Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange Doctor Strange is a Marvel comics character and "Master of the Mystic Arts," created by Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, who first appeared in Strange Tales #110 (July 1963).
The character has featured in several forms; animated television series; a tv movie, and direct-to-DVD animated film. In 2011, Marvel had the good Doctor listed as one of the properties they would be developing into live action movies.
The shortlist for Doctor Strange isn't so short, especially as Joaquin Phoenix and a number of other actors were added on Friday! Unless Marvel surprise us, we now have an idea of who may play the Sorcerer Surpreme, but which of them do you think is the best choice? Here's your chance to decide...
It's been a busy week for Doctor Strange casting rumours, but four frontrunners have emerged in the form of Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Colin Farrell (Seven Psychopaths), Keanu Reeves (The Matrix) and Joaquin Phoenix (Her). Wait, what?! Read on for details...
Drive and The Place Beyond the Pines star Ryan Gosling has shied away from superhero roles in the past, but The Hollywood Reporter now reveals that the dashing actor has met with Marvel Studios for Doctor Strange. Warner Bros. are also eyeing him for a lead role in one of their movies too!
A few reasons why I believe Timothy Olyphant(Deadwood and Justified) would be the perfect choice for the Sorcerer Supreme.
Following Ewan McGregor, five big name actors including Jake Gyllenhaal & Matthew McConaughey have reportedly made Marvel Studios' current shortlist for the Doctor Strange role. Check it out!
With Joaquin Phoenix bowing out of contention, a new potential candidate for the leading role in Marvel Studios' much-awaited Doctor Strange has been revealed to be Star Wars' Ewan McGregor!
Since Joaquin Phoenix departed Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange, Keanu Reeves (The Matrix) has become a fan-favourite choice to play the Sorcerer Supreme. Here, the actors responds to that support and reveals whether or not he would be interested in joining the Marvel movie...
Well, it seem we can continue speculating on who will play Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme as the studio has reportedly moved on from Her actor Joaquin Phoenix and continued its Doctor Strange search!
While Joaquin Phoenix is still considered a hot favourite to play the Sorcerer Supreme in Marvel's Doctor Strange, rumour has it that Ethan Hawke is a possible contender too. So, is he interested in reuniting with director Scott Derrickson? Absolutely! Hit the jump for details...
Remember the website, ThisIsInfamous? No? They're the website that have previously claimed that Jon Hamm was close to signing on for Dr. Strange, and then it was Jack Huston and today their dart has landed on Ethan Hawke ("Daybreakers").
Care to see how great Joaquin Phoenix may look as the Sorcerer Supreme in Marvel's Cinematic Universe? Hit the jump and check out this Doctor Strange concept poster by fanboy/artist AndrewSS7
As most of us expected, Doctor Strange has taken the July 8, 2016 release date that was previously announced by Marvel a while ago. Plus, like Ant-Man, it seems the production will move to Pinewood-Shepperton for a May 2015 shoot.
Though he's said to be in "final talks" for the role of Stephen Strange in Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange, others claim that he has simply met with Marvel and that Collider's report was very premature. Here, we have some possible details on why the Her star may end up passing...
It was revealed during last month's San Diego Comic-Con that Joaquin Phoenix (Her) was being eyed by Marvel for the lead role in Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange. Well, a new report claims that the actor has entered final talks and should soon be officially announced...
The Boardwalk Empire actor actually came very close to playing Star Lord in Guardians Of The Galaxy, but now a new report from ThisIsInfamous claims that Huston is still on Marvel's radar, and that he's one of the names in the running to play the Sorcerer Supreme.
Did the Mad Man actor ever meet with Marvel Studios to discuss potentially playing their Sorcerer Supreme? Based on what what Jon Hamm is telling Digital Spy, he most certainly did not. Check it out!
Devin Faraci recently suggested that Marvel's upcoming Doctor Strange film will not be an origin film. Does this bit support his claim?
Recently, Devin Faraci of Badass Digest, was a guest on the Meet The Movie Press podcast. During the broadcast he revealed that the new Doctor Strange film will not be origin story.
Here's some interesting Sorcerer Supreme related info nobody seems to have picked up from SDDCC. At the “Behind the Music: Crime, Death and Resurrection” panel, Scott Derrickson's Deliver Us From Evil composer Christopher Young sounded fairly confident that he'll land the gig..
With Dr. Strange officially being on Marvel's list of upcoming movies, and the fact I've been reading a few of his stories lately, I decided to give my two cents on how I'd make a Dr. Strange film . Check it out after the jump!
Here we have a few interesting tidbits relating to the Sorcerer Supreme that we didn't pick up from SDCC. Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige compares the planned adaptation to an "acid-trip", and references Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos when speaking about the inter-dimensional travel aspects.
The TDKR actor already threw his hat in the ring with a Tweet to Marvel back in February, but now he's elaborated on his desire to play the Sorcerer Supreme in a new interview with Empire Magazine. Find out what he had to say after the jump..
Kevin Feige talks about everything from the sight of Captain America's broken shield to the significance of Josh Brolin (Thanos) wearing the Infinity Gauntlet on stage at this past weekend's San Diego Comic-Con and much, much more. Hit the jump to check it out!
He came close to playing Lex Luthor in Zack Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, but Marvel are now said to be in talks with Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix for the lead role in the Scott Derrickson helmed Doctor Strange. Hit the jump for details!
After joking during the Penguins of Madagascar panel that he'd like to play Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme, Benedict Cumberbatch talks with MTV about rumors that he's in contention for the role. Check it out!