The author ‘Doctor Strange 2’ says that he tailored the script to Sam Raimi’s style

Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness coming to the cinema next week and looks like an incredible ride through the strangest corners of MCU. Rumors have been flying thick and fast about which characters are going to emerge as a surprise, with hype fires being lit to glowing temperatures by the Super Bowl trailer teasing the return of Patrick Stewart’s Professor X.

All that will come via Spider Man and The evil death director Sam Raimi’s hyperkinetic style. Now, in a new interview with SFX Magazine, author Michael Waldron revealed that he specifically tailored his script for Sam Raimi’s superhero tale:

“[l] tried to identify [Raimi’s] strengths, the things where he really excels, and find out how I could write for it, the same way you would do an actor. “

More specifically, Waldron repeatedly saw Raimi’s 2000s Spider Man trilogy to find out what works best. It’s a clever tactic when Raimi was pursued for the job precisely because they wanted it Multiverse of madness horror elements for having a tone similar to his films, rather than the direct scares that original director Scott Derrickson pushed for.

With the reality-bending story, a sequel to Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch bow, the induction of new characters like America Chavez and the potential for a whole lot of exciting cameos, this film has a lot to cram into its two-hour playing time.

We will know very soon if Waldron and Raimi managed to make it work. The embargo on social media for the film will be lifted after the world premiere on May 2, and the full review embargo expires on May 3 at. 06.00 PT.

Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness coming to the cinema on May 6th.

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