New Doctor Strange TV Spot Released – But This Reality Is One Of Many…


…there’s probably another reality out there where it HASN’T been released. But in this reality, it has. You can see it below:

Many of the weird effects in this TV Spot (such as the strange kaleidoscope effect with the buildings) may look like CGI but in the latest Empire MagazineBenedict Cumberbatch reveals that some of it was actually achieved through practical effects. “You have conceptual art that they show you, but you only really realise what you’re part of at the end of the process. That’s not to say I didn’t enjoy the effects while we were shooting, because a lot of them were real elements, whether it was sets that make a room minuscule or the costume designs’, he said.

Doctor Strange comes to our dimension on the 25th October. The film is based on the Marvel Comics’ supreme sorcerer Doctor Stephen Strange, a neurosurgeon who ends up in a car accident that severely damages the nerves in his hands, meaning he is unable to return to his career. This unfortunate turn of events leaves him bankrupt as he refuses to take jobs that involve being a consultant or an assistant and spends most of his money on further medical treatments to cure his hands (which prove to be ineffective). Stephen hears rumours about a mystical ‘Ancient One’ and sells his remaining possessions in order to afford a plane ticket to East Asia.

The film stars Benedict Cumerbatch as Doctor Strange, Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer, Mads Mikkelson as Kaecilius, Tilda Swinton as the Ancient OneBenedict Wong as WongChiwetel Ejiofor as Baron Karl Mordo and Michael Stuhlbarg as Nicodemus West.


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