As of now Marvel fans all around the world are on their tiptoes expecting more news on Doctor Strange at the San Diego Comic-Con 2016. The studio has already confirmed the movie will be a part of their panel at SDCC 2016. But what can we expect?
Earlier this week, we came across a theatrical poster of Doctor Strange. While some fans questioned its authenticity due its low-res quality, it certainly seemed to be a teaser for the upcoming reveal at the panel.
While there are speculations suggesting a trailer screening at the panel for Doctor Strange, the growing hype suggests its likely to happen. We recently came across an image from SDCC 2016 as Marvel is setting up its glamorous panel.
The image below reveals the big Marvel logo at the booth. We can also see promo logos of Doctor Strange. As the uploader said, “looks like they’re pushing Doctor Strange hard.” Marvel’s level of promotion is a convincing factor for fans expecting new footage from the movie.
Marvel studio has been keeping news on the movie low profile. Earlier in June, we came across a teaser through LEGO. The image revealed Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange costume.
It has also been confirmed that Mads Mikkelsen will be the main protagonist in the movie. The actor will be playing the role of Kaecilius. The villain is known as the disciple of Baron Mordo, appearing first in Marvel Comics’s Strange Tales #130.
There were early speculations suggesting Marvel could screen behind-the-scenes of Spider-man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok. But a new report suggests Spidey news won’t be part of the panel.
Directed by Scott Derrickson Doctor Strange will be released on November 4th, 2016. To know more about Marvel’s panel schedule or to watch it’s live stream, click here. Fans are also expecting news on Captain Marvel as Brie Larson will also be present at SDCC for Kong: Skull Island.
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