Marvel fans can finally watch the eagerly awaited Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness. Chief Benedict Cumberbatch entered the cinema on Friday. The multiverse is a concept that has its foundations in real cosmology, quantum mechanics and even philosophy. In Doctor Strange 2, Cumberbatch’s superhero faces multiple threats and, thanks to many realities, encounters “variants” or versions of alternative reality of himself and even Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen, who repeated the role after WandaVision). It opens the gates of infinite probability, and we can trust director Sam Raimi to let us enchant with his imagination. However, in a recent chat with indianexpress.com, Cumberbatch shared that although the concept of the multiverse is very interesting, he would not want to experience it in person.
“I don’t think I would … To be honest, I think there’s a lot going on in this universe that we have to solve before we disappear into another. It would be like running away from the problems that are there. Life is enough “complicated, if there was a multiverse, I don’t want to know anything about it. I’m very happy about that,” he shared with a smile.
Although he would not like to find out about the multiverse, we could not help but give ourselves a try Cumberbatch on a heavily guarded film. When we asked him to share some great points from Doctor Strange 2, the acclaimed actor declined to provide any insights. He said with a smile: “Maybe (I won’t be able) to talk about the film, unfortunately. But there is a lot (high points). I’d say there are some fantastic revelations, some great shocks and scary moments. And there are a lot of horror and superhero works by Sam Raimi. His fans will like it. It’s a pretty epic movie. We are opening a multiverse here, so there is something for everyone. “
Doctor Strange also plays Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, Xochitl Gomez, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Stuhlbarg in Multiverse of Madness.