Let’s be honest: it’s quite difficult being a superhero. On top of all the heavy lifting and training, even super heroes have limited physical condition; someone needs to heal all the bumps and bruises earned during the course of battle. You don’t just take multiple hits to the face and body without getting some damage, especially when you are Captain America and Iron man; two superheroes who are nearly human.
Prior to the debut of the movie Doctor Strange in the US, Marvel Studios have released two videos with respect to the movie; one is a film teaser and the other features Benedict Cumberbatch diagnosing the injuries of the Avengers.
Benedict Cumberbatch has the lead role in the movie i.e. Doctor Strange and with him are other actors including Chiwetel Ejliofor, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Michael Stulhbarg, Benjamin Bratt, Scott Adkins, Mads Mikkelsen and Tilda Swinton. The movie is directed by Scott Derrickson who has also directed movies like The Exorcism of Emily Rose as well as Deliver Us From Evil. The scriptwriters of the movie are Jon Spaihts who has also written for Prometheus and Passengers alongside Derrickson & C. Robert Cargill who is famous for writing the script of horror-movie Sinister.
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Doctor Strange initiated from Marvel Studios and it is the story of a neurosurgeon who is highly renowned all over the globe Dr. Stephen Strange – his life is changed completely after a car accident. After which he is unable to use his hands and all the conventional medicines fail to help him so he visits the mysterious Kamar-Taj for healing as well as hope. This is where he gets to know that it isn’t healing that is done there but also the place where the unseen dark forces are battled to stop them from mending our reality. A little while later Strange—furnished with recently procured mystical forces—is compelled to pick whether to come back to his life of fortune and status or desert everything to guard the world as the most effective alchemist in presence.
Doctor Stranges “Phase Three” is ongoing and picks up in the wake up Marvel Cinematic Universes’ Captain America: Civil War. Catch the movie in US theaters on November 4th, 2016 in 3D, RealD 3D and IMAX 3D.