Sep 30, 2016 12:47 PM EDT
‘Doctor Strange’ Motion Poster Revealed: The Doctor Expands His Mind [VIDEO]
It's just a few more weeks before the next Marvel superhero hit the big screens. The new addition to the ever growing Marvel Cinematic Universe is the mystical doctor-turned-sorcerer, Doctor Strange. Now, the marketing for the film intensifies as a new motion poster is released.
The marketing campaign of the "Doctor Strange" film kicks hard lately. A new trailer has been released and interviews are being set up with Kevin Feige. Now, motion picture that would truly amaze the audience was released. The latest motion poster was posted in Marvel's Instagram and features several characters, including allies and foes of the Sorcerer Supreme.
The main actor playing as Doctor Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch, appears in a motion poster showing the glowing Eye of Agamotto hanging from the Sorcerer Supreme's neck. The poster leaps from one image to another in a kaleidoscopic way. The motion poster shows images of snowy mountains, cities and several things that soon merge into a single visual image which, according to Screenrant, seems appropriate for a Salvador Dali painting. Watch it below:
The plot revolves around a doctor named Stephen Strange. He is an arrogant neurosurgeon but got his head straight after being car-crashed so hard he almost died. The event also left his hand crippled. Now, desperate to find a cure, the doctor travels all around the globe until he meets a powerful sorcerer in Nepal called the Ancient One. His destiny was seen by this sorcerer and he was trained into the art of mysticism. It will then become his tool in saving the earth from the threat that looms in the horizon.
While the "Guardians of the Galaxy" made way for the viewers and lead them to the cosmic side of Marvel Universe, "Doctor Strange" will be opening a path for the audience into Marvel's mystical side. This means that the hero will not only be facing physical threats but also inter-dimensional ones.
The "Doctor Strange" film will hit the cinemas on November 4, 2016. Meanwhile, other Marvel films follow after with "Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2" on May 2017 and "Spiderman: Homecoming" on July 2017.
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