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  • [Filme] DOUTOR ESTRANHO: NO MULTIVERSO DA LOUCURA

    As filmagens já começaram,no fim de novembro aliás,mas foram interrompidas ao fim de dezembro devido ao aumento de casos de Covid no Reino Unido.

    Elizabeth Olsen Has Started Filming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    https://comicbook.com/marvel/news/do...ilming-london/


    No elenco:


    Benedict Cumberbatch e Elizabeth Olsen



    Benedict Wong



    Rachel McAdams



    Chiwetel Ejiofor



    Xochitl Gomez como Miss America Chavez



    Roteiro de Jade Bartlett e Michael Waldron




    Direção de Sam Raimi



    A estreia está agendada para 25/03/2022.
    Last edited by Investigador; 18-02-2021, 06:02 PM.
    "Spyder! Spyder! burning bright
    In the forests of the night
    What immortal hand or eye
    Could frame thy fearful symmetry?”

  • #2
    Estou muito curioso para saber quem será o Vilão principal do filme, teremos a volta Chiwetel Ejiofor como Barão Mordo,, mas não sei se ele será o vilão principal do filme, se considerarmos que há uma forte ligação entre o filme do Doutor Estranho:: No Multiverso da Loucura com o final da série Wandavision, e também uma ligação como filme Homem Aranha 3, o Mordo não será o vilão principal, uma das maiores hipoteses é que o vilão será o Pesadelo agindo a serviço do Shuma-Gorath, e o objetivo deles envolveria os poderes da America Chavez que teria que ser protegida dos dois. A Wanda voltaria no filme como discipula do Doutor Estranho para aprender a controlar sua Magia e seus poderes.


    Não sei o quanto disso é verdade ,mas faria sentido dependendo do que fosse revelado ao final de Wandavision se havia realmente uma entidade de outra dimensão manipulando a Wanda ou se tudo o que ocorreu na série foi culpa dela e se revelarem que o vilão que a manipulou for o Mefisto ao invés do Pesadelo, ou numa jogada de mestre da Marvel, ocorrer um terceiro caminho para explicar o ocorrido em Wandavision .e se tudo for culpa de algo diferente da própria Wanda como causadora de tudo ou dela manipulada por uma entidade externa como Mefisto ou Pesadelo?

    Enfim, considerando que o Diretor é o Sam Reimi,,qual seria a hipótese de vocês para o que ocorrerá em Doutor Estranho: No Multiverso da Loucura? Qual será sua relação com Homem Aranha 3 e Wandavison? E quem será o vilão principal do filme?
    Last edited by Master; 18-02-2021, 07:53 PM.
    "Liderança é possuir habilidades e, no entanto, perguntar a quem não as tem, saber muito e, no entanto, consultar os ignorantes; ter e, no entanto, não aparentar que tem, estar cheio e, no entanto parecer vazio."
    Sábio Confucionista

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    • #3
      Este filme será FODA.
      “Back like lateral passin'
      With that motherfuckin' gladiator manner of rappin'
      As an addict I let percocets and xannies relax me
      Fall back if your paddies is Maxi, please”

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      • #4
        Apostas em quem será o vilão?
        Spoiler!

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        • #5
          Postado originalmente por Tidus Ver Post
          Apostas em quem será o vilão?
          Provavelmente o Pesadelo,mas não duvido usarem algum vilão obscuro a exemplo do Kaecilius.É até estranho que até agora não anunciaram nenhum nome além dos atores/atrizes do 1º filme.Basicamente a única nova adição anunciada foi a Olsen.
          "Spyder! Spyder! burning bright
          In the forests of the night
          What immortal hand or eye
          Could frame thy fearful symmetry?”

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          • #6
            Postado originalmente por Investigador Ver Post

            Provavelmente o Pesadelo,mas não duvido usarem algum vilão obscuro a exemplo do Kaecilius. É até estranho que até agora não anunciaram nenhum nome além dos atores/atrizes do 1º filme.Basicamente a única nova adição anunciada foi a Olsen.
            Anunciaram também a Atriz Xochitl Gomez como America Chavez, inclusive confirmado pelo Kevin Faige no evento para investidores da Disney em dezembro de 2020.

