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‘Doctor Strange’ sequel’s post
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” has two post-credits scenes, one of which hints at the next big war in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
‘Doctor Strange’ sequel’s post-credits scenes, explained
‘Doctor Strange’ sequel’s post-credits scenes, explained One of them hints at the next big war in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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May 8, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. EDT
Xochitl Gomez, Benedict Wong and Benedict Cumberbatch star in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” (Marvel Studios/AP)
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” saved the last of its many supersecret cameos for the first of two post-credits scenes.
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In her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut, Charlize Theron shows up as a character (rumored to be Clea from the comics) who calls out to Doctor Strange and warns him that he has caused an “incursion.” That word is a big clue as to the future of Marvel Studios’ ongoing connected adventures. Incursions, as revealed during “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” are when two universes collide. The destruction and loss of life is rampant and only one universe is left standing.
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Incursions were a part of Secret Wars, a Marvel comic book event from the ’80s and, most recently, 2015. A new Secret Wars could be the next big MCU event, with the same scope and impact of “Infinity War” and “Endgame.”
One of the key themes of “Multiverse of Madness” is traveling through alternate universes, thanks to the introduction of America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez), whose power is her ability to do exactly that. But walking into a universe that is not your own has consequences, and those consequences are, you guessed it: incursions.
Theron’s character literally slices a hole in the fabric of the reality around Doctor Strange, revealing another universe on the other side. She says there’s work to be done if Strange doesn’t want the incursion to destroy everything around him, and they dive into the other universe together.
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Not nearly as dramatic is the second post-credits scene, featuring the comedic chops of Bruce Campbell. He has frequently made cameos in Sam Raimi’s films after starring in the director’s “Evil Dead” franchise (remember when he was the ring announcer in the first “Spider-Man” movie?), and appears at the beginning of “Multiverse of Madness” as the Pizza Papa after Doctor Strange and America Chavez land in a universe that’s not their own. In that scene, after a confrontation, Doctor Strange uses a little sorcery to make Campbell’s character begin punching his own face repeatedly.
When America Chavez asks how long the Pizza Papa will keep punching himself, Strange says it could be quite a while. Weeks, maybe.
As the second post-credits scene begins, we see Campbell’s self-inflicting punches finally stop. He looks directly into the camera and says, “It’s over.” A nod to the end of his self-punishment and to the end of “Multiverse of Madness.”
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Doctor Strange 2: How Many Post
With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hitting theaters this week, how many post-credits scenes can we expect?
'Doctor Strange 2': How Many Post-Credit Scenes Does 'Multiverse of Madness' Have?
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One for each universe?
Editor's note: The below article contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the biggest movie of the year, and fans have been able to experience the full potential of the Marvel multiverse. The film sees Benedict Cumberbatch return as the master of the mystic arts as he goes on a multiversal adventure with America Chavez and battles a corrupted Scarlet Witch. Like nearly all MCU films, Doctor Strange 2 features multiple post-credit scenes, and we’re breaking it all down for you.
The film features two scenes after the end of the story. The first scene is a mid-credits stinger setting up more of what to expect from Doctor Strange in the future. We see Stephen walking down the street when he suddenly comes face-to-face with Clea, played by Charlize Theron (F9). This marks Theron’s Marvel Cinematic Universe debut and serves as the live-action introduction to the Dark Dimension’s Sorcerer Supreme.COLLIDER VIDEO OF THE DAY
In the comics, Clea and Doctor Strange meet during a conflict with the villain, Dormammu, and the two fall in love and eventually get married. We know that Strange defeated Dormammu in the first film, and so as the two embark on a new adventure, we have to assume that either the villain has escaped or they’ll face an entirely new conflict. This scene will likely lead into Doctor Strange 3 or whenever we see Cumberbatch don the Cloak of Levitation once more. Charlize Theron recently shared the first official look at her character via her social media.
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Doctor Strange 2 continues the trend we’ve come to expect from Marvel and their post-credit scenes. The first will usually tease a future installment, while the second is a fun Easter egg or callback for fans. After all the credits roll, the second scene is an excellent callback to a moment earlier in the film.
The final scene sees Bruce Campbell’s character, Pizza Poppa, return, and Strange’s spell finally ends. Earlier in the film, when America Chavez accidentally steals pizza balls, Poppa gets into an argument with the two travelers. This resulted in Strange casting a spell that had Pizza Poppa punching himself for days. As the post-credits scene plays out, Campbell can finally rest and simply exclaims, “It’s finally over!” The screen fades to black and reassures fans that Doctor Strange will return. For more information on these two post-credits scenes, click here.
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Doctor Strange 2’s two credits scenes, explained
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has two after-credits scenes, one in the middle that teases Stephen Strange’s next adventure and a new MCU character, and one great joke at the very end.
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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has a mid-credits and an after-credits scene
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Doctor Strange’s latest adventure is here and, like all Marvel movies, it’s got plenty of setups for where the series could go next. While most of these happen during the course of Stephen Strange’s journey through the multiverse, the movie saves the biggest one for the credits.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has two credits scenes, one that happens midway through and another that comes after the final credits have rolled. In case you’re pressed for time, only the movie’s first teaser seems relevant to the wider MCU story, but the second one is definitely worth sticking around for too.
[Ed. note: This story contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.]
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The mid-credits scene starts with Doctor Strange walking down the street after his third eye has opened in the closing scene of the movie, when he’s suddenly interrupted by a new interdimensional traveler.
The woman doesn’t introduce herself, but in the film’s credits she’s listed as “Clea,” as played by Charlize Theron. In the universe of Marvel Comics, Clea is Stephen Strange’s on-again-off-again wife and fellow adventurer — the closest thing he has to a regular love interest. Hailing from another dimension entirely, she’s also a sorcerer of great renown, and following Stephen’s recent death in the comics, she’s currently the Sorcerer Supreme.
Clea tells Stephen that he’s caused an Incursion and that they need to go fix things. When she asks if he’s ready to go, his third eye opens, he says he’s ready, and they hop through the portal she opened.
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Clea’s comic book origin story is a little complicated, especially for the movie version of Stephen. Her father is Prince Orini, a former ruler of the Dark Dimension and a loyal servant of Dormammu, who Strange defeated in his first solo MCU movie. It’s unclear what Clea’s MCU origin will be, or what her power set might include, but we at least know that she can teleport between what appear to be different dimensions — a power that would match the version of the character in the comics.
The movie’s other teaser scene, at the very end of the credits, takes us back to Earth-838, the world of the Illuminati, and the story of the pizza vendor played by Bruce Campbell. Finally, after what was apparently weeks of hitting himself in the face, Campbell’s character regains control of his limbs. After celebrating the fact that he’s no longer beating himself up, he then looks into the camera and shouts, “It’s over!” giving the movie one last gag to let audiences know to leave the theater.
While the Clea scene is clearly a tease for Doctor Strange’s next MCU adventure, it’s almost impossible to say what exactly it could mean. After all, in an infinite multiverse, there are also an infinite opportunities for sequels.