When El Mayimbe showed up to talk a bit about the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Episode 4 of Wrath of The Kidd on the This Is Infamous Radio Network, he promised a pretty huge scoop today over at Latino Review, and damn if he didn’t deliver…

In the first of what will be a three-part reveal that is most likely set to cover the entire script, details of the plot of Marvel’s Phase Three solo film for DOCTOR STRANGE are revealed.

Kevin Feige, President of Production at Marvel Studios, has long expressed an affinity for the mystical character, and, with Marvel announcing some releases dates without titles in recent days, it’d appear DOCTOR STRANGE is pretty far down the pipeline to be one of the key components of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it expands post-AVENGERS 2.

These script details look to come from a script penned by Thomas Dean Donnelly and Thomas Oppenheimer, and, while there can always be shifting from what’s put on the screenplay page to what we get in the final film, don’t be surprised to see a lot of elements that are being revealed here to wind up in that first introduction to DOCTOR STRANGE, which may be kicking off the 2016 Summer movie season.

Now let the speculation begin… Who would make a good Doctor Strange?

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    • Mike MacLeod

      Oh nice one! Never even thought of him, but that’s definitely an inspired choice.

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  1. Mike MacLeod

    Burt Reynolds in his prime would have been awesome, jk. I really have no idea who would make for a good Dr. Strange. Benicio Del Toro will inevitable be thrown around, but I don’t think he’d be a good fit, has the right look, but too dark of an actor for the role, IMO. And granted, this opinion is also coming from someone who has never read a Doctor Strange comic in his life, so………

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  2. Roberto Suarez

    Patrick Dempsey?

    How reliable is this information? The last major Marvel scoop by Latino Review claimed that Planet Hulk would be part of Marvel Phase 3, which Feige debunked.

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  3. Richard Rickaby

    John Cusack hands down. He even had the hair and goatee in The Raven. Just needs some white at the temples and we are good to go!

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