            Sobre o vilão não aposto nada, mas se formos nos basear num suposto roteiro vazado do filme, apresentado no final de 2020, seria o Pesadelo a serviço de Shumah Gorath, e o alvo deles seria a America Chavez que precisaria ser protegida, mas depois de Wandavision eu não cravaria quem seria o vilão de Doutor Estranho 2: No Multiverso da Loucura ou qual seria o roteiro do filme, esperaria a Marvel confirmar tudo, qualquer outra coisa ou vazamento sem alguma confirmação real pela Marvel é rumor e vou considerar como boato.
            Last edited by Master; 07-03-2021, 01:02 PM.
            "Liderança é possuir habilidades e, no entanto, perguntar a quem não as tem, saber muito e, no entanto, consultar os ignorantes; ter e, no entanto, não aparentar que tem, estar cheio e, no entanto parecer vazio."
            Sábio Confucionista

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            • #7
              Postado originalmente por Master Ver Post

              Anunciaram também a Atriz Xochitl Gomez como America Chavez, inclusive confirmado pelo Kevin Faige no evento para investidores da Disney em dezembro de 2020.

              Sobre o vilão não aposto nada, mas se formos nos basear num suposto roteiro vazado do filme, apresentado no final de 2020, seria o Pesadelo a serviço de Shumah Gorath, e o alvo deles seria a America Chavez que precisaria ser protegida, mas depois de Wandavision eu não cravaria quem seria o vilão de Doutor Estranho 2: No Multiverso da Loucura ou qual seria o roteiro do filme, esperaria a Marvel confirmar tudo, qualquer outra coisa ou vazamento sem alguma confirmação real pela Marvel é rumor e vou considerar como boato.
              Tinha esquecido da Miss America.Sinceramente,acho que o Pesadelo n]ao combina com esse lance de Multiverso.Aliás,achoi que isso deveria ficar pra um filme do Quarteto ou X-Men.Doutor Estranho tinha que envolver ameças sobrenaturais.
              "Spyder! Spyder! burning bright
              In the forests of the night
              What immortal hand or eye
              Could frame thy fearful symmetry?”

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              • #8
                Postado originalmente por Investigador Ver Post

                Tinha esquecido da Miss America.Sinceramente,acho que o Pesadelo n]ao combina com esse lance de Multiverso.Aliás,achoi que isso deveria ficar pra um filme do Quarteto ou X-Men.Doutor Estranho tinha que envolver ameças sobrenaturais.
                Muito provavelmente a preocupação é em trazer esse conceito ao cinema antes da DC/Warner.

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                • #9
                  Filmografia do Sam Raimi rankeada:

                  Sam Raimi Movies, Ranked From Worst to Best




                  Raimi’s decades-long Hollywood career has certainly had its highs and lows; the following list is Sam Raimi's movies ranked from worst to best.



                  It’s been a while since Sam Raimi was in the spotlight. A series of hotly-hyped projects fell through and he’s mostly stuck to TV, directing and producing Starz’s Ash Vs. Evil Dead. Now, however, it seems that he might be ready to return to the director’s chair, as rumors swirl that he is in talks to replace Scott Derrickson in Marvel’s Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. It would certainly be a high-profile comeback for a director who has seen his fair share of multi-million dollar hits, and it would also be one hell of a get for Marvel Studios given how much of a debt they owe to Raimi for making their work possible in the first place. Raimi’s decades-long career has certainly had its highs and lows; the following list is Sam Raimi's movies ranked from worst to best.

                  15. OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL



                  Everything about 2013’s Oz the Great and Powerful feels like a phenomenal misfire on the part of both Raimi and Disney. L. Frank Baum’s Oz novels are timeless pieces of children’s entertainment, chock full of creativity and quietly subversive ideas as well as some exceptional female characters. It makes sense why Disney would want to put their own stamp on the Oz lore (the books are in the public domain but the iconic 1939 movie from MGM is not), but nothing about this movie feels necessary or particularly interesting.

