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'Doctor Strange' Trailer, Marvel's Tech Advances, And 'Infinity War'

Not only is Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton going to blow your mind - but Mads Mikkelsen looks so gnarly!

The third trailer for Doctor Strange was released recently, and with that, we're starting to see what to expect November 3. And can we just say, we're happy to see Hannibal's Mads Mikkelsen being as creepy as ever as the newest Marvel villain? #CrossingFandoms


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On top of that sick trailer, Marvel also just released a featurette to discuss how trippy Doctor Strange can now be with the technology that is available to match the comics - eluding to the mind bending atmosphere that Doctor Strange will achieve. Watch that here:

Universes Within - Marvel's Doctor Strange Featurette

Delve deep into the history, background, and inspiration behind Marvel's Doctor Strange, in theaters November 4!


According to ComicBook.com, not only will Benedict Cumberbatch's role as Doctor Strange will appear in Thor: Ragnarok,  but he's also been confirmed for The Avengers: Infinity War - which judging by the talent power in those films (AKA all the insane celebrity power), that's going to be one expensive movie.
For those of you who are diving even deeper into this nerd-dom, the "Infinity Stone" is one of the things that super-villain Thanos is in the market for, which means introducing Doctor Strange may be Marvel's way of introducing the Time Stone, housed within the Eye of Agamotto (something that will no doubt be introduced in Doctor Strange).

So far, the infinity stones are connected as follows (according to SlashFilm):

Space Stone (Blue): Tesseract (Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers)
Reality Stone (Red): Aether (Thor: The Dark World, Guardians Of The Galaxy)
Power Stone (Purple): Orb  (Guardians of the Galaxy)
Mind Stone (Yellow): Scepter (The Avengers, The Avengers: Age of Ultron)
In plain speak versus nerd-gibberish, what that means is, we've already seen most of these, and that eye thing hanging from Doctor Strange's neck might be more important than just a cool looking necklace.


November 3 can't come soon enough.


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