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The rumored Doctor Strange 2 cameos that never showed

Before Doctor Strange from the Multiverse of Madness hit theaters, everyone and their grandmothers were guessing who would appear in the movie. Now that Doctor Strange 2 is finally out, we know who’s starring in the new Marvel movie and who isn’t. We’re here to talk about the unsuccessful.

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While preparing for Doctor Strange 2, there were a lot of rumors about who would appear in the Marvel movie’s Multiversal Monsters. One of the most famous is Iron Man, Tom Cruise, but dozens of others have circulated the internet, some even proven correct. In fact, we were treated like a live-action version of The Illuminati. They include John Krasinski as Reed Richards, Patrick Stewart as Professor X, Lashana Lynch as Captain Marvel, Haley Atwell as Captain Carter, and Anson Mount as Black Bolt in Inhumans.

But what about the unrealized rumors? We took apart a Doctor Strange 2 cameo that never came true.

Tom Cruise as Iron Man

Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: Fallout

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Rumors that Iron Man will be included in Doctor Strange 2 have been rumors since the announcement that the Illuminati would appear. In Marvel Comics, this is a secret group of the most powerful superheroes in existence, tasked with making decisions that will affect the fate of the multiverse. One of their central members is Iron Man, the last time we saw him die in Avengers: Endgame.

Heading into Doctor Strange 2, many thought that Robert Downey Jr. wouldn’t be returning to play the role again, which could have resulted in an alternate version of him. Rumor has it that Tom Cruise could get a fan-favorite role in the cast before Downey Jr. took the part. There was also a Reddit theory that Cruz was on set after Doctor Strange 2 started filming in London, where he was working on Mission Impossible 7 at the time. However, Sam Raimi didn’t make Iron Man a member of the Illuminati, and a cameo didn’t happen.

Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

Ryan Reynolds of Deadpool

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Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool was another fan favorite in Doctor Strange 2. Marvel boss Kevin Feige has promised Deadpool will be part of the MCU, and a third adventure is underway for the cursed Merck. Some wondered if he could perform before that. Some eagle-eyed fans even found what some thought was Deadpool’s figure on one of the movie posters.

But Reynolds always insisted he wouldn’t show up to say it. Diversity: “Actually, I don’t appear in movies. I promise I won’t appear in the movie.” It turns out he was telling the truth because Deadpool wasn’t the X-Men character introduced.

Nicolas Cage as Ghost Rider

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Some expected Nicholas Cage to appear as Ghost Rider. This was one of the more bizarre proposals, but recent MCU movies have been rumored to include characters from Sony’s Marvel Universe. Cage previously played Johnny Blaze in the studio’s Ghost Rider films in 2007 and 2011.

In an interview with GQ, Cage denied the role, but admitted that he would definitely have played the role again if requested. He told the publication, “I don’t think they’re casting me. I mean I will. It’ll be fun. I want to work with Cumberbatch, but I don’t think it will.”

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Given the confirmation that the X-Men world is merging with the MCU, Wolverine was a cameo that people thought could happen. However, there has been speculation that Hugh Jackman won’t play the iconic character and that Marvel will use it as an opportunity to cast a new star for the role. Jackman has previously doubled that the last to appear in this role is Logan. However, some were convinced that the character would return in a new form. Estimated as an industry expert He’s the one who suggested that the character would appear in Doctor Strange 2. Instead we got Professor X. So the movie was not exactly mutated.

Jonathan Majors as Variant Hee Hu Remain

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Loki’s season finale introduced Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains, a variant tasked with protecting the sacred timeline and maintaining the multiverse order. He failed when Sylvie the mutant killed him in the final episode of the Disney Plus show, releasing mutants from the multiverse. We first saw one of them, the Conqueror River, in this finale. He will return for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. However, given Doctor Strange 2’s multiverse focus, there has been speculation that he or one of his other variants may appear. It looks like Marvel is saving the storyline for future MCU assets, but Feige revealed in a recent interview how she connected to the storyline in Doctor Strange 2.