                  It’s hard to shake the feeling that Raimi had no investment in the source material, as everything is directed so flatly. The effects look cheap and don’t evoke the vibrancy of Oz, leading man James Franco is practically sleepwalking through his performance, and the new origin story for the Wicked Witch of the West, turning her into a scorned woman, is incredibly insulting. This was a film made for branding reasons and it reeks of cynicism at every turn. Sam Raimi felt like a great choice for an Oz movie, but it seems as though his own disinterest and the studio’s micromanagement brought any good ideas for an adaptation to a halt.

                  14. FOR LOVE OF THE GAME




                  As Raimi tried to step away from his horror routes, he made some strange career choices, but few are as truly inexplicable as his decision to make an inspirational sports drama starring Kevin Costner. For Love of the Game feels like a paint-by-numbers movie, one where every moment is highly predictable and derivative of dozens of better movies, like Costner's own Field of Dreams. The cast is impressive, and this film did introduce Raimi to future J. Jonah Jameson actor J.K. Simmons, but it’s a lifeless and painfully saccharine drama that strives for pathos, but delivers tranquilizers. Worst of all, it’s utterly boring, the worst thing a Sam Raimi movie can be.


                  13. IT’S MURDER!


                  Every bright young director has to start somewhere. It's Murder! is Raimi's debut, shot on Super 8 while he was still at college and co-starring Bruce Campbell and Raimi's brother Ted. As the title suggests, the movie centers on a murder and the detective trying to solve the case while avoiding his own demise. It’s clearly the work of a first-timer who’s figuring out their style and what to do as they go along, and it’s charming for what it is. You can see how the Sam Raimi of 1977 evolved into the Sam Raimi who brought us Evil Dead and Spider-Man, but that would take a few years.

                  12. CRIMEWAVE


                  Following The Evil Dead and all its controversies, Raimi teamed up with his friends the Coen Brothers for a black comedy B-movie homage about a man on death row who looks back at his life to figure out what went wrong. Crimewave had a disastrous production, with Raimi not allowed to cast Bruce Campbell in the lead, bad weather and crew issues delaying shooting, and Raimi being banned by the studio from editing his own movie. Raimi cited the experience of making Crimewave as one of his least favorite moments of his career. Nowadays, the little-seen movie has some fans and minor cult status, but it's nowhere near Raimi's or the Coens' best work.

                  11. SPIDER-MAN 3


                  Everyone’s seen the Spider-Man 3 memes and the arguments about it being one of the worst superhero movies ever made. It’s true that the film isn’t very good, but it’s not bereft of value or interesting qualities. Raimi still manages to make room for his trademark humor and some highly satisfying moments of slapstick, plus he’s always known how to execute a top-notch action scene. Spider-Man 3 mostly suffers from a case of too many cooks, with Raimi being forced to include Venom as a key villain against his wishes, and the need to go bigger than the previous film leading to a serious case of bloat. Peter Parker turning into an emo douchebag is nowhere near as awful as fans have said it is in hindsight — it makes sense in context, and Tobey Maguire makes for an excellent mean-spirited Spidey — but it still feels like a case of too much plot and development into an unstable structure.

                  10. THE GIFT


                  Co-written by Billy Bob Thornton, inspired by stories of his own mother, The Gift sees Raimi taking on the supernatural thriller genre with good-to-mixed results. Cate Blanchett, in one of her more underrated performances, plays a psychic who is called in to help with a local disappearance involving the fiancée of a local school teacher. Featuring an all-star cast that includes Keanu Reeves, Hilary Swank, and Katie Holmes, the plotting and performances are tight and everyone is working overtime to overcome the trite clichés of the genre; however, The Gift is ultimately a tad too by-the-numbers for its own good.

                  9. A SIMPLE PLAN


                  In A Simple Plan, Billy Bob Thornton, Bridget Fonda, and Bill Paxton play a trio of rural Minnesota residents who discover a crashed plane with a bag containing millions of dollars on board. They decide to keep the money and not tell anyone what they uncovered, but deceit and paranoia elicit their ultimate undoing. Combining Fargo with a dash of Shallow Grave and some Southern Gothic transported to the Midwest, this sharp and often elegantly-done noir-style thriller contains some of the best Raimi film traits.

