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Jeffrey Wright could appear as the Watcher in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. According to sources, the Watcher has a cameo.
However, he’s never played him in live action.
But Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness changes that.
Like the Doctor Strange sequel, What If…? focuses on the multiverse.
In fact, Strange Supreme debuted in What If…?
He’s in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Indeed, that’s no secret.
After all, Strange Supreme is in the trailer.
Benedict Cumberbatch shocked the world as Strange Supreme.
Although Marvel Studios teased What If…? crossing over into live action, this was quick.
Moreover, Strange Supreme won’t be alone.
Rumors circulated about Hayley Atwell’s Captain Carter.
Moreover, insiders claim she’s in the movie.
The Watcher Rumored For Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness
Writer Stan Lee and Jack Kirby co-created the Watcher.
He initially appeared in The Fantastic Four No. 13.
But the Watcher is part of a species.
His fellow extraterrestrials showed up in the MCU already.
Specifically, they were in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 with Lee.
This Watcher is named Uatu.
In the comics, Uatu observes all events on Earth.
In addition, that includes its parallel worlds.
Thus, What If…? was born.
On What If…?, Wright’s baritone voice gives the stories emotional weight.
Nevertheless, some dismissed What If…? as filler.
After all, many believed it wasn’t canon.
On the contrary, it is.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness proves it.
Therefore, it’s important.
Spider-Man: No Way Home quickly smashed a billion.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is next.
Sources add that the Watcher is in a post-credits scene.
Beyond that, the Watcher will return.
Notably, Uatu died in the comic books.
Writer Jason Aaron and artist Mike Deodato produced Original Sin in 2014.
In this limited series, Uatu is murdered.
Afterwards, the Avengers investigate his death.
Will Marvel Studios adapt this tale?
Insiders reveal that Marvel Studios will wait and see.
One source explained that Original Sin has Disney Plus potential.
Certainly, Original Sin has animated potential, too.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is awash with cameos.
Seriously, who’s missing?