Kevin Feige confirms that Doctor Strange 2 will definitely happen

Sergio Cunningham
July 4, 2018

Interestingly, in Infinity War, Doctor Strange uses the phrase "end game" in a conversation with Iron Man after giving Thanos the Time Stone.

CinemaBlend breaks the news after sitting with Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, to discuss the release of Ant-Man and The Wasp on July 7 before letting us know what will be next for Stephen Strange. Well, not yet. There is, of course, the small matter of what went down in Avengers: Infinity War to be cleared away but, beyond that, Doctor Strange 2 is now a very real thing. He is positive that Marvel Studios may have put a featurette about the fourth film in as extra content.

While the hype from Avengers: Infinity War has only just started to cool down, there's still all sorts of speculation as to what the sequel is going to be like.

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The first Doctor Strange movie was released in back in 2016 and proved one of the mega-hit for the MCU.

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They are without a coach and are soon set to be without numerous players that have been part of the furniture for so long. "The important thing is to get back to successful ways, which isn't always an easy thing to do".

Doctor Strange, looking measured simply says: "We're in the endgame now".

Now, Trent has erased all traces of "Avengers: End Game" from his website and it now reads "Avengers 4".

"When you've got, what is it now, six, seven separate franchises?" Doctor odd 2 was canceled the moment, they killed Dr.

Are you happy Doctor Strange 2 will be happening at some point, or would you prefer them to carry on with more ensemble films like the most recent Marvel movies? There's four years between, right? It could be a deciding factor when all hope seems to be lost and backup arrives from a variety of maybe previously hostile races.

Chances are you've seen set pictures of actress Brie Larson wearing a blue and green proto-Captain Marvel costume during the shoot of Marvel's upcoming solo film, Captain Marvel - but we have yet to see the superhero in her official, blue, red, and gold suit. Sometimes it can be more.

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