                  8. THE QUICK AND THE DEAD


                  Raimi took one hell of a risk in making The Quick and the Dead in 1995. While the Western wasn't entirely dead by this point in time thanks to works like Unforgiven, it wasn't exactly something that younger audiences were desperate to see, even with a hot young rising star by the name of Leonardo DiCaprio among the cast. This proud homage to Sergio Leone is probably the most un-Raimi film in his back-catalog — it is a fast-moving and highly watchable drama that delves into pure showboating with its direction and gorgeous cinematography. It's not dazzlingly original, and its initial release was probably hurt by the fact that it came out at a time when the Western was waning in popularity; however, The Quick and the Dead certainly deserves a revisit.



                  7. DARKMAN


                  Spider-Man may have been a major breakthrough for superhero movies, but 1990's Darkman was a serious risk, with Raimi directing a movie in the genre that wasn't based on a pre-existing property! Liam Neeson plays a scientist who, after being horribly disfigured by a ruthless gangster, tries to cure himself and develops superhuman abilities that he uses to fight crime. A greater Dick Tracy homage than the live-action movie that also came out in 1990, Darkman is a no-holds-barred action thriller that beautifully captures the style and graphic feel of the comic book and pulp fiction worlds. The movie did pretty well at the box office, but sadly never got a sequel — this was one story audiences happily would have watched play out in an entire franchise.

                  6. ARMY OF DARKNESS


                  Evil Dead II ends with one hell of a cliffhanger and Army of Darkness offers a rollicking story of what to do when you're a humble zombie hunter stuck in the Middle Ages. Bruce Campbell has the absolute time of his life playing the iconic Ash, who is somehow believable both as a macho hero and a ridiculous goofball parody of one. Raimi does seem to get overwhelmed by his own ambition, but an increased budget and a few more years in the game mean that Army of Darkness is easily one of his most aesthetically fascinating films, as well as one of the most enjoyable midnight movie experiences one could hope to ask for.

                  5. SPIDER-MAN


                  What is there left to be said about 2002’s Spider-Man that hasn’t already been screamed from the rooftops over the past 18 years? This film shouldn't have worked: Super-hero movies were only just finding their footing in modern blockbuster cinema; the studio was unsure that anyone could believably make a man swing through the streets of New York City; Tobey Maguire wasn't an A-Lister and was mostly known for being Leonardo DiCaprio's BFF. Yet, Sam Raimi pulled it off and then some. The prototype for the modern superhero movie can be found here, from the dynamic action set-pieces, to the swells of Danny Elfman's score, to that iconic upside-down kiss in the rain. The public knows all these tropes so well now, but at the time, this was all new. Spider-Man still has a remarkable freshness to it today because Raimi respects the source material while still having enough irreverence to put his own stamp on it. Spider-Man became the first film to pass the $100,000,000 mark in a single weekend and soon a new era of cinema was born.

                  4. THE EVIL DEAD


                  It's hard to believe that 1981's The Evil Dead is only Raimi's second movie as a director. It's a sharply confident piece of work that uses its scant budget to the best of its abilities and remains timeless in its ability to scare the hell out of its audiences. Almost 40 years later, The Evil Dead is still gross, strange, exciting, and sharply shocking. Its simple story opens the doors to an unnerving mood that's hard to shake, even as the action gets kind of ridiculous (see that infamous tree rape scene.) Generations of horror filmmakers owe everything to The Evil Dead.



                  3. DRAG ME TO HELL


                  After the critical disappointment of Spider-Man 3 and all the fatigue caused by studio squabbling, Raimi decided to return to his roots for his next movie, Drag Me To Hell. Raimi has never gotten enough credit for how good he is at old-school horror camp, and this film sees him turning up the volume to delightfully deafening peaks. Alison Lohman, always a criminally underrated actress who never got the credit she deserved, excels in playing a an ambitious bank loan officer whose choice to deny a mortgage extension to a strange old woman sees her cursed by a dark spirit. Making a truly scary movie is tough enough, but doing so while keeping it genuinely funny is a whole other feat of skill, and Raimi at his peak does it better than anyone else working. This is a simple movie that wants to make you jump then laugh. Drag Me To Hell is a movie that knows exactly what it wants to be and it does that with aplomb.

                  2. SPIDER-MAN 2


                  Spider-Man may have changed the game for superhero movies, but the sequel is the real pinnacle of Raimi’s comic book adaptation prowess. Everything is so fine-tuned here, and Raimi is firing on all cylinders as a director, having built on the first film and become confident enough to make the sequel a more Raimi-esque feature. The effects are better, Peter’s arc is more satisfying, Alfred Molina as Doc Ock is easily one of the greatest comic book villains in film from the past 30 years, and the emotional beats are just incredible here, as evidenced in the scene where Spidey is carried through the train carriage by proud New Yorkers who have claimed him as one of their own. In Spider-Man 2, the fantastical and the deeply human combine with perfect balance. Dozens of superhero movies have been made since this one, but the bar was still set insanely high for a long time thanks to Raimi, Spidey, and company.

                  1. EVIL DEAD II


                  When people think of Raimi and what he does best, it’s Evil Dead 2 that first comes to mind, and for good reason. This blood-soaked horror with a blackly comedic heart manages to be a glorious bad taste experience while subtly satirizing the entire concept of bad taste. The best parodies come from people who love the thing they’re mocking and nobody loves this brand of horror more than Sam Raimi. While one could easily call this a remake of the first movie, it’s also definitely one of the great movie sequels, thanks to Bruce Campbell’s endless charisma, the ceaseless splattering gore, and the uproarious combination of blood and slapstick. Groovy.

                  https://screenrant.com/sam-raimi-mov...ed-worst-best/

                  A Simple Plan e The Quick and the Dead são muito legais.
                  Last edited by Investigador; 10-03-2021, 06:34 PM.
                  "Spyder! Spyder! burning bright
                  In the forests of the night
                  What immortal hand or eye
                  Could frame thy fearful symmetry?”

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                  • #10
                    Ashzaço em primeiro, mundo ainda tem esperança

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                    • #11
                      O Doutor Estranho terá um novo traje,mais fiel aos quadrinhos,
                      Eu já considero o traje do 1º filme muito bom,mas se há espaço pra melhoras,porque não?

                      DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS Rumored To Include New Comic Accurate Costume For The Hero



                      Marvel Studios has always done a great job with the costumes worn by the Marvel Cinematic Universe's biggest heroes and villains, but it sounds like big changes might be in store for Doctor Strange. While the Sorcerer Supreme has looked pretty cool up until now, it seems Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness director Sam Raimi has some ideas of his own.

                      According to Discussing Film, "one source just teased to us that the crew have designed a new, comic accurate look for Doctor Strange himself."

                      We don't have any further details when it comes to what that might look like, but it's no secret that Raimi is a huge fan of Steve Ditko's artwork.

                      In Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi gave Strange his yellow gloves from the comics, but they had vanished by the time Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame rolled around.

                      There's lots Raimi could do with the character, and it makes sense to change his appearance for a movie which not only looks set to embrace the idea of the Multiverse, but show the Scarlet Witch suited up in her own comic accurate costume. This feels like the right move from Strange, especially as he's likely fully embraced his role as Earth's Sorcerer Supreme after everything that's happened.

                      https://www.comicbookmovie.com/docto...3161#gs.w5kfos

                      Será algo nessa vibe,com as golas espalhafatosas?Se bem que aí seria um retcon,porque a capa é algo único,mas não é como se o público ligasse pra isso.


                      "Spyder! Spyder! burning bright
                      In the forests of the night
                      What immortal hand or eye
                      Could frame thy fearful symmetry?”

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                      • #12
                        bom, os hot toys com roupinha diferente não vão se vender sozinhos, né

                        tem que trocar mesmo

                        curioso que mandaram a luva de oncinha ali por um momento na cena pós crédito e em Ragnalol, mas rapidamente viram que o negoço é impraticável mesmo em live action, aí descartaram logo depois

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                        • #13
                          Se me lembro a cena da luvinha foi o Waititica que fez

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                          • #14
                            Postado originalmente por Maioral Ver Post
                            Se me lembro a cena da luvinha foi o Waititica que fez
                            Sim.Inclusive ela foi filmada antes de 'Thor: Ragnarok'.
                            "Spyder! Spyder! burning bright
                            In the forests of the night
                            What immortal hand or eye
                            Could frame thy fearful symmetry?”

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                            • #15
                              Capaz de ser capa de bunda pra combinar com a Wandinha
                              .

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