At the end of October, we learned that the team of the movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness to add new scenes and other cameos. The arrival of the multiverse on the big screen with Spider-Man: No Way Home leaves the door open to the craziest rumors (or not) about the next MCU movie.

While it is rumored that Tom Cruise could play a variant of Tony Stark, a colossal piece of information has just been released: James Marsden could well reprise his role as the famous mutant, Cyclops…

Imminent meeting between Doctor Strange and the X-Men?

Do you know Marianna Torres? Probably not. Yet, she is the official Portuguese voice of Elizabeth Olsen, the interpreter of Wanda Maximoff in the MCU. But what really interests us is the picture she put in her story a few days ago…

We see her posing with Manolo Rey, a professional dubbing too. He doubles Tobey Maguire. That’s all it took to make the connections between Sam Raimi, the director of the first three Spider-Man films, the dubbing artist and the original interpreter of Spider-Man in the cinema. Unfortunately, we’re going to ask you to calm down your ardor…

Yes, if you can get excited quickly, you have to look a little bit better at the picture in question. We can see “Mutante e orgulhoso” which means “Mutant and proud”, the X-Men’s motto. When we know that Manolo Rey, in addition to being the dubbing of Tobey Maguire, is also the dubbing of James Marsden, the actor who plays Cyclops in the X-Men movies, everything makes sense!

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So, it’s (almost) official, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness would introduce the famous mutants in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Especially since, for those who haven’t read the comics, we remind you that the father of the Red Witch is none other than Magneto. Everything makes sense, we tell you!

Now all we have to do is waitWe’ll see the release of the next Doctor Strange movie, on May 4th. One thing is certain, there will be a lot of cameos. But which ones?

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