Patrick Stewart has now confirmed that he will appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, after weeks of speculation.
After fans spotted him in the trailer that debuted before the Super Bowl last month, people speculated that he would be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Fans recognized him by the back of his head and his voice, despite the fact that his face was not visible in the video.
Patrick acknowledged it was him in the teaser with YouTube channel Jake’s Takes, but said he couldn’t recognize his own voice in it. He was ecstatic, though, that Marvel fans noticed and are already creating connections.
“I didn’t know my own voice; it sounded strange to me.” I’m not sure if I had a cold or whatever at the time. But I was surprised — and all they saw was the back of my shoulder and, I believe, my earlobe, nothing else — that so many connections would have been drawn. “It made me happy,” he remarked.
Patrick has a brief appearance in the trailer, delivering the words “we should tell him the truth.” Patrick’s appearance has led to speculation that he will reprise his X-Men character Professor Charles Xavier in the film. Fans have already started to work, concocting a variety of possibilities.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be vital in allowing additional X-Men characters to enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe if the movie does deliver the X-Men and Doctor Strange crossover. Previously held by Fox, these Marvel characters were bought by Disney as part of the Disney-Fox merger in 2017. Marvel fans have been eagerly anticipating Marvel Studios’ plans for the recently acquired Marvel characters.
On May 6, 2022, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released.
Patrick Stewart has finally revealed that he will reprise his role as Professor X in the next Marvel picture Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, after denying it for weeks and saying he had no idea who Doctor Strange is.
Patrick’s voice is heard in the current trailer, which was published last month, implying that he will appear in the film. However, the star maintained his denial. (Also read: Taron Egerton Breaks Silence on Wolverine Leaks in Doctor Strange 2)
In the trailer, a bald guy from the back says, “We should tell him the truth,” as Benedict Cumberbatch, the film’s principal actor, watches. Fans claimed that the voice was identical to Patrick’s, who played Professor X aka Charles Xavier in the X-Men films from 2000 to 2017.
Patrick discussed the reaction to the film’s trailer on Jake’s Take and said, “As it happened, I had my phone turned off, so I didn’t hear anything. It wasn’t until the next morning that I checked my phone and saw that I had been inundated with answers and that my PR team had emailed me detailed comments that they had passed on to me.”
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