Doctor Strange 2 Fan Art Finds Scarlet Witch in a variation of The Evil Deads movie poster

Sam Raimi is best known for his work on The Evil Dead and Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man movies. Now a fan has brought The Evil Dead to MCU.


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Marvel fans really love a good crossover, like Spider-Man: No Way Home has proven. With Sam Raimi taking the helm Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness, a fan has made a new poster for the film that puts Marvels’ Scarlet Witch in an iconic pose from Raimis The evil death. While it has been noted that the recent outing to Doctor Strange will bring horror to MCU, it’s probably safe to say we will not see anything quite as extreme coming to the franchise at some point soon.

Sam Raimi first made his name with The evil death, the film that created a star of Bruce Campbell and developed a franchise that publishes its latest contribution this year four decades later. While the instructor has never completely stepped away from The evil death, he became the first director to bring Spider-Man to the big screen in 2002, starring Tobey Maguire, and returned to direct both sequels. Now, thanks to the circumstances, Raimi has returned Marvel for Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness.

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Although we may not be seeing the heroes of MCU take hold The evil death on screen, artist Alexey Kotolevskiy has created an unofficial poster for Doctor Strange sequel that mimics the original poster for The evil death, with a comically-accurate depiction of Scarlet Witch being pulled into the ground by an arm that appears to belong to the dark variant of Doctor Strange seen in the trailer for the film. Since the MCU deals with several variants from the multiverse, this poster could very well prove to be one of the largest What if’s of them all.

Kotolevskiy wrote on his Instagram post, “Keep fantasizing about #doctorstrange! I still dream of watching a movie in the style of Sam Raimi, but it was not limited by Disney. Of course, it will definitely be beautiful, fun and interesting … but just imagine this movie with an R rating … a dream. “


Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the darkest MCU movie yet


Man in cloak stands in the doorway in front of two women.

The world of the MCU has changed and the evolution of the multiverse is bringing a lot of trouble and darkness to the earth’s greatest heroes. If Spider-Man: No Way Home was the starter then Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness is about to bring the main course. The film will see Strange get help from Wanda and face countless horrors in the multiverse, which reportedly includes several variants of himself, but how bad it will be for the former Sorcerer Supreme is something we currently have no idea.

With reports also suggesting that the recently completed remakes of the film have been used to add more variant characters and new introductions to the film, fans have speculated wildly about who might end up appearing in the film, with guesswork right from Tom Cruise as a variation of Iron Man, to a performance by members of the X-Men and Fantastic Four, as well as the ever-popular shouts of “Mephisto!” reverberation around social media. With Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness when they first arrive on May 6, there is still a long way for fans to continue adding to their wishlists before the truth is finally revealed.


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