Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has taken fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on a journey to other worlds. The film, directed by Sam Raimi, has focused, above all, on that reality in which superheroes have formed a group called the Illuminati. The appearance of its members has been one of the most commented moments of the film starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen.
Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic ( John Krasinski ), Maria Rambeau / Captain Marvel ( Lashana Lynch ), Charles Xavier / Professor X ( Patrick Stewart ), Peggy Carter / Captain Carter ( Hayley Atwell ), and Blackagar Boltagon / Black Lightning ( Anson Mount ) are the characters and actors who have appeared in this new adventure of the Marvel wizard.
So that you do not miss any of these surprising cameos, we will tell you below who is who on Earth-838, the other universe to which Stephen Strange and América Chávez ( Xochitl Gómez ) travel from Earth-616, the universe in which they have The events of the UCM have elapsed since the first installment of the franchise: Iron Man.
Black Bolt is one of the members of the Illumination Earth-838. Also known by the name of Blackagar Boltagon, this superhero is an Inhuman and his power lies in his voice, which is tremendously destructive. Hence he does not speak unless he has to attack. In the comics, Black Lightning is the king of Attilan, a secret city located on the dark side of the moon where this group of superheroes lives, who emerged from experiments that the Kree -in Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel. met, are the blue-skinned aliens- they took out primitive humans to turn them into weapons. To do this, the Kree introduced the Inhuman gene. Many humans possess it, but it only activates if they are exposed to the Terrigen Mist. The one in charge of bringing Black Lightning to life in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is Anson Mount. The interpreter already got into the skin of this character in the failed series of Marvel Inhumans.
Captain Carter is a character introduced in the Disney+ animated series What If…? In this universe, it was Peggy Carter ( Hayley Atwell ) who underwent the experiment with the super-soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers ( Chris Evans ). In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Hayley Atwell, who played Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, plays Captain Carter.
On Earth-616 Carol Danvers ( Brie Larson ) is Captain Marvel, but on Earth-838 she is Maria Rambeau ( Lashana Lynch ). Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness does not specify how the latter acquired her powers. Lashana Lynch is the actress who plays Captain Marvel of Earth-838. The latter was the one who gave life to Maria Rambeau, Carol Danvers’s best friend, in Captain Marvel. Her daughter is Monica Rambeau ( Teyonah Parris ), a key character in Scarlet Witch and Vision, who became Photon when she acquired powers. and who we will see again in the sequel to Captain Marvel titled The Marvels.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness introduces Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, the leader of the Fantastic Four, from Earth-838. John Krasinski is in charge of interpreting him and his signing for this cameo is one of the most liked by fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actor was the favorite to play Reed Richards and Marvel Studios has given his fans a moment to remember. Fantastic Four is one of the future deliveries of Phase 4of the UCM, but we will have to wait to find out if Krasinsi also gets into the skin of Mr. Fantastic again on Earth-616 -if the film is set in that universe- or it will be another actor.
The trailers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness have already teased the appearance of Charles Xavier. Patrick Stewart, who has given life to the leader of Marvel’s mutants in the X-Men saga of 20th Century Fox – now baptized as 20th Century Studios after its purchase by Disney -, has returned as Professor X in the sequel to Doctor Strange (Doctor Strange). Earth-838’s Charles Xavier features a nod to the comics by introducing his iconic yellow wheelchair.
This cameo is not related to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it is a nod to the career of Sam Raimi. Bruce Campbell is in charge of interpreting, in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a seller of pizza balls on Earth-838. After a dispute, Stephen Strange ( Benedict Cumberbatch ) casts a spell on him with which he will spend a few weeks hitting his face. Campbell starred in the Raimi trilogy consisting of The Dead of Hell (1981), Terrifyingly Dead (1987), and Army of Darkness (1993). In addition, the actor also has cameos in the Spider-Man saga. by Raimi starring Tobey Maguire.