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Must Watch: Second Mesmerizing Trailer for Marvel's 'Doctor Strange'

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July 23, 2016
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Doctor Strange Trailer

"Be careful which path you travel down, Strange…" Marvel Studios unveiled another official trailer during Comic-Con for Doctor Strange, the upcoming super hero movie directed by Scott Derrickson. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the Sorcerer Supreme, a comic book superhero that gains his special mystical powers after meeting "The Ancient One", played by Tilda Swinton. The full cast in this features Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen, Scott Adkins, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Stuhlbarg and Benedict Wong. The first teaser trailer was amazing, showing lots of trippy imagery, and this one follows-up with even more mind-blowing, mesmerizing footage. I love the shots of New York City folding into itself, and just about everything else. I have no idea what's going on in this, but I am so frickin' excited to see it. Bring it on.

Here's the second official (Comic-Con) trailer for Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange, from YouTube:

Doctor Strange New York City

You can still see the first teaser trailer for Marvel's Doctor Strange here, to see more footage from this.

Doctor Strange Poster

Benedict Cumberbatch plays Doctor Strange and Tilda Swinton plays The Ancient One. The script was originally written by Thomas Dean Donnelly & Joshua Oppenheimer, with work by Jon Spaihts. Doctor Strange follows a once brilliant neurosurgeon forced into retirement after a car accident destroys his once skilled hands. He then meets the Ancient One on a trip to Tibet and learns to become the Sorcerer Supreme. After filming in London for the last four months, the film is being prepared for release this fall. Doctor Strange is directed by American filmmaker Scott Derrickson, of the films The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Sinister and Deliver Us from Evil previously. Disney will release Marvel's Doctor Strange in theaters everywhere starting November 4th, 2016 later this year. How does that look?

