The Future of Phase 4 of Marvel's Film Space is currently underway after the Avengers: Endgame, but it seems that another movie could soon enter the production. According to a new report from Discussing Film, Doctor Strange 2 will reportedly begin recording in January 2020, and production should take place in the UK.
This is partly in line with the statements of the star of the franchise Benedict Wong, who teased us with the film being able to enter production in 2020.
"I know they now have a movie-related scriptwriter, whom I met at the premiere of the movie Endgame," Wong explained. "So I think it could happen sometime next year."
About the sequel is in one way or the other from the original Doctor Strange film from 2016, but very little news has come to us since then. Scott Derrickson and his screenwriter, C. Robert Cargill, are believed to be returning, with a date of release that is believed to be in May 2021. With the fact that we saw Strange in three MCU films after his solo adventure, it will be interesting to see where this continuation will take him.
Of course, there is always the question of the Doctor Strange 2 movie, with recent rumors that Brother Voodoo and Clea will appear in the movie. Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Eiyofor), who in post-loan scenes prepared for the bad guy of this sequel, is long believed to have some return to this film.
"For those who follow the comics, you know that Baron Mordo has a very special story, and that's something we talked to Chiwetel during the making of the first movie," Cargill said in a previous interview. "And part of the reason why Chiwetel wanted to play Mordoa is that he has the final end as a character and that's such a fascinating ending. And I know that whether we are connected or not, Marvel plans to work towards that region and make Mordoa much more than a normal villain, but actually, it will take him to Loki's level of fantastic. That's the goal with him. "
Are you excited about what Doctor Strange 2 might start shooting next year?