Sam Raimi Would ‘Absolutely’ Do Marvel Again After ‘Doctor Strange 2’: ‘The World’s Best Toy Box’
“Spider-Man” director Sam Raimi admittedly was “not that familiar” with Marvel films before helming “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” — the MCU installment now ushering in the next generation of Marvel storytelling.“I had seen ‘Iron Man,’ the first ‘Avengers,’ ‘Black Panther,’ and ‘Doctor Strange,’ and little clips of the other movies,” Raimi told Fandango.
“They’ve made 28 movies.
I’ve only really seen four or five.”But Raimi was a lifelong “giant fan” of the Marvel comic books, especially from the 1970s through 1990s.“I was super familiar with the characters, and their stories, and their interactions,” Raimi added.
“That’s what the Marvel movies are based on.”“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” picks up where record-breaking “Spider-Man: No Way Home” left off: Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) has created a tear in the universe, and other iterations of characters are now overlapping — i.e.
the three Spider-Men,
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