Doctor Strange 2 movie theory that scares Marvel fans: will Elizabeth Olsen go bad?


After the conclusion of WandaVision, the next chapter in the life of Scarlet Witch will be told in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the new film by Sam Raimi starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Specifically, the post-credits scene of the final episode of WandaVision seems to allude quite clearly to the goal of the character played by Elizabeth Olsen: Wanda, while through her astral form is studying the secrets of the Darkhold, hears the voices of her sons, Billy. and Tommy calling her asking for help.

Considering the title of the Doctor Strange sequel it is very likely that the voices of the two children come from one of the many parallel universes that 'surround' the MCU, and now a new theory has surfaced on Reddit, and staged by the user tBHzHomer, suggests that Wanda, in search of Billy and Tommy, will cross time and space further complicating the already messy Multiverse: the barriers between the various realities will waver, leading them to collide with each other, and being the main protector of the MCU's realities, Doctor Strange will understand that Wanda, the source of the problem, must be neutralized.

According to the theory, in short, Strange will not assist Wanda in the search for her twins, on the contrary, he will try to prevent her from 'extracting' them from the parallel realities in which she will go to look for them. In the midst of all this chaos (or 'madness', as the title states), it will be Baron Mordo, Strange's nemesis: the character of Chiwetel Ejiofor was last seen in the post-credit scene of the first film with Benedict Cumberbatch, and it has been confirmed that he will return in the sequel.

After being introduced to WandaVision, it looks like Billy and Tommy Maximoff are already planning another appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this time on the big screen.

If the post-credit scene of the Marvel series had already hinted at their potential involvement in the awaited Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, in fact, further evidence comes directly from the young interpreters of the twins, Julian Hilliard and Jett Klyne, who they may have inadvertently revealed their presence in the cast of Sam Raimi's film.

In November and December 2020, the two actors posted on their Instagram profiles two separate photos taken at Windsor Promenade, a location located about 15 minutes from Pinewood Studios where the filming of Doctor Strange 2 was taking place and continues. that a user pointed this out on MarvelStudiosSpoilers Reddit a few days ago, both actors then removed the posts, thus giving even more ground to speculation. At this point, we just have to wait for an official confirmation from Marvel Studios themselves or the main Hollywood information sources.

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