The much anticipated Doctor Strange sequel has fans asking what wild twists and turns the story will go. We have not only multiple various of Doctor Strange himself as shown in the trailer, but glimpses into other alternate realities that are beyond anything the Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen before.
One of those realities is of the old 20th Century Fox X-Men franchise. Out first glimpse into the Multiverse came in the WandaVision mini series as we saw Evan Peters return as Quicksilver. We also have confirmation that veteran actor Patrick Stewart will be reprising his role as Charles Xavier aka Professor X. And now it is to be believed that another X-Men alumni will be joining the MCU.
Actress Halle Berry, known for her portrayal of the X-Men member Ororo Munroe aka Storm from 2000 – 2014, is believed to be making an appearance in the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel.
The actress recently appeared at the Critics Choice Awards with a brand new haircut with the white color her character is known for possessing. The actress even shared her new look on her Twitter account:
This is for all my beautiful fans that have wanted my short hair back ! 💥 this is for YOU! pic.twitter.com/xilMj6Dhna— Halle Berry (@halleberry) March 14, 2022
It should be noted that Halle Berry had her hair change style in each film, becoming shorter and shorter over time.
So this new hair style seems to be following the trend of shorter hair each appearance. She also began to allow her naturally black hair show through, despite her character having naturally white hair due to her mutation.
Not only are fans excited to possibly she Storm make a return, but some are even wondering if we will see even more appearances from other past Marvel characters. We recently saw multiple past SONY Spider-Men in No Way Home, so with the Multiverse going haywire its a free-for-all on who may or may not appear.
Who else do you think will appear?
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