Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will act as the first time that Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff and Benedict Cumberbatch's Stephen Strange team up together. In any case, when Wanda changed into the Scarlet Witch toward the finish of WandaVision, many guessed that she will be an enemy rather than an ally to Strange in the upcoming MCU sequel.

The speculations were additionally intensified while advertising for Multiverse of Madness discloses various bits of sinister footage of the Avenger. In any case, it is not yet clear in the event that the character's villainy will push through since anything can happen when a project deals with alternate realities.

Presently, new footage has added more interest to the Scarlet Witch's potential heel turn in the sequel.

Doctor Strange 2 Promo Unveils More Scarlet Witch

Marvel Studios officially released a new promotion for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, displaying new footage and exchange from Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff and Benedict Cumberbatch's titular sorcerer.

The 30-second TV spot shows a greater amount of the cooperation between Wanda and Strange, with the previous telling the last option that "it's about time you showed up."

One more piece of exchange between the magical pair was additionally disclosed, with Wanda telling Strange to "try not to break the Multiverse."

Strange likewise enters an unknown dimension to find the Darkhold, first presented in WandaVision:

The Scarlet Witch is trapped in the mirror dimension, yet apparently, she isn't upset by it:

Strange is by all accounts releasing Chaos Magic in this new still:

Defender Strange and America Chavez are in the same dimension where the Darkhold is, however signs demonstrate that this is during the early part of the film:

The full promotion should be visible below:

Is Wanda Good or Evil in Doctor Strange 2?

Wanda's ethical dilemma has for quite some time been the subject of discussion among MCU fans since the time WandaVision, and apparently, the last response will be revealed in Multiverse of Madness.

Obviously, Wanda isn't naturally malevolent, in any event, taking into account how dark a portion of her story has been. The Darkhold's impact toward the finish of WandaVision could be the guilty party of Wanda's villainous turn in the sequel, and Strange could be the way to saving her.

It's conceivable that a decent chunk of Multiverse of Madness will investigate Wanda's villainy, particularly after past promotions include footage of the Scarlet Witch's assault on the Illuminati compound. Notwithstanding, quite possibly the character will be redeemed eventually, with Wanda collaborating with Strange to battle Gargantos or another villain that presently can't seem to be uncovered.

In any event, all will be uncovered when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness debuts in cinemas on May 6.

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