Will Bruce Campbell Look Like As Mister Sinister-
A theory from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness imagines what actor Bruce Campbell would look like as Marvel villain Mister Sinister. The MCU sequel is now being directed by Sam Raimi, who took over the project after the departure of Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson. This news, of course, caused Rabell’s frequent collaborator Campbell to intervene by suggesting that he played a villain in the film.
Doctor Strange 2 will see Benedict Cumberbatch reprise his role as the Supreme Sorcerer, Dr Stephen Strange. He will be joined by fellow MCU star Scarlet Witch by Elizabeth Olsen, but in what capacity is still unclear. Presumably, Wanda would be a Strange ally who is also capable of using magic, but then again, there is a possibility that she is the villain of Doctor Strange 2.
Below you can view the fan art which has been revealed-
Marvel Comics has already set a precedent for Scarlet Witch going insane in pain y Using her incredible powers to dangerously warp reality, and judging by how Disney’s upcoming show +, WandaVision, appears to have Wanda living in a fantasy world of her own making. The MCU may be going in a similar direction. It is possible, then, that Wanda is the “madness” that Strange will encounter in the multiverse, but if that is not the case. Doctor Strange 2 sees them teaming up against a common enemy, then here is an argument why the villain could fight while playing for Bruce Campbell.
Together, they would make two more Evil Dead movies to complete the trilogy. Ten years later, Raimi would direct Sony’s first Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire, and in all three films, Campbell had a cameo. Undoubtedly, the actor can expect at least the same in Doctor Strange 2.
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However, this artwork is a strong argument for Bruce Campbell to perform a live-action version of Mister Sinister. In the comics, Mister Sinister is frequently an enemy of the X-Men, but the MCU doesn’t always strictly adhere to what happened earlier in the comics. Or they could introduce the X-Men through Doctor Strange 2; now they can do whatever they want. In that case, the genetically super long-lived supervillain with a dramatic twist could be a significant role for Campbell, regardless of whether it’s just a cameo or not.