‘We could have gone even further’: Benedict Cumberbatch admits he created Bizarre musical battle Doctor Strange vs Sinister Strange, wanted to make it even darker

by Benedict Cumberbatch Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was an action-packed bonanza of jumps, twists, cameos, and multiple singular face personalities. The film had a balance of horror and action, a sense of thrill, and always being on the edge of our seats was a common sight in theaters.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
A photo of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Sam Raimi’s Return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe After His Spider-Man Trilogy with Tobey Maguire, had been highly anticipated. Every scene had an extravagant sense of amazement towards her. The film itself shared world-hopping characteristics as well as combat sequences that, if called creative, would be an understatement. One such scene would be the Battle of the Strangers.

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Benedict Cumberbatch had a hand behind Doctor Strange V Sinister Strange

The beautifully wraparound scene where Doctor Strange faces off against Sinister Strange had a rather unique fight sequence to the eyes. The musical notes that are known to calm his listeners had in this case torn and shredded the two adversaries.

Sinister Strange Third Eye
Sinister Strange Third Eye

Benedict Cumberbatch said in a recent interview with prestige online how he felt about the scene before it was rendered. He thought it lacked an element of darkness and needed to be darker to match the character of Sinister Strange. He offered to make some changes to the battle and even continued to write parts of it.

“I suggested it needed to go darker at some point. There was a bit sweeter version at some point and I’m really happy with how it turned out. Sam Raimi was so into that and Michael Waldron was really supportive of me writing it too. We turned what was a very small fight between the two into a very weird and inventive kind of battle at that point. I absolutely loved it.

Undead Doctor Strange with Spirits of the Damned.
Undead Doctor Strange with Spirits of the Damned.

He indicated how The imitation game The actor would have liked if he had gone further with the look of a darker tone, but in the end, he was happy with the final product.

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Doctor Strange’s Darker Tones in the Multiverse of Madness

Following strange doctor had not one, but several superheroes co-starring. Although the film itself received lackluster reviews from most critics, the overall look of horror and darkness was highly praised.

Wanda Maximoff Fandom Wire
Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff

Elizabeth Olsen’s portrayal of Wanda Maximoff made fans lose their minds about how brilliant she was in the role. His approach to the darker aspects of his character really shocked many. The horror aspect as introduced by Sam Raimi and written by Michael Waldron, Wanda and Sinister Strange had been able to reach their ghastly aspects.

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Source: Independent wire

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