Benedict Cumberbatch Loses The Cloak In More DOCTOR STRANGE Set Pics With Chiwetel Ejiofor

Benedict Cumberbatch Loses The Cloak In More DOCTOR STRANGE Set Pics With Chiwetel Ejiofor

Benedict Cumberbatch Loses The Cloak In More DOCTOR STRANGE Set Pics With Chiwetel Ejiofor

Here we have another great batch of Doctor Strange set pics featuring the Sorcerer Supreme getting more action alongside Baron Mordo, and by himself as he ditches the Cloak of Levitation

It appears trouble will be coming for the Sorcerer Supreme right at the front doorstep of his Sanctum Sanctorum, at least judging by these new photos and those posted earlier today from the Doctor Strange set in New York City. Which is where stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Chiwetel Ejiofor were both spotted in full glory as Stephen Strange and Baron Mordo, respectively, while filming multiple action scenes in which they flee from mysterious men.

In addition to more shots of Cumberbatch and Ejiofor running at a different location now surrounded by green screen, this new batch of Doctor Strange set photos (via Zimbio) has the leading man shooting a scene by himself, sporting the same bruises and full costume albeit without Strange’s trademark Cloak of Levitation. He’s seen exiting a building startled, and then heading towards the street while gazing upwards. Is someting parting the sky?


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In between filming today, Benedict Cumberbatch was spotted off-set sitting down at a diner with his wife while still in full costume as the Sorcerer Supreme. Check out that neat photo below, plus even more set footage of what was shot earlier today. What do you think?





Directed by Scott Derrickson, Doctor Strange has Benedict Cumberbatch (Stephen Strange), Rachel McAdams (Christine Palmer?), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Baron Mordo), Amy Landecker, with Scott Adkins, Michael Stuhlbarg (Nicodemus West), Tilda Swinton (The Ancient One) and Mads Mikklesen, and the movie is scheduled to open in theaters on November 4, 2016.
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