marvel Studios letting each Phase 4 project have a remarkable tone and play with various genres.