Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, often known as Doctor Strange 2, has drawn a lot of criticism from viewers ever since it was aired.
In Scott Derrickson’s film, Benedict Cumberbatch made his acting debut as Doctor Strange, and as a result, the entire Marvel universe experienced a major upsurge in popularity. When Sam Raimi took Scott’s place, he added his own distinctive style of horror elements to the film, which led to a lot of criticism of everything from the script to the direction.
Now, a newcomer to Marvel named America Chavez, who made her debut in Doctor Strange 2, defended the film’s writer, Michael Waldron, from all the criticism. To read more, keep scrolling down.
Xochitl Gomez, who as America Chavez in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, responded to all the criticisms of the film on Instagram. She also jumped in to defend the film’s writer, Michael Waldron. She wrote, “Y’all need to stop hating on Michael Waldron”. “They requested for 33 rewrites”, she quoted. Though he’s a great writer but Nothing was in his hands.
Xochitl Gomez (America Chavez) responds to criticism about #DoctorStrange in the Multiverse of Madness’ writing and defends Michael Waldron’s choices:
“Y’all need to stop hating on Michael Waldron…They asked for 33 rewrites…none of it is up to him.” pic.twitter.com/7YHhmNMqSQ
— Doctor Strange Updates (@DrStrangeUpdate) April 29, 2023
That is accurate, and numerous reports have claimed that reshoots for Marvel films frequently take place. Kevil Feige said, “‘Reshoots’ was a bad word,” while discussing it in a prior interview. It must be a problem because this movie is currently undergoing reshoots.
Kevil Feige continued, “Reshoots are essential to our films, beginning with Iron Man.” He added at Marvel, they like to think of themselves as intelligent filmmakers, but they are not geniuses, and the best way to give notes on a movie is to watch it first. As a result, they complete the film first. Though there is a system now, that is quite accurate and effective. It may take fifteen days or even more to make the outcome best.