One of the most important aspects of a Marvel movie is its post-credits scene. From Iron Man’s introduction to the Avengers initiative, to the reveal of Thanos, to the promise that someone will return in future adventures, it’s always interesting to see what surprises the MCU has in store for us. Thus, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is no exception, and here we tell you what the two post-credits scenes mean.
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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It has two post-credits scenes. The first is focused on the character’s next great adventure. As Strange happily walks down the street, Clea, played by Charlize Theron, unexpectedly appears, asking the hero to help her solve a problem that seems to involve the Dark Dimension, which we briefly saw in the first film of this character. Strange, now with a third eye, this after using the Darkhold, and Clea enter a portal, and the scene ends.
Although at the moment there is no information about a third Doctor Strange movie, the magician’s request could tell us what will happen to this character. In the comics, Clea is the niece of Dormammu, the great main villain of the first Doctor Strange movie.. Alongside this, she has fallen in love with Strange on multiple occasions.
What is most striking, however, is that she is the current Sorcerer Supreme in the comics, since Strange has died. In this way, the character of Benedict Cumberbatch could well follow in the footsteps of Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man and Chris Evans’ Captain America, and retire from the MCU in the future.
On the other hand, the second post-credits scene is much simpler, and is on par with what we saw in Spider-Man: Homecoming. In a previous scene of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a pizza vendor appears to us, and is a character in charge of Bruce Campbell, a frequent collaborator of Sam Raimi, director of this film. At the time, the poor man was spelled to hit himself over and over again. Nevertheless, after the credits we can see this character escaping from his curse. Nothing special.
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Although Clea’s appearance opens up endless possibilities for the MCU, I’m a bit disappointed that these two scenes aren’t really worth it. With Kang’s danger looming, this was the perfect time to introduce this villain, in a similar fashion to Thanos in avengers. He also hoped for some relationship with LOKIor see why Wanda was not dead.
Via: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
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