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Doctor Strange 2: Release Date, Cast Members And Everything You Should To Know

Doctor Strange combines WandaVision in a humorous and imaginative fan video. There’s only 1 episode left for Marvel’s hit Disney Plus series featuring Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) but there is still a lot of questions that may or might not be answered when the finale finishes. With WandaVision verified to lead right into Doctor Strange at the Multiverse of Madness, would the Luke-Skywalker level cameo that Olsen couldn’t think had not leaked yet be Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) himself?

It might make a lot of sense. Episode 8, “Previously On,” researched Wanda’s past injury. Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) revealed after the event that Wanda’s grief-induced Chaos magic (which created the sitcom version of Westview and a whole new Vision from nothing) made her legendary Scarlet Witch. With this enormous reveal in your mind, Agatha’s grasp of Wanda’s children, and Tyler Hayward’s secret White Vision ready to launch on Wanda’s home, it is clear that Wanda would require some backup in the big finale fight. A promo photograph for episode nine teased a Maximoff family team up, with Wanda, Vision, Billy, and Tommy appearing as they’re ready to fight. Could Doctor Strange combine the Maximoffs in the warmth of the upcoming battle? Or would his look spell the end of Wanda’s trauma-induced fantasy world?

Benedict Cumberbatch look-a-like, Cumberbatch, created a wonderful fan video on Instagram that portrays Dr. Strange coming to Wanda’s aid. The video hilariously includes Dr. Strange’s cloak of levitation prepared to assist. Check out the entertaining video in its entirety below:

What is great about WandaVision is the story has been so inconsistent, and yet it is still fascinating to theorize about what might happen next. Depending on the narrative itself, it would make plausible sense for Dr. Strange to appear at Westview, however, his look could either work in favor of what Wanda desires or he could behave completely against her wishes. Wanda has made it clear from the start of the show she does not like anyone intruding on her perfect domestic sitcom suburbia life.

So while a Dr. Strange cameo from the WandaVision would be fun for fans, it may lead to the shattering of Wanda’s Westview, and the end of her happily ever after with Vision. After all, there are lots of other real-life people stuck in Westview, and Dr. Strange would probably wish to fix that, even if it meant going up against Wanda to try to do some world course-correcting. The effects of Wanda’s Chaos magic could have even possibly prepared the villain for Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. There’s a good deal of chances that just the WandaVision year finale can reply (or leave on a cliffhanger).