Marvel Lifts ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Spoiler Ban
With the film currently just concluding its official opening week, Marvel lifts the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness spoiler ban.
There were few films that could boast the anticipation and expectation that was present for what was primed to be the movie event of the summer.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the mind-bending film that was set to explore the boundless uncharted void of alternate realities, all while bringing a conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic universe multiversal story arc that has been a focal point of its Phase Four.
Following in the footsteps of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the film both picked up where the third MCU Spider-Man film left off narratively, but also embraced the same kind of hype that has become par for the course for MCU films.
With Marvel seeking to protect a lot of the secrets and massive moments that were set to be a vital part of the Doctor Strange sequel, it enacted a ban on spoilers starting during the film’s premiere.
AS the film is in its opening week, however, it appears as though Marvel has lifted the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness spoiler ban.
The Multiverse awaits…
Replies will be enabled Monday.
— Doctor Strange (@DrStrange) May 6, 2022
First reported on their own social media account, the official Marvel Twitter tweeted that replies- which were disabled at the film’s premiere- returned once again this past Monday.
It seems as though the short-lived spoiler ban was only placed on the film’s opening weekend, and although it didn’t stop some from spoiling what would appear in the film, it was an effort to protect the first weekend sales for the film.
The ban, however, seemed to do the trick, as the film saw an incredible opening weekend that had already made it one of the most successful films of the year; kicking off what should be a fruitful summer for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Although we understand the intention of Marvel Studios wants to protect that opening weekend, it is interesting that the ban didn’t last long at all; with us feeling as though a three-day ban is fairly inconsequential in comparison to what fans can be spoiled on.