Marvel Releases FINAL ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Poster
With the long-awaited production just ten days away, Marvel has released the FINAL Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness poster!
It is no secret that the upcoming sequel to 2016s Doctor Strange is among the most theorized and speculated about films in the history of the MCU.
What has become par for the course as far as Marvel films are concerned, fan theories and rumor-fueled speculation have become a natural aspect of the promotional campaign for nearly every Marvel film to be released in Phase Four, with the multiversal Doctor Strange film no different.
The film is just ten days away, and that anticipation from the fanbase has reached a fever pitch; anticipation that has been answered by Marvel releasing the FINAL Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness poster!
The final poster arrives! Experience all the Madness in 1️⃣0️⃣ days!! pic.twitter.com/7f1ZDflTso
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) April 26, 2022
The poster seems to abide by the same stylistic choices as the ones that came before it, with the motif seemingly symbolizing the various universes that are collapsing in on one another; with the various characters present in similar moments that we have seen in the various trailer.
Characters like Strange, Wong, Wanda, and America Chavez are all easily recognizable in the final poster, with Wanda specifically shown in very ominous positions in regard to where Strange is located in the center.
There are many who believe that Wanda’s Scarlet Witch could be positioned as the main antagonist of the film, which is understandable considering the suffering that the character has endured for much of her run in the MCU.
The final poster doesn’t give much away in terms of story details, but very much puts a focus on the madness that has been the running theme of the promotional campaign; likely because it is what fans can expect out of the film.
We cannot wait to see what Sam Raimi and company have in store for the finished product, as it should be one of the most important MCU films to date.