Tom Hiddleston as Loki

Loki with a Tesseract in Avengers: Infinity War

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In a similar vein to the Major, MCU fans thought that a multiverse theme could bring Tom Hiddleston back to the movie from the Marvel Universe. He said there were some leaks on set suggesting the actor could be shooting a short cameo, but this turned out to be false. Hiddleston recently spoke to Total Film about his return to the character and whether we might see him in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. Read our full chat with him to see what he has to say and what to expect from season 2 of Loki.

Paul Bettany as Vision

White Vision by WandaVision

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Wanda Maximoff plays a key role in Doctor Strange 2, who falls into dark magic after losing her children in WandaVision. The film follows Elizabeth Olsen as her character hunting down America Chavez (Sochitl Gomez).

Wanda’s children, Billy and Tommy, appeared in the film, but without a vision. Paul Bettany made a cheeky joke about his role in the film while appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He said, “I told you I was completely honest… Am I in Doctor Strange 2? Yes, no, yes, no, yes, no. I don’t know. Okay? What do you think?” It is possible that the Vision was not created in another universe or was killed by Thanos in any universe. So we didn’t see him. White Vision. In WandaVision -The Final Synthezoid flew away – See what the WandaVision explains where the ending went.

Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man

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Tobey Maguire? Didn’t we see him in Spider-Man: No Way Home? Well, these rumors seemed to come from fans desperately waiting for him to reunite with Raimi in the Marvel Universe. And since it has shown that Maguire is ready to play the role again, some thought this would be a great opportunity to see the two reunited. That didn’t happen with this film, but Raimi said she wanted to work with Maguire again. In an interview with Fandango, he said, “After making Doctor Strange, I realized that anything in the Marvel universe, with any team, is possible. I love Toby. I love Kirsten Dunst. I think anything is possible.”

Jeffrey Wright as the Watcher

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Marvel’s What If has had a much bigger impact on the MCU than many people think. Doctor Strange 2 is the first live-action version of some of the characters in the series. Not only did we meet Sinister Strange, but we also saw Captain Carter in action in a very short time. One of the unopened guest appearances was Jeffrey Wright in The Watcher, the omnipotent and omnipresent figure at the center of the show. Despite his character’s major connections to the multiverse, we haven’t yet seen Wright take on a role in a live-action film. There’s always a next one, right?


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  • What does 616 mean in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
  • Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Darkhold TV Story Explained
  • Our full WandaVision cleanup
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The rumored Doctor Strange 2 cameos that never showed

Before Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness reaches cinemas, everyone and their grandma was speculating about who would cameo in the movie. Now that Doctor Strange 2 has finally been released, we know who is – and isn’t – in the new Marvel movie. We’re here to talk about the ones who did not make the cut. 
But first: spoiler warning! The below spoils every major Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness cameo. You have been warned.
In the run-up to Doctor Strange 2, there were plenty of rumors about who would appear in the multiversal monster of a Marvel movie. One of the more prominent was Tom Cruise as Iron Man, but dozens of others did the rounds on the internet, and some even proved correct. Indeed, we were treated to a live-action version of The Illuminati; among its ranks were John Krasinski as Reed Richards, Patrick Stewart played Professor X, Lashana Lynch appeared as Captain Marvel, Haley Atwell became Captain Carter, and Anson Mount returned as Black Bolt of the Inhumans.
However, what about the rumors that were never actualized? We’ve broken down the Doctor Strange 2 cameos that never came true.
 Tom Cruise as Iron Man 

(Image credit: Paramount Pictures)
The inclusion of Iron Man in Doctor Strange 2 was rumored after it emerged the Illuminati would be making an appearance. In the Marvel comics, this is a secret group of some of the strongest superheroes in existence who are tasked with making decisions that will impact the fate of the multiverse. One of their central members is Iron Man, who we last saw die in Avengers: Endgame. 
Heading into Doctor Strange 2, many thought Robert Downey Jr would not be back to reprise the role, which could leave the door open for a variant version of him. Rumors were that Tom Cruise could take on the role, as he was a fan favorite casting before Downey Jr won the part. There were also some Reddit theories that Cruise had been on the set after Doctor Strange 2 began filming in London, where he was working at the time on Mission Impossible 7. However, Sam Raimi did not make Iron Man a member of the Illuminati, and the cameo never happened.
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

(Image credit: 20th Century Fox)
Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool was another fan favorite to appear in Doctor Strange 2. Marvel boss Kevin Feige has promised Deadpool will be part of the MCU, with a third adventure on the way for the sweary Merc. Some had been wondering if he could make an appearance ahead of this. Some eagle-eyed fans even spotted what they thought was a glimpse of Deadpool in one of the posters for the film. 
Reynolds always maintained he wasn’t going to appear, however, telling Variety: “I’m really not in the movie. I’m promising, I’m not in the movie.” Turns out, he was telling the truth as Deadpool was not the X-Men character who was introduced. 
Nicolas Cage as Ghost Rider

(Image credit: Sony)
Some people expected Nicolas Cage to appear as Ghost Rider. This was one of the more out-there suggestions, but rumors stemmed from the inclusion of characters from Sony’s Marvel universe in recent MCU films. Cage previously played Johnny Blaze in the studio’s Ghost Rider movies back in 2007 and 2011. 
Speaking to GQ, Cage had denied his appearance but admitted he definitely would have reprised the role if asked. He told the publication: “I don’t think they’re casting me. I mean, I would do it. It would be fun. I’d love to work with Cumberbatch, but I don’t think that’s happening.”
Wolverine
Given the confirmation of the X-Men universe merging with the MCU, one cameo people thought may happen was Wolverine. However, it was speculated the iconic character would not be played by Hugh Jackman, and that Marvel would use this as an opportunity to cast a new star in the role. Jackman previously doubled down that his last appearance in the role was in Logan. However, some felt sure the character could return in a new form, which was fuelled by a supposed industry insider who suggested the character would appear in Doctor Strange 2. Instead, we got Professor X, so the movie was not exactly mutant-less.
Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains variant

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Loki’s season finale introduced Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains, a variant tasked with protecting the Sacred Timeline and keeping multiversal order. He failed, with Loki variant Sylvie killing him in the Disney Plus show’s final episode, unleashing his variants on the multiverse. We got our first glimpse of one of these – Kang the Conqueror – in that finale, and he will return in Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania. However, given Doctor Strange 2’s multiverse focus, it was speculated he, or another of his variants, may appear. It seems like Marvel is saving his storyline for a later MCU property, but Feige did share how he’s linked to the plot of Doctor Strange 2 in a recent interview.
Tom Hiddleston as Loki

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Along similar lines as Majors, MCU fans thought the multiverse subject could allow Tom Hiddleston to make a movie return in the Marvel universe. There were some on-set leaks which hinted that the actor could have filmed a brief cameo – but these turned out to be false. Hiddleston recently opened up to Total Film about his return to the character, and whether we may see him in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. Read our full chat with him to see what he said, and what we can expect from Loki season 2. 
Paul Bettany as Vision

(Image credit: Disney/Marvel)
Wanda Maximoff plays a huge role in Doctor Strange 2, driven to dark magic after the loss of her children in WandaVision. The movie follows Elizabeth Olsen’s character as she hunts down America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez). 
Wanda’s kids, Billy and Tommy, are in the movie, but there was no Vision. Paul Bettany had given a cheeky tease about being in the film when he appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He’d said: “I said I was going to be entirely honest with you… Am I in Doctor Strange 2? Yes, no, yes, no, yes, no. I don’t know. Am I? What do you think?” It’s entirely possible that Vision wasn’t created in any other universe, or had been killed by Thanos in all of them, which would be why we didn’t see him. But there does remain the loose end of what happened to White Vision. In the WandaVision finale, the synthezoid flew off – check out our WandaVision ending explained for where he might have gone.
Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man

(Image credit: Sony/Columbia Pictures)
Tobey Maguire? Didn’t we just see him in Spider-Man: No Way Home? Well, this rumor seemed to stem from fans being desperate for him to reunite with Raimi in the Marvel universe. And given Maguire had shown he was open to reprising the role, some thought this would be a great opportunity to see the pair reunited. While it didn’t happen in this film, Raimi has said he’d love to work with Maguire again. Speaking to Fandango, he explained: “I’ve come to realize after making Doctor Strange that anything is possible, really anything in the Marvel universe, any team-ups. I love Tobey. I love Kirsten Dunst. I think all things are possible.”
Jeffrey Wright as The Watcher

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Marvel’s What If has had a much bigger impact on the MCU than many thought it might. Doctor Strange 2 brought some of the show’s characters to live-action for the first time. Not only did we meet Sinister Strange, but we saw Captain Carter in action – albeit quite briefly. One cameo that didn’t happen was Jeffrey Wright as The Watcher, the all-knowing omnipresent character at the center of the show. Despite his character’s key link to the multiverse, we’ve still yet to see Wright take on the role in live-action. There’s always next time, right?
Want more on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Then check out our guides to: 
Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scenes explained
Our guide to Marvel Phase 4
All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
The TV history of the Darkhold, explained
Our full WandaVision recap
The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
How to watch the Marvel movies in order
Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

#rumored #Doctor #Strange #cameos #showed

The rumored Doctor Strange 2 cameos that never showed

Before Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness reaches cinemas, everyone and their grandma was speculating about who would cameo in the movie. Now that Doctor Strange 2 has finally been released, we know who is – and isn’t – in the new Marvel movie. We’re here to talk about the ones who did not make the cut. 
But first: spoiler warning! The below spoils every major Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness cameo. You have been warned.
In the run-up to Doctor Strange 2, there were plenty of rumors about who would appear in the multiversal monster of a Marvel movie. One of the more prominent was Tom Cruise as Iron Man, but dozens of others did the rounds on the internet, and some even proved correct. Indeed, we were treated to a live-action version of The Illuminati; among its ranks were John Krasinski as Reed Richards, Patrick Stewart played Professor X, Lashana Lynch appeared as Captain Marvel, Haley Atwell became Captain Carter, and Anson Mount returned as Black Bolt of the Inhumans.
However, what about the rumors that were never actualized? We’ve broken down the Doctor Strange 2 cameos that never came true.
 Tom Cruise as Iron Man 

(Image credit: Paramount Pictures)
The inclusion of Iron Man in Doctor Strange 2 was rumored after it emerged the Illuminati would be making an appearance. In the Marvel comics, this is a secret group of some of the strongest superheroes in existence who are tasked with making decisions that will impact the fate of the multiverse. One of their central members is Iron Man, who we last saw die in Avengers: Endgame. 
Heading into Doctor Strange 2, many thought Robert Downey Jr would not be back to reprise the role, which could leave the door open for a variant version of him. Rumors were that Tom Cruise could take on the role, as he was a fan favorite casting before Downey Jr won the part. There were also some Reddit theories that Cruise had been on the set after Doctor Strange 2 began filming in London, where he was working at the time on Mission Impossible 7. However, Sam Raimi did not make Iron Man a member of the Illuminati, and the cameo never happened.
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

(Image credit: 20th Century Fox)
Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool was another fan favorite to appear in Doctor Strange 2. Marvel boss Kevin Feige has promised Deadpool will be part of the MCU, with a third adventure on the way for the sweary Merc. Some had been wondering if he could make an appearance ahead of this. Some eagle-eyed fans even spotted what they thought was a glimpse of Deadpool in one of the posters for the film. 
Reynolds always maintained he wasn’t going to appear, however, telling Variety: “I’m really not in the movie. I’m promising, I’m not in the movie.” Turns out, he was telling the truth as Deadpool was not the X-Men character who was introduced. 
Nicolas Cage as Ghost Rider

(Image credit: Sony)
Some people expected Nicolas Cage to appear as Ghost Rider. This was one of the more out-there suggestions, but rumors stemmed from the inclusion of characters from Sony’s Marvel universe in recent MCU films. Cage previously played Johnny Blaze in the studio’s Ghost Rider movies back in 2007 and 2011. 
Speaking to GQ, Cage had denied his appearance but admitted he definitely would have reprised the role if asked. He told the publication: “I don’t think they’re casting me. I mean, I would do it. It would be fun. I’d love to work with Cumberbatch, but I don’t think that’s happening.”
Wolverine
Given the confirmation of the X-Men universe merging with the MCU, one cameo people thought may happen was Wolverine. However, it was speculated the iconic character would not be played by Hugh Jackman, and that Marvel would use this as an opportunity to cast a new star in the role. Jackman previously doubled down that his last appearance in the role was in Logan. However, some felt sure the character could return in a new form, which was fuelled by a supposed industry insider who suggested the character would appear in Doctor Strange 2. Instead, we got Professor X, so the movie was not exactly mutant-less.
Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains variant

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Loki’s season finale introduced Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains, a variant tasked with protecting the Sacred Timeline and keeping multiversal order. He failed, with Loki variant Sylvie killing him in the Disney Plus show’s final episode, unleashing his variants on the multiverse. We got our first glimpse of one of these – Kang the Conqueror – in that finale, and he will return in Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania. However, given Doctor Strange 2’s multiverse focus, it was speculated he, or another of his variants, may appear. It seems like Marvel is saving his storyline for a later MCU property, but Feige did share how he’s linked to the plot of Doctor Strange 2 in a recent interview.
Tom Hiddleston as Loki

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Along similar lines as Majors, MCU fans thought the multiverse subject could allow Tom Hiddleston to make a movie return in the Marvel universe. There were some on-set leaks which hinted that the actor could have filmed a brief cameo – but these turned out to be false. Hiddleston recently opened up to Total Film about his return to the character, and whether we may see him in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. Read our full chat with him to see what he said, and what we can expect from Loki season 2. 
Paul Bettany as Vision

(Image credit: Disney/Marvel)
Wanda Maximoff plays a huge role in Doctor Strange 2, driven to dark magic after the loss of her children in WandaVision. The movie follows Elizabeth Olsen’s character as she hunts down America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez). 
Wanda’s kids, Billy and Tommy, are in the movie, but there was no Vision. Paul Bettany had given a cheeky tease about being in the film when he appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He’d said: “I said I was going to be entirely honest with you… Am I in Doctor Strange 2? Yes, no, yes, no, yes, no. I don’t know. Am I? What do you think?” It’s entirely possible that Vision wasn’t created in any other universe, or had been killed by Thanos in all of them, which would be why we didn’t see him. But there does remain the loose end of what happened to White Vision. In the WandaVision finale, the synthezoid flew off – check out our WandaVision ending explained for where he might have gone.
Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man

(Image credit: Sony/Columbia Pictures)
Tobey Maguire? Didn’t we just see him in Spider-Man: No Way Home? Well, this rumor seemed to stem from fans being desperate for him to reunite with Raimi in the Marvel universe. And given Maguire had shown he was open to reprising the role, some thought this would be a great opportunity to see the pair reunited. While it didn’t happen in this film, Raimi has said he’d love to work with Maguire again. Speaking to Fandango, he explained: “I’ve come to realize after making Doctor Strange that anything is possible, really anything in the Marvel universe, any team-ups. I love Tobey. I love Kirsten Dunst. I think all things are possible.”
Jeffrey Wright as The Watcher

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Marvel’s What If has had a much bigger impact on the MCU than many thought it might. Doctor Strange 2 brought some of the show’s characters to live-action for the first time. Not only did we meet Sinister Strange, but we saw Captain Carter in action – albeit quite briefly. One cameo that didn’t happen was Jeffrey Wright as The Watcher, the all-knowing omnipresent character at the center of the show. Despite his character’s key link to the multiverse, we’ve still yet to see Wright take on the role in live-action. There’s always next time, right?
Want more on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Then check out our guides to: 
Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scenes explained
Our guide to Marvel Phase 4
All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
The TV history of the Darkhold, explained
Our full WandaVision recap
The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
How to watch the Marvel movies in order
Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

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