No Way Home Promo Changes Key Doctor Strange Dialogue

A promo for No Way Home slightly changes the key dialogue from Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange around the spell that broke the multiverse.

A central piece of Doctor Strange’s dialogue shown in various teasers and trailers for Spider-Man: No Way Home was adjusted in a new campaign.

Since the first teaser trailer was released, Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, tells Tom Holland’s Peter Parker: “When you failed the magic where everyone forgets that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, we started getting visitors.” But as reported by The direct, a new TV spot for the film slightly changed the dialogue, where Doctor Strange instead said, “When I shut that spell down, we started getting visitors.” Although it is a subtle change, it changes the meaning of the original dialogue, which now indicates that Strange stopped the enchantment, as opposed to Peter interfering.


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Although it is unclear what the dialogue change may mean in relation to the larger one No way home plot, the story of the long-awaited Marvel Cinematic Universe has been kept close to secrecy. Marvel Studios and Sony Entertainment reportedly save parts of the film for press screenings, showing only about 40 minutes of the film, whose final driving time is only about two and a half hours long.

Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange has appeared in many of the released teasers and trailers for the upcoming MCU movie. While his amount of screen time is still unknown, the character is likely to have a major role to play in the film, as it is his spell that breaks up the multiverse, allowing villains from the past Spider Man franchises, such as Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, to enter the world of the MCU. Cumberbatch himself stated that even he has not read the full script of the film, in an attempt to avoid ruining it for himself.


“You know it’s a dead end [to ask for spoilers], but I can tell you this: It’s a troubled movie, “Cumberbatch said in an earlier interview.” I do not want to give anything away – and I have not actually read the entire script! I did it on purpose because I just want the ride. “

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The change in the dialogue in the trailer also changes who exactly is to blame for the “disturbed” incantation, and according to Holland, No way home will explore the evolving and devolving relationship between Stephen Strange and Peter Parker. In a recent interview, the actor talked about the film’s portrayal of the characters’ relationship, especially how it differs from MCU Spidey’s relationship with his mentor, Tony Stark.


“I would not consider Doctor Strange a mentor in this film – it’s more like a colleague,” Holland said. “At this point in the movies, Spider-Man has established himself as a pretty strong and serious Avenger. Doctor Strange sees it in him and treats him like an equal. And throughout the film, their relationship breaks down. And rather than become colleagues – they will not become enemies, but they are certainly not friends. “

Cumberbatch also appears in Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness, which will be directly related to the events of No way home. Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be published on 17 December.


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Source: YouTube, via The Direct

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