Five months after the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, talks regarding the film continue to develop. After the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, a lot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to change. Not only does the Peter Parker movie influence the character played by Tom Holland in a particular way, but it also resonates with the overall narrative that is unfolding in Phase 4.
A few days ago, Marvel and Disney released the first trailer for Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness. The clip shows how The Scarlet Witch and Doctor Strange will have to meet to solve different scenarios. Or not. There are voices that doubt the role of Wanda Maximoff, whom they see as a possible villain due to her personal pursuits.
However, one of the recent theories is not directly related to the above possibility. One of the possible discussions has to do with another part of the Marvel franchise, the X-Men and the mutant factor, which has been talked about for some time in relation to Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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The theory about Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness and the X-Men
Within the stories of the comics, the X-Men and various mutants play a key role; not only within his particular universe but in the combinations that occur in relation to other stories.
Of the adaptations, one of the most important those belonging to Marvel has to do with its animated series on the X-Men. However, when these narratives have gone to the cinema, the results have not left the best taste in the mouth. In that context, the events that will take place in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness could serve to incorporate some of those characters into Phase 4.
According to a review, We got this covered, the theory that is circulating in the following:
Wanda Maximoff accidentally opens up the multiverse after Spider-Man: No Way Home and has mutants enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The aforementioned portal cites the profile of MyTimeToShineHello, a well-known Twitter user specializing in leaking information and sharing analysis. We got this covered has shared part of the reactions of the followers about it and the result does not seem very encouraging. In general, the idea does not work for a part of the fandom.
What is the argument behind this idea? In the House of M crossover, The Scarlet Witch is the strongest of the beings that make up that tale. Part of the previous theory is justified from that point of view since Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness could rely on this story to develop the plot of the film. However, this is not yet clarified.