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  • The director is probably a huge Nolan fan. I don't like this kaleidoscope effect. But hey! there is Cumberbatch, Chiwetel, Mikkelsen and Swinton in it. What's not to like? did you notice that since Star Wars TFA, every blockbuster movie uses this piano motif in their trailers? I'm not complaining. It plays great.
    • Steven
      Yeah its got elements on Inception and Batman Begins. Felt a little wrong.........hope I'm wrong.
    • cuckoozey
      Probably? This looks like Inception: The Superhero Edition...
  • toonfed
    Oh sí! Me gusta
  • Mark
    This was a hell of a trailer. Very excited for this movie, they seem to be treating this mysticism with great reverence. Can't wait.
  • Jon Odishaw
    I'm so glad Scott Derickson is breaking out. Sinister was amazing and Deliver us from evil is criminally underrated. I know this isn't horror but he appears to have killed it.
    • Trey
      I agree with everything you said....
  • DAVIDPD
    "It's not lupus."
  • Payne by name
    I like the more low key Marvel films and will give this a go but I don't know if I'm going to struggle with the whole ignoring reality thing. It's great to see stunning visuals by my mind needs a frame of reference to grasp whilst watching. It was liked when I watched inception. If it was all imaginary and in a dream then why weren't the characters calling up unicorns and pie throwing dolphins to fight their battles.
    • Do you dream of unicorns and pie throwing dolphins? just asking. ;D
      • Payne by name
        If there is an occasion or situation where the only way out is with horned horses and savoury throwing water based mammals!
        • Unless you get a 92°F fever or you abuse of LSD, no way you could dream of a pink flying horse smiling at you. ;D Our subconscious is grounded in reality. It can be sometimes creative, but nothing remotely close to the Picasso universe.
    • TheOct8pus
      I'd pay to see pie throwing dolphins
  • shiboleth
    Yeah, Mads Mikellsen does look like a decent villain. But I somehow care less and less about those films which are trying to sell the story between good and bad overstuffed with, huh, stunning visuals. Will wait for reviews although I am sure I'll probably see it with my friends who are usually eager for stuff like this. Beer after watching this might be the key event. Well, it needs to have some purpose, right?.
    • Bo
      I agree. But, with Mads...anything with Mads...he looks 'interesting' in this one. I always like Chiwetel too. The main guy is okay, Cumberbunch is it?...but he's a little too soft for me to accept as a leading man hero. He's a decent kind of talented but still English actor. Would rather see the likes of Mads actually. Oh well...I'll pass on this none-the-less.
      • shiboleth
        Yeah, I can live with this acting crew, too. But what really bother is that there's no measure in making films but mostly those that what we can label escapism. It's like Hollywood has given up the effort to understand reality. These days, while commenting here new films, I am trying as much as possible to find good films between 1960s and 1990s. From all of the places. American, Italian, English, French, German, Spanish or outside of Europe and US since I really miss true filmmaking. And it's rewarding, since I find out there are still good movies I haven't seen or I saw them when I was too young. So, yeah, I am also thinking about avoiding many of these here. But also,I will be dragged into some of them with some of my friends who I don't intend to ignore... Cheers
        • Bo
          Good post, shiboleth, as always. I am lucky as I'm 70 yrs. old and was of an age in the 60's when I started being seriously interested in film and working in the film business that I saw many, many good films from around the world during that period. When the blockbuster mentality hit Hollywood in the mid '70's with movies like Jaws and Star Wars movies started sliding downhill. They started catering to the masses for that blockbuster money making capitalistic thing of America. Movies like Rocky and other maudlin, sentimental stuff....Close Encounters, Indiana Jones..etc. We are seeing it heightened to a point of madness now with the super hero, comic book movies that have infantilized audiences to such a low level any intelligent person is left frustrated and lacking for decent mature movies to watch. Such is the world we live in today. There are gems that come out sometimes, but one has to pay attention and look for them and relish them when they come out way....take care. Cheers.
          • Hear ya. Did you see Leviathan? Great movie.
          • Bo
            I assume you mean the Russian film of 2014 and not the American film of 1989, right?...the latter was a stinker. I did not, for some reason that I can't remember, see the Russian film. I remember it and the great reviews it got, but let it slip by me somehow. Pity as it'll never come around on my cable which is where I watch all movies these days. Thanks for the heads up on it, tarek, as I'll keep it in mind and perhaps the Universe will bring it my way again.
          • The Russian one of course. Very Tolstoi-esque. I hope you'll have the chance to watch it someday down the road.
          • Bo
            Me too. And I thought as such regarding that you were no doubt referencing the Russian film. Now I'm bummed that I never got to see it...lol...
      • Anything with Mads ? Hummm. Not so sure. You probably didn't see Michael Kohlhaas. or did you? ;D
        • Bo
          I did not...see it. I did read that he was pretty good in it though, even if the film itself wasn't so good. No? Perhaps I might have written....'most' anything with Mads, eh? Cheers.
          • The movie was indeed dry and boring, and didn't do justice to the book it was adapted from. Mads had to deal with the material they handed him. He was wasted in this movie. I prefer by far The Salvation, which was also a revenge story, but with a good script, and with an indie approach.
          • Bo
            We really seem to have the same taste in movies, tarek. I really liked The Salvation. A lot. Mads was great in it and I was very impressed with Eva Green's performance. I've always liked her, but she really was terrific in this picture and never uttered a word. I liked that a lot. Later gator.
      • Bob
        lol....you try too hard
    • Butchy Butch
      Yeah, but are those visuals really stunning anymore? Just more and more of the same. Not a one bit of original idea. This entire trailer left me cold.
      • shiboleth
        Feel you, what else can I say ...
  • redskulllives
    hmmmmm ....... is the jewishtica star in the background of the movie poster?
    • Nope. It's a Kaleidoscope effect. Looks more like a 8 branches star.
  • At first I thought this was a sequel to the Imitation Game: this time Alan Turing grows a goatee and whips some ass. Then I realized it's another "super hero" movie.
  • Bob
    Looks fantastic
    • Bo
      The depth and intelligence of this post has quite literally knocked me to me to my knees. Really...knocked me right down to my knees with such profundity, Bobby boy!...lol...sorry, man...just couldn't resist as you invite such retorts...you poor sod, you!...lol...later gator...hand in there...
  • TheOct8pus
    At one point in the trailer...
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