Marvel Studios announced a Doctor Strange 2 release date and title in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con today. In The Multiverse of Madness-is set to release on May 7, 2021.
The "madness" element may be just as important as the "multiverse" part of that title, because Derrickson additionally teased the upcoming sequel as the "first scary MCU film". That second piece of news has been somewhat common knowledge since December of 2018, when it was reported that the Doctor Strange helmer and co-writer was getting to work on the long-awaited sequel.
Follow me on Twitter and Instagram! "What excites me about Doctor Strange is from the comics-he doesn't fight villains from this Earth, he fights everything from everywhere". "We're going to do some of the things we had in the first film with that twist of horror".
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"I'm really excited to be at the dawn of the project", said Cumberbatch. Derrickson's background is in horror having helmed fright fests like The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Sinister, but his Doctor Strange movie was far more restrained in that regard.