Fans have been waiting with bated breath for more news regarding famous Twitter man Scott Derrickson’s colorfully named Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which the Western-film expert had previously teased at SDCC (San Diego Comicbookmovie Convention).
Well, true superhero fans, you can rest assured: Marvel has remembered that they are making that movie.
Derrickson had previously stated that the Doctor Strange follow-up would be a horror film, a fact that left a number of 33-year-old men wearing black denim vests elated, but Kevin Feige, the world’s most renowned hat collector, has backed off from Derrickson’s statement in a new interview.
Feige clarified, “I wouldn’t necessarily say that’s a horror film, but it is, as Scott Derrickson, our director, has pitched it, it’ll be a big MCU film but it’s a little bit more of an elevated horror film, like Hereditary or that Us movie that the other theme park company put out. The people have spoken, they want dour spookfests with the contrast turned way down, and we want the respect of adult men that spend all day ‘dunking’ on us on Twitter.”
When pressed for details, Feige elaborated, “The people that were on the crew, or even to the other people on the committee that makes these things, Scott would describe it as a family tragedy that curdles into a nightmare. And also MODOK is there and he’s voiced by Ratatouille.”
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