DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS Rumored To Include New Comic Accurate Costume For The Hero
While Benedict Cumberbatch's Sorcerer Supreme has always looks pretty cool in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a new rumour claims Sam Raimi will give the hero a new comic accurate outfit in the sequel...
Marvel Studios has always done a great job with the costumes worn by the Marvel Cinematic Universe's biggest heroes and villains, but it sounds like big changes might be in store for Doctor Strange. While the Sorcerer Supreme has looked pretty cool up until now, it seems Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness director Sam Raimi has some ideas of his own.
According to Discussing Film, "one source just teased to us that the crew have designed a new, comic accurate look for Doctor Strange himself."
We don't have any further details when it comes to what that might look like, but it's no secret that Raimi is a huge fan of Steve Ditko's artwork.
There's lots Raimi could do with the character, and it makes sense to change his appearance for a movie which not only looks set to embrace the idea of the Multiverse, but show the Scarlet Witch suited up in her own comic accurate costume. This feels like the right move from Strange, especially as he's likely fully embraced his role as Earth's Sorcerer Supreme after everything that's happened.
Shooting is currently taking place on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, so stay tuned for more (as a first look of some sort might not be too far away at this point).