Scarlet Witch is featured front and Centre in a Brand New fan-made poster for Doctor Strange from the Multiverse of Madness. The first Doctor Unusual came out in 2016 with Scott Derrickson in the director’s seat, and the sequel is now due to come out six decades later in 2022. Derrickson will not be directing this time around, but Sam Raimi was hired to helm the film with Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen starring.
Since there has not been any official marketing and advertising material for the movie just yet (besides the logo), fans have flooded the net with fan art of what they want to watch in the sequel. Several pieces have concentrated on Raimi’s previous functions, such as Evil Dead along with his Spider-Man trilogy. Fans have recreated the traditional Evil Dead poster with Doctor Strange, and yet another fan even created a poster teasing Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man joining the MCU. While some advertisements have taken more fun creative liberties, others look more traditional to what fans have come to expect in the MCU.
One of Zerologhy’s newest pieces of artwork has Scarlet Witch stealing the show in a poster for Doctor Strange from the Multiverse of Madness. This poster also interestingly includes some names of MCU celebrities who might go back for the sequel, most especially Chiwetel Ejiofor (Mordo), Tilda Swinton (The Ancient One), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Quicksilver), and Tom Holland (Spider-Man). Zerologhy’s art can be seen under:
While Scarlet Witch will be a considerable portion of Doctor Strange from the Multiverse of Madness, not much is known about the film, leaving fans to speculate about what might be seen in 2022. Many villains are supposed to appear in the movie, with fans thinking that Nightmare, Shuma-Gorath, or even Mordo is going to be the primary antagonist. The video was initially said to be Marvel’s first horror film, but Kevin Feige refuted that, describing it would only include some”terrifying sequences.”
Since Doctor Strange and Scarlet Witch are teaming up in the sequel, it is logical to put her front and center to demonstrate her personality will be more than just a cameo. The titles on the top of the poster could be correct, but it has already been verified that Mcadams will not reunite for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Holland needs Spidey to team up with Doctor Strange, but that’s as unclear as Maguire or Johnson coming through an alternate dimension. Irrespective of who does (or doesn’t) seem in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it doesn’t remove from the characteristic of this fan art.