Doctor Strange Will Go Into the Dark Dimension. Doctor Strange is turning out to be one of Marvel’s most ambitious films to come out this year. The film would go deep into the supernatural world, which is very different from the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Talking with Empire Magazine (via ComicBookMovie.com), Marvel Studios’ CEO Kevin Feige touched upon how the film would be different than the Marvel movies before it. “It couldn’t be any more different than any of the films that have come before it,” he explains. Feige has stated many times that Strange has been his on his mind for characters he wanted to develop as a film, and has been in the works for a while.
Another big difference that would set it apart from the rest of the MCU is the aesthetics for the movie. Doctor Strange has always been dealing with the outer realms of the Marvel Universe, and it looks to be the same way for the film. “We see glimpses of something called the Dark Dimension,” Feige said. “If you were to open a Doctor Strange comic drawn by Steve Ditko, you would see the Dark Dimension, is in fact, very colorful in an extremely psychedelic way. Those are the things we’re not shying away from.”
For those who don’t know, the Dark Dimension is a kingdom ruled by Mhuruuks, powerful sorcerers ruled by Olnar. It is also the home of Umar, and her brother Dormammu.
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