How the COVID-19 Pandemic Aided Michael Waldron and Sam Raimi in ‘Doctor Strange 2′ Write the screenplay for the film
For a long time, Marvel fans have been looking forward to the debut of Doctor Strange 2. The film will be released in March 2022, and it will start up after the events of Avengers: Endgame and Wandavision. Benedict Cumberbatch will reprise his role as Doctor Strange.
Doctor Strange 2 had a different writer and director at first, but after Scott Derrickson departed the project, screenwriter Michael Waldron and filmmaker Sam Raimi were hired.
Now that Doctor Strange 2 is in the works, Waldron has been spilling some juicy details about the project, including how the COVID-19 epidemic aided him and Raimi in moving forward with the concept.
Michael Waldron, who wrote ‘Doctor Strange 2,’ was meant to work on ‘Loki.’
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Waldron was set to start production on Loki, which recently debuted on Disney+, in early 2020, but was instead requested to work on Doctor Strange 2 by Marvel President Kevin Feige.
Waldron told Collider, “By that time, I had been able to build the trust.” “At the time, we’d written Loki, and Loki was in good shape. It was about to go into production. I was about to fly to Atlanta. Thankfully, the scripts were in good condition. Eric Martin, one of our writers and a good friend of mine, took my position as the writer on set, which you have to have, and he did an incredible job carrying the show to its conclusion from a writing standpoint. And, yes, it was just, ‘OK.’ Loki, you did it. That was insane. Doctor Strange, come do your thing. This is going to be crazy, too.’ And that was really fun.”
Michael Waldron and Sam Raimi have extra time to develop ‘Doctor Strange 2′ because of the COVID-19 epidemic.
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