Doctor Strange 2 shirts show off new Scarlet Witch costume and logo
A series of new shirts with official designs for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness features a new logo for Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch.
New merchandising for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness presents a new costume and logo for Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch.
According to The Direct, three shirts have been released on Amazon, each representing a new design for Scarlet Witch as it will appear in the Doctor Strange sequel. One shirt shows Wanda, alone, floating above a new logo based on her Scarlet Witch tiara. Another shirt shows Wanda in the same pose, but without the logo and colored in a softer red than the harsh color used in the previous design. Finally, there’s a sweatshirt depicting both Benedict Cumberbatch’s Scarlet Witch and Doctor Strange in black and white, surrounded by a glitch pattern, blue and red.
Wanda’s new costume debuted in the season finale of WandaVision on Disney + after defeating Agatha Harkness and achieving her full powers as the Scarlet Witch. Olsen’s retaliation for his MCU role as Wanda appeared in the first trailer for Multiverse of Madness, which appeared as an end credits scene for Spider-Man: No Path Home. It has been confirmed that WandaVision will relate directly to Doctor strange sequel, which will also resume after the events of No way home and the Disney + series from Marvel, Loki. Olsen wrapped the shoot of her Doctor strange resumed in September.
The potential for new characters to appear in the sequel is vast, as Multiverse of Madness will continue to expand into the growing multiverse of the MCU. While it has been confirmed that the film will feature America Chavez / Miss America (played by Xochitl Gomez), a recent report also said that the covers will include even more cameos and character introductions than originally intended. Although the characters themselves have not been confirmed, sources report that the film will have “more fun with the multiverse” after the success of Spider-Man: No Path Home.
As for cameos, the new range of figurines for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness also offered a first look at Rintrah’s possible introduction into the MCU, an alien minotaur who appeared in Marvel Comics as one of Doctor Strange’s apprentices. Goods already released for Multiverse of Madness also teased potential villains expected to appear in the upcoming sequel, including the magical tentacle monster Gargantos and an interdimensional being known as Shuma-Gorath.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness arrives May 6 in theaters.
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Source: Le Direct
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