Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It is the topic of the moment in the cinematographic world. Now that a large part of the fans have already had the opportunity to see it, and that Marvel itself seems to have given the green light to comment on spoilers, statements from the actors involved have begun to emerge. One of them is Patrick Stewartwho first played Professor Charles Xavier in the Cinematic Universe.
His appearance, yes, was not exactly a surprise, since one of the trailers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness he had already anticipated his cameo. While the fandom still talking about what happened in the film, Patrick Stewart took advantage of a chat with Variety to point out that is willing to retake his character in another Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.
“Carlos Javier? Yes, there could be another [aparición]. You know, the whole X-Men comic series is so big, so vast, that there might be a chance where it comes back. We’ll see.”
On the other hand, the aforementioned medium took advantage of the interview to ask him How was your experience on the set? from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Patrick Stewart replied:
“Well, it was a day and a half of work. I was in a very different environment than I had been in any of the X-Men movies. And just like Picard [Star Trek]He was grateful for that, because he was able to think in a fresh way about who he was and how he related to others. Like Star Trek: PicardAt first I wasn’t sure if it was a smart move. Given the Logan it had been such a powerful movie and because we saw him die in the arms of Hugh Jackman. So after seeing Doc Strange 2 Monday night, I’m very happy and very proud to have been a part of that.”
Will Patrick Stewart return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
At this point, though, it’s hard to tell if Kevin Feige and his minions have any plans to bring Patrick Stewart back. Indeed, the multiverse makes it easy to see it in another worldsince the version of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness met a fatal fate at the hands of the Scarlet Witch.
On the other hand, it is unlikely that Marvel Studios will use the actors of the past in its first approach to the X Men. These characters, who previously belonged to
20th Century Studios, are still waiting for their Marvel Cinematic Universe debut, but we’re unlikely to see them any time soon.
We recently told you that Kevin Feige, along with other creatives from Marvel Studios, are about to start a retirement for planning the next 10 years of the MCU. Not only on the big screen, but also in the Disney Plus series.
We are completely sure that the X-Men, as well as fantastic four Y dead pool, will be part of those conversations. In the case of the aforementioned groups of superheroes, both had representation in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. We are referring, of course, to Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and John Krasinski’s Reed Richards. The presence of the second was a complete surprise.