Infinity war. Doctor Strange with the armor of Iron Man

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Doctor Strange with the armor of Iron Man in Avengers: Infinity War

The writers of Avengers: Infinity War, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, revealed a picture of the filming of a scene removed by Doctor Strange in the armor of Iron Man

Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have revealed a photo epic behind the scenes of Benedict Cumberbatch, Doctor Strange, dress in the costume of Iron Man Tony Stark which was not used in the final cut of Avengers: Infinity War.

The duo made a feast to see the movie on its second anniversary Sunday night on account of Twitter ComicBook.com and got to know the image. With a green screen in the back and Robert Downey Jr. next to it you will see a Benedict Cumberbatch tired wearing the armor Mark 50.

“Then, there were other versions of this rescue”, tuitearon. “Some were too awesome (and long) to keep them. But still, one can dream … #Infinitywar #QuarantineWatchParty”. A concept art appeared above showing the Strange in the suit and Stark in the garb of the Sorcerer supreme, and the artist Phil Saunders has also released images of Cumberbatch as “Iron Strange” attacking Ebony Maw.

Avengers: infinity war, doctor strange with the armor of iron man

Apparently, Stark gave him a Strange his suit to protect the Eye of Agamotto and to facilitate their rescue to board the ship of Ebony Maw in the first act, the scene came to be shot but never got the final cut of the film. Now, we have evidence of how it could have been the sequence, which already makes the fans will pray to the writers that reveal a glimpse of Stark with the cloak of Levitation, something that Kevin Smith confirmed that he was also shot.

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Since I have use of reason I have always been attracted by the drawing, comics, and especially the cinema, to blame for this hobby has it’s “Star Wars: Episode IV”, I felt fascinated by the great amount of spaceships that appeared in it and all over the world created by George Lucas, the scene of the ship corellia chased by a cruiser imperial progressed to fill the screen it was shocking. The music of John Williams was catchy and easy to remember, because then I remember my collections of trading cards, and dolls of the saga. Another big influence were the comics, in particular the editions of Edge of Spider-man, The patrol X, The Avengers, The fantastic 4, with which I learned to draw by copying the cartoons of John Romita Sr. and Jack Kirby. So it was no wonder that the end of studying at the school of arts of Zaragoza.