It looks like Disney and Marvel are gearing up for the connection between ‘Wandavision’ on Disney+ and the upcoming Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness film. Disney has tweaked the after credit scene on the final episode where Wanda is on a mountain in a cabin while the Scarlet Witch version of herself seems to be studying “book of the damned.”
Now there have been a bunch of trees added to the area and the Doctor Strange music has also been added to the scene.
Others have noticed a blip to the side that seems to track towards the cabin and they’re wondering if that is a shadow of Doctor Strange coming to the cabin. But in the Twitter clip, from Phase Zero, below it’s dismissed as an artifact in the editing.
Take a look!
— Phase Zero (@PhaseZeroCB) June 28, 2021
Something else that is mentioned in the Twitter clip is that the upcoming Doctor Strange film is now in post-production so they can go back and edit “WandaVision” to match them up for the films release on March 25, 2022.
Many people were expecting Benedict Cumberbatch to appear as Doctor Strange in WandaVision. It was kind of hinted that he would and it later came out that he was indeed planned for the show, but Kevin Feige infamously revealed that they were worried he would basically come across as mansplaining her.
“Some people might say, ‘Oh, it would’ve been so cool to see Doctor Strange. But it would have taken away from Wanda. We didn’t want the end of the show to be commoditized to go to the next movie — here’s the white guy, ‘Let me show you how power works.’”
Many pointed out that it would make much more sense for him to appear considering he’s kind of overseeing magic and it would have brought him to her. Much like he knew to grab Loki in New York for the “Thor Ragnarok” film.
It would also have made a lot of sense considering she is starring in the second, and much darker, Doctor Strange film. But at least they are trying to add music to connect the two stories now. Better late than never I guess.
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