Joined by Danny Elfman’s thrilling score, haunting visuals, and jam-loaded with Easter eggs, Multiverse of Madness’ trailer offers a great deal for fans to take in. Its biggest uncover is that Patrick Stewart is seemingly reprising his job as X-Men’s Professor X. Following Disney’s acquisition of Fox 2019, many have pondered when and how the MCU would execute Deadpool, the X-Men, and Fantastic Four. Previously “Ralph Boner,” WandaVision seemingly saw Evan Peters reprise his Fox job as Quicksilver. Despite that phony out, that Disney+ series is still set to assume a significant part in Multiverse of Madness as Strange, America Chavez, and an exceptionally suspicious Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch traverse universes vivified and otherwise.
Multiverse of Madness is supposed to include a wide assortment of MCU cameos, none of which have so-far been affirmed. Fans have speculated that everybody from Maguire’s web-slinger and Ioan Gruffudd’s Reed Richards, to a Tom Cruise Iron Man will show up in Doctor Strange 2. Thanks to some Ultron sentries and the voice of one Stewart, the trailer hints at the possible presence of a multiversal? Illuminati-a secret society of heroes from the comics who serve as a sort of United Nations. It was also speculated that Doctor Strange 2 went through reshