“Some people might say, ‘Oh, that would have been so cool to see Dr. Strange,’ Feige said. “But that would have taken Wanda away, which we didn’t want to do. We didn’t want the end of the series to be trivialized to go to the next movie – here’s the white guy, ‘Let me show you how power works.’ This meant that the Dr. Strange movie had to be rewritten as well. Ultimately, Feige says, Marvel’s process is “a wonderful combination of very dedicated coordination and chaos. Magic of chaos. At one point, when Dr. Strange was supposed to be a part of history, the ads in the universe were going to be messages from Strange to Wanda, and there was talk of Cumberbatch appearing in the movie as well. one of the commercials, Chief Writer Jac Schaeffer Says.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Olsen fends off criticism that Wanda has managed too easily by flying off without punishment after forcing an entire city of people into her sitcom fantasy world. “She had to run away before the people who have to hold her responsible arrived,” she says. “And where she went is a place no one could find her. Because she knows she’s going to be held responsible, and I think she has a lot of guilt.
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