Rachel McAdams was ultimately chosen to interpret dr. Christine Palmer in ‘Doctor Strange (Doctor Strange)’, a role which might have ended in the hands of Jessica Chastain. And that is that this actress had the opportunity to join the project marvelita, according to the screenwriter, C. Robert Cargill, but finally he said no, “way more cool”.
So explains Cargill while he stresses that Chastain don’t hesitate too much to let the opportunity pass working alongside Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton and Mads Mikkelsen, because the role of the human within a world of superheroes is not called at all. “I was thinking “hey, the project sounds great and I would love to be part of it, but if I’m just going to have an opportunity to participate in a movie of Marvel and become one of its characters, I have given ballet lessons and I would really like to wear a layer“. It is the most cool in the world of reject a paper. She wanted to be in a movie of Marvel but as a superheroine not the doctor”.
Too Much Madness
The second installment of the adventures on the big screen of the Sorcerer Supreme to the life-giving Cumberbatch, ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’, has already suffered a major stumble. And is that in the beginning it was going to be directed by Scott Derrickson, film-maker expert in horror that has already set behind the scenes of the original movie. Then happened the unthinkable: Derrickson and Marvel left to be understood and there was the “break in” claiming “creative differences” that always seems to be used in these cases.
“Marvel and I have decided to take different paths in regard to ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ due to creative differences. I am grateful for our collaboration and I will remain as executive producer“said Derrickson for the moment it has not been found substitute. Sam Raimi is the name that sounds more strong since February of this year but nothing has come to confirmed. If finally Raimi said yes and Marvel apostase by him, this filmmaker, known for his version of ‘Spider-Man’, would the bar very high because what he did Derrickson with that first adventure is a marvel. What we argue in our critique: