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What to watch to catch up before Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

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After six years of teamwork and the threat of space, Dr. Strangelove is finally back in his own film. There have been many changes since Stephen Strange was Sorcerer Supreme in his first solo film. For one thing, it caused endless multiverse confusion. This means things can get a little tricky.

To help you prepare Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, We have put together a list of some of the movies you should watch. Of course, you can replay all Marvel movies, but that’s a daunting task and you probably won’t get many movies. Iron man 2 References from the latest addition of MCUs to the franchise.

If you want to catch all the important stories from Doctor Strange’s latest adventures, don’t miss the first two episodes. They are probably not essential to understanding the story, but watching these six movies, two TV shows, and two episodes is very helpful. The last episode is completely optional, but contains some of our best (and stupidest) guesses about which cameos are important.

[Ed. note: This post may or may not contain spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — it really depends on how good we are at guessing.]

Benedict Cumberbatch plays the seemingly evil Doctor Strange in the crazy Multiverse Doctor Strange.

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At least (mainly Stephen’s story)

This list mainly includes all the movies that have Steven Strange on his behalf. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.. The list contains the story of his origin, the greatest battle, and the worst decision. But it also has some additional bonuses, LokiHelp take a crash course with Marvel Multiverse and Doctor Strange animations Estimate …? A chapter just to let you know how strange and bad things can happen in infinite reality.

  • Strange doctor
  • Avengers: Infinity War
  • Avengers: Endgame
  • Wandavision
  • Loki
  • “What if … Dr. Strange loses his heart instead of his hand?” »»
  • Spider-Man: No Coming Home

Wanda Maximoff in full scarlet witch mode

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Wanda’s essentials

That’s all you need to follow your Wanda Maximoff journey so far. This doesn’t answer all the questions about the Multiverse exactly, so it’s probably best to combine it with Stephen’s list above, but some in case the Scarlet Witch story could be everything. Dilemma has been added.This list also has sections Estimate …? Including Zombie Wanda … it looks like it will lead to a new Marvel movie.

  • Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • Captain America: Civil War
  • Avengers: Infinity War
  • Avengers: Endgame
  • “What if … zombies?” »»
  • Wandavision

Dr. Strange was asked by someone like Patrick Stewart

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Optimistic in every respect

This goes beyond the MCU add-on. Of course, you can definitely replay all Marvel movies before. Crazy multiverse, But you already know it. If you’ve come this far to investigate how important non-MCU movies are, here’s a list-at least our best guess on this subject.

  • X-Men- If Patrick Stewart actually plays Professor X in this movie, it’s worth watching when he first appears.
  • Float (2003) ―――― Eric Bana’s Hulk is the least needed, weirdest and least beloved cameo possible. That’s why they should.
  • Fantasy 4: The Rise of Silver Surfers — Listen, this movie is bad, but with all the Fantastic Four hits, including Galactus, Silver Surfer, and Doctor Doom, Marvel is as bold as promoting Reed Richards and his family. If you want, this may be a good start. ..
  • X-Men: Future Past Days- This captures every bit of every X-Men universe we may or may not enter. Crazy multiverse..
  • dead pool – It’s a bit self-explanatory. Deadpool may appear in this movie.
  • For humans- One of the latest trailers of Crazy multiverse He talks directly about the Illuminati (the smartest and most politically powerful superhero, the dark gang of Marvel Comics), so you could see a cameo (or more) from Black Bolt, a key member of the Illuminati. It’s very expensive. Non-human. Black Bolt was also Marvel’s 2017 star. In humans The series was canceled after one season.

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What to watch to catch up before Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

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After six long years of team-ups and cosmic threats, Doctor Strange is finally back for his own movie. Quite a bit has changed for Stephen Strange since he became the Sorcerer Supreme back in his first solo movie. For one thing, he’s opened up the chaos of the infinite multiverse, which means things could get a little complicated for the sequel.
To help you get ready for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, we’ve put together a few lists of the movies you should catch up on. Of course, you could just watch all the Marvel movies again, but that’s a lot of work and you’re probably not going get a lot of Iron Man 2 references out of the MCU’s latest addition to the franchise.
The first two sections are what you should watch if you hope to pick up on all the important story beats of Doctor Strange’s latest adventure. They’re probably not necessary for understanding the story, but watching these six movies, two series, and two episodes will help quite a bit. The last section is entirely optional, but it has a few of our best (and most ridiculous) guesses about which cameos could turn out to be important.
[Ed. note: This post may or may not contain spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — it really depends on how good we are at guessing.]

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The bare minimum (Stephen’s story, mostly)
This list is mostly all of the movies that brought Stephen Strange to where he is at the beginning of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The list has his origin story, his biggest battles, and his worst decisions. But it’s also got a few added bonuses, like Loki, to help give you a crash course in Marvel’s multiverse, as well as Doctor Strange’s animated What If…? episode, just to let you know how weird and bad things could get in the infinite realities.
Doctor Strange
Avengers: Infinity War
Avengers: Endgame
WandaVision
Loki
“What If… Doctor Strange Lost His Heart Instead of His Hands?”
Spider-Man: No Way Home

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The Wanda essentials
This is everything you need to catch up on Wanda Maximoff’s journey so far. It won’t quite answer all your multiverse questions, so it’s probably best paired with the Stephen list above, but we’ve included a few double-ups in case Scarlet Witch’s story is the only thing you need a refresher on. This list also has an episode of What If…? that includes Zombie Wanda, which … seems like it’s going to be relevant to Marvel’s new movie.
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Captain America: Civil War
Avengers: Infinity War
Avengers: Endgame
“What If… Zombies?!”
WandaVision

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The multiversal optimist
This one goes a step beyond even the MCU completionists. Sure, you could definitely watch all the Marvel movies again before Multiverse of Madness, but you already knew that. If you’ve made it this far, it’s because you’re looking for what non-MCU movies might be important this time around, so that’s what this list is — at least, it’s our best guesses on the topic.

X-Men — If Patrick Stewart really is playing Professor X in this movie, then it’s worth going back to watch the first time he took the role.

Hulk (2003) — Eric Bana’s Hulk is easily the least essential, weirdest, and least beloved cameo possible. That’s why they should do it.

Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer — Look, this movie’s bad, but it does give us all of the Fantastic Four hits, including Galactus, the Silver Surfer, and Doctor Doom, so it could be a good primer if Marvel wants to do something daring like introduce Reed Richards and his family.

X-Men: Days of Future Past — This is a bit of a catch-all for every X-Men universe we may or may not get in Multiverse of Madness.

Deadpool — This one kind of explains itself. Deadpool could be in this movie.

Inhumans — One of the last trailers for Multiverse of Madness directly mentions the Illuminati (a shadowy Marvel Comics cabal made up of the smartest and most politically powerful superheroes), so it’s very possible we could see a cameo (or more) from prominent member of the Illuminati, Black Bolt, king of the Inhumans. Black Bolt also happened to have been the star of Marvel’s 2017 Inhumans TV series, which was canceled after one season.

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