One of the most visually stunning Marvel milestones that changed the MCU forever

One of the most visually stunning Marvel milestones that changed

Doctor Strange shows how the brilliant surgeon Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) becomes the eponymous Marvel superhero. But almost more important is the cornerstone of the multiverse that director Scott Derrickson lays in his blockbuster. On Sunday at 8:15 p.m., ProSieben will broadcast the film one of the most important MCU developments to date out of.

The multiverse from Doctor Strange has taken the MCU to a new level

In the Marvel film, the superhero is told by the Elder that there are parallel dimensions that all exist at the same time. Strange gets to feel the concept of the multiverse directly like a visually stunning trip when he is thrown directly into it in a crazy scene.

In the Ant-Man universe, the Quantum level one dimension of the multiverse introduced that allowed Thanos’ devastating flip to be undone in Avengers 4: Endgame.

In addition, the multiverse in the MCU also serves to Opening doors for characters from other comic book movie universes. The best example of this is the Marvel hit Spider-Man: No Way Home. Thanks to the multiverse, Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire have been brought together as Peter Parker in one blockbuster.

The first comprehensive introduction and explanation of the multiverse makes Doctor Strange one of the most important MCU films of all time. Podcast MCU: 6 Marvel characters who finally need their own series

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