Kevin Feige Gives A Doctor Strange Update

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strangeBy the hoary hosts of Hoggorth! We’ve got some Doctor Strange news. The past few years have been full of Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige teasing a Doctor Strange movie. With Ant-Man now locked in for Phase 3, it seems Marvel are now shifting their focus to the Sorcerer Supreme. In a recent chat with Collider, Feige gives an update on what looks to be Marvel‘s next big film.

Feige revealed that Doctor Strange is now in active development since Iron Man 3 is out for the masses to see. The Marvel think tank are now going to use a lot of their time trying to ‘crack‘ the script:

Dr. Strange is something that I talk about often and it’s sort of next up for us to dig into and explore.  Our executive producer of Iron Man 3, having done Captain America: The First Avenger and as that was finishing he started working on the bones that would become Iron Man 3, and now that he’s finished with Iron Man 3, he’s working on the bones that would become Doctor Strange.  Now that Iron Man 3 is finished, some of our quote-unquote spare time is going to be devoted to trying to crack Strange.

Marvel‘s main man went on to say that they are looking past 2015, past Avengers 2 and Ant-Man, and that Doctor Strange is poised to be the next movie in the years following that line-up. Remember, there have been rumors and whispers that there may be some Strange hints and Easter Eggs over the course of Phase Two. If Feige is really counting on that film to be one of the next movies, I’m sure we’ll see some sort of nod to the Sorcerer Supreme. It’s not like he’s just going to pop up out of nowhere. What do you think about this news? Are you ready for Stephen Strange to get his own movie?

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Source : Collider