Tom Cruise would appear in Doctor Strange 2

After seeing Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man: No Way Home, it seems that nothing is impossible for Marvel and Disney. In this way, several rumors have indicated that in Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, we would see the return of actors like Hugh Jackman in the role of Wolverine, as well as a version of Iron Man by Tom Cruise.

Recently, the BGR site shared a series of leaks that offer various details about the history of this long-awaited film. One of the most outstanding points has indicated that during the last act, the tape will become a tribute to the legacy of Marvel in the cinema, and we would see a great list of cameos.

Here Hugh Jackman is mentioned as Wolverine, Patrick Stewart in the role of Professor X, Ian McKellen once again as Magneto, Halle Berry playing Storm, and James Marsden in the role of Cyclops. With this, There is talk of the return of Edward Norton and Eric Bana, who were in charge of interpreting the Hulk in past films. Mention is also made of Ryan Reynolds reprising Deadpool, as well as Nicholas Cage as Ghost Rider.

But nevertheless, one of the most striking points is Tom Cruise as a variant of Iron Man. Although at the moment there is nothing confirmed, rumors have indicated that this actor was considered for the role of Tony Stark for the first MCU film. As always, at the moment there is no official information, and considering Marvel’s history in this section, it is very certain that we will find the answers we are looking for until the film reaches theaters.

Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness will hit theaters on May 4, 2022. In related topics, here you can check the first trailer of this film.


Editor’s Note:

While these cameos sound very interesting, the more characters that appear, the more difficult it will be to balance the fan service with the story of the film. However, Marvel has shown that they are capable of carrying out this titanic task, so it only remains to wait.

Via: BGR

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