Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It was a week after its premiere and as expected sweeps the box office of all the world. Now that a good part of the public has been able to see Sam Raimi’s film, several interesting details about the creation of this story are beginning to come to light. The screenwriter michael waldron revealed that for one of the most important scenes in the film, he was inspired by one of James Cameron’s masterpieces.
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In Doc Strange 2 we see how Stephen (Benedict Cumberbatch) by chance of fate finds America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez). This young woman has the peculiarity of opening portals through the Multiverse. The situation takes an unexpected turn when the sorcerer discovers that someone close to him wants to capture America and steal her powers, even if it means killing her. Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olson).
In a recent interview conducted by rolling stoneMichael Waldron told how the writing of the script was, especially for one of the most memorable scenes in the film, the battle of the scarlet witch against the illuminati composed of reed richards (John Krasinski) black-bolt (Anson Mount), the Captain Carter (Hayley Atwell) Captain Marvel (Lashana Lynch) and the Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart). The confrontation against these characters is brutal, although each one is immensely powerful, they were not rivals of Wanda’s witchcraft.
According to Waldron, in order to achieve that scene, he was inspired by James Cameron’s Aliens. The screenwriter compared Wanda’s shock to the arrival of the horde of xenomorphs in the 1986 film.
“I was watching Aliens a lot while I was writing (the battle scene). I love how Aliens goes out of its way to tell you how badass the Space Marines are, and then just slaughters them. So you’re really scared of Xenomorphs for the rest of the movie, and that’s what I wanted to achieve with Wanda. At the end of that Illuminati sequence. I hope you were truly terrified of the Scarlet Witch. It’s been amazing being in the theater listening to the cheers, then the gasps and the moans. I mean, you know, people felt something in the movies, that’s good.Waldron recounted.
His words are correct because at that moment in the film the public goes from fury over the cameos to sobs over the terrible deaths.
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