Doctor Strange 2: Marvel reveals the films and series that must be seen to understand the film

We’re nowhere near the premiere of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and the excitement of seeing the film must have many anxious. The safest thing is that if you are a fan you are up to date with all the MCU series and movies, but it is worth revisiting those products that are directly related to this film.

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Being part of a shared universe there are certain previous products that we cannot ignore to know exactly what the film is about. At this time the number of series and movies that come from the MCU are too many and it seems that running a marathon prior to each major event is becoming more and more complicated. Therefore it is better to choose what we should see and what we can leave out.

And Disney as kind as it is, has done us the favor of giving us the list of what we must see before embarking on the adventure that will be Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It’s through Binge Watch This we can see this list:

Disney says that the 4 most important MCU projects to see before Multiverse of Madness are the following:
1) Doctor Strange
2) Wanda Vision
3) WhatIf
4) SpidermanNoWayHome

Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme – 89% is the first appearance of the character played by Benedict Cumberbatch. In this film we know the main qualities that Stephen Strange has, such as his ingenuity, his great memory, and his natural talent for magic. On the other hand we are also presented with his stubbornness, arrogance and recklessness. While Strange has the quality of improvising solutions to problems when he’s cornered, it’s this very quality that can get him into a lot of trouble. Mordo played by Chiwetel Ejiofor makes it very clear at the end of the film, the consequences of breaking the rules will sooner or later reach them. In Doc Strange 2 We have already seen that the character of Mordo will appear again and the question that remains is to know if it is the same one that we know or if it is one from another universe.

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WandaVision – 95% is Marvel’s debut in the series and it is through Disney Plus that we were able to see this interesting product that completely deviated from the pattern we were used to. Being a tribute to several famous television programs that marked different generations, we see Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany as Vision. His characters, without apparent explanation, are trapped in a seemingly perfect life literally represented in television format. Meanwhile we see several Sword agents trying to explain what the hell is going on.

It is in this series that we first see an adult Monica Rambeau played by Teyonah Parris. We’re also introduced to Agatha Harkness, a villain we’re likely to see again. And more importantly for the first time we see the concept of Wanda being The Scarlet Witch, a being that is more powerful than the sorcerer supreme himself in Agatha’s words. At the end we see Wanda in possession of the Darkhold, a book of dark magic, with the intention of recovering her children. All this will be key to the plot of Doc Strange 2.

What If…? – 84% is probably Marvel’s least appreciated series, for coming in animation format, and maybe it’s that people underestimated how important it could be. In the format of unitary chapters, it shows us the life in other universes of characters that we already know. In this show we see agent Peggy Carter become Captain Carter instead of Captain America, a darker version of Doctor Strange and even a world overrun by zombies. The last spot of Doc Strange 2 seems to indicate that we will see Hayley Atwell as Captain Carter.

And finally we have Spider-Man: No Way Home – 92%, the movie phenomenon that left several fans speechless. After so much leaking and speculation, in December we finally saw the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as their respective versions of Spiderman. It is through Strange’s magic that all of this happens and while we are grateful in this universe, the consequences in his and other universes may befall him in his next film.

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