All the fault of Spider-Man! Benedict Cumberbatch defends Dr. Strange

Notable contemporary movie events, Spider-Man: No Return Home, are now available for digital purchase and rental. The feature still has something to say, an intense plot that embraces the nostalgia of multiverse and superhero movies.
Scheduled to reach the HBO Max catalog sometime this year, the third chapter of Tom Holland’s trilogy has a basis that still leaves many fans in doubt: after all, who was responsible for the villain’s presence on MCU from other levels, Spider-Man that is unusual to Dr. Strange. Requested or did the magician do that mantra?
In this regard, Benedict Cumberbatch has given his opinion. In discussions with Total Film Magazine, the actor defended his character and assigned the responsibility to Amigao da Neighborhood.
“I know we all love Peter Parker, but can we go back to where the magic broke six times,” he asked.
This is not all arrogance. I think a part of it is a very calculated opportunity. But let’s see where he goes [in Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness].
Anyone who has seen Tom Holland’s last film at Marvel Studios knows that the result leaves excellent consequences for his character. However, in the acute sequence of collisions and twists, he alone does not have to face new challenges. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the former Magician Supreme (we know that the title is Wang’s today) has to face the decay of Multiverse.

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