Doctor Strange is a 2016 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the 14th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The film was directed by Scott Derrickson with Jon Spahats and C. Robert Cargill, and Benedict Cumberbatch starred with neurosurgeon Stephen Strange with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Michael Stuhlberg,
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And Benjamin Bratt, Scott Adkins, Mads. Mikkelsen, and Tilda Swinton. In the film, Strange learns the mystic arts after a career-ending car accident.
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Strange has given him some tea and it does not like Thor much. Strange magically transforms it to a large beer mug filled to the brim.
Thor polishes it off in no time and Strange refills it with ease. The mid-credits scene opens with the voice of Marvel’s mighty god Thor (Chris Hemsworth).
We haven’t seen Thor since he disappeared at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, dealing with his strange, Infinity Stone-drenched dream. Now he’s back, and he’s talking to Doctor Strange about his reappearance on Earth.
Thor tells Strange, now assigned to defend Earth from all kinds of dimensional threats, that he has come to Earth to find his father, Odin – no one knows what happened to Odin because Loki is shape-shifted and eventually replaced by Thor: The Dark World,
And that whole complex storyline where Loki pretends to be his own death. But yes, apparently Thor believes that he will find his father on Earth.
Strange then tells Thor that it is his job to keep an eye out for other creatures that can cause problems in the multiverse. Apparently, Thor’s brother Loki comes to the fore.
Strange asks why Thor would allow her to come to Earth and why they didn’t all return to Asgard. Thor says that they are looking for his father and when he returns, they will be back.
Doctor Strange may have been able to penetrate the Mirror Dimension, the Dark Dimension, and the Astral Plane, but he successfully reached a new level of existence that is just as impressive – the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The debut of the good doctor has finally arrived in our world and has been a huge success. Even after saving the planet from the nefarious Caesillius, we think Stephen Strange won’t hang the cloak of levitation just yet.
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We’ve tapped into the mystic arts of divination to foresee and predict where Benedict Cumberbatch will weave his magic handprints next. Judging by the end of the movie, it’s safe to say that Infinity War 11 will be cranking things out,
And the MCU is even for Stranger Things, so to speak. With the beverages disposed of, Strange comes straight down to the brass tacks. As Thor gulps down his ale, the sorcerer remarks that he keeps a list of persons from both our dimension and the others he believes.
It could be a serious threat to the world. Included in this list is – naturally – Loki (Tom Hiddleston), the god of mischief who brought a horde of Chitauri to invade Earth. The news comes as no surprise to Thor, who replies, “A worthy inclusion.”
Continuing, Doctor Strange drops the bomb, asking the Asgardians why he would bring his adopted brother to Earth. Leaving all the details to the Doctor, Thor explains that this is a long story of “family drama”, but what they are ultimately looking for is their father, Odin.
Oddly pleasantly surprised by this news, the sorcerer explains the situation, asking that once Thor and Loki find Odin, that they return to Asgard without fuss. The God of Thunder agrees, and Strange replies, “Allow me to help you.”