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.
A fan made title sequence for Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange big screen adaptation scheduled for November 4th next year. Hit the jump to check it out.
The Revenge of the Sith star confirms he was "in the mix" to play Stephen Strange, and implies he wants a crack at playing another superhero given the Sorcerer Supreme didn't pan out. Check it out!
Chiwetel Ejiofor (Children of Men) missed out on playing the villain in Spectre, but he's now in early talks with Marvel Studios to take on a leading role in Doctor Strange alongside Benedict Cumberbatch? Will he be Baron Mordo or The Ancient One? You can find out the latest details here...
There has been much speculation regarding the character Daniel Bruhl will portray in 'Captain America: Civil War', and reportedly 'Doctor Strange' also. Here I examine a seemingly-ignored possibility.
The newly-announced Oscar nominee suggests that he has not lost interest in appearing in a comic book blockbuster despite auditioning for, and ultimately losing out on, multiple superhero/villain roles
We know Benedict Cumberbatch will suit up as Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme in their Doctor Strange adaptation, but several other actors were linked to the role before he won it, and one of them (Boyhood's Ethan Hawke) reckons he came "as close as anybody could"...
The British actor teases the Marvel adaptation will introduce a new element to the shared cinematic universe, and talks working with director Scott Derrickson, as well as what attracts him to the role!
A very cool piece of fan-art has started doing the rounds which once again transforms Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch into Marvel' Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange. Here's hoping he looks this good in Scott Derrickson's 2016 movie! Check it out...
LOL! In a new "Sony Hack" email, Sinister Six writer and director Drew Goddard reveals why he believes Tom Hardy should pick Sinister Six over Doctor Strange; "F*** you, magic tricks - we've got a skyscraper Tom Hardy knocking down buildings!!!!"
The director of the upcoming Marvel Studios film, Doctor Strange, has taken to twitter to share some artwork of Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular Sorcerer Supreme. Chances are this is fan-made, but there's the possibility it's some official concept art.
Three names have emerged as being in the running for the role of The Ancient One in Doctor Strange, and they're all very different as you can tell from The Dark Knight actor mentioned in the headline! Hit the jump to find out who might join Benedict Cumberbatch...
Fans were full of excitement when it was officially announced that Benedict Cumberbatch would be playing Doctor Strange. But could we see him in the role much sooner than originally suspected? A new rumour says that he may pop up in Avengers: Age of Ultron!
Now that Benedict Cumberbatch has been officially confirmed as our big-screen Doctor Strange, the man that looked likely to take the role for a while leading up to that can speak a bit more freely. He still won't really discuss how far he came, but does reveal how much he enjoys Marvel's films.
After months of denials, Benedict Cumberbatch is finally able to talk about being cast as Doctor Strange in the highly anticipated Marvel Studios movie from director Scott Derrickson. He can't say much, but hit the jump to find out how he feels about playing the Sorcerer Supreme...
It was a long time coming, but this week finally saw Marvel confirm that Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch will play the Sorcerer Supreme in 2016's Doctor Strange. Some love the casting, others hate it, but how do you feel? Here's your chance to let us know...
Finally! After months of speculation, and weeks of Benedict Cumberbatch dodging questions about the role, Marvel have officially announced that the Sherlock star will suit up as the Sorcerer Supreme in 2016. Hit the jump for details and comments from those involved...
If you'd care to see the latest attempt to get Benedict Cumberbatch to confirm or just acknowledge that he'll be playing Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme on the big-screen, hit the jump and watch this interview
For the first time since the actor entered final talks with Marvel Studios, Benedict Cumberbatch has been asked about his titular Doctor Strange role. Check out his reaction after the jump!
Without going into great detail, actor Joaquin Phoenix has finally addressed rumors that he was almost Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme, and he also reveals certain comic books he's fond of. Check it out!
Even though Benedict Cumberbatch is all but confirmed to play Dr. Stephen Strange for Marvel Studios, hit the jump and check out how the Star Trek Into Darkness star may appear as the Sorcerer Supreme.
Though the interview took place before he emerged as the frontrunner for the role of the Sorcerer Supreme in Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch's (Sherlock) reaction to being quizzed about the role here could be very telling. Check it out!
Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) has been a fan-favourite choice to play Doctor Strange since long before he entered talks with Marvel recently, but this latest piece of fan-art may give us our best idea yet at how he'll look if and when he stars in the Scott Derrickson helmed 2016 release...
An extended Q&A with Kevin Feige has surfaced following Marvel Studios' Phase Three announcements, where the producer tries answering many burning questions from the press. Check it out after the jump!
Hit the jump and check out what Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige had to say about the newly-revealed Phase Three lineup, which includes Thor: Ragnarok and Inhumans, among several others!
A new report has revealed that Stephen Strange will be getting his own ongoing series for the first time in years, with a creative team locked in and ready to go for a launch next year. Hit the jump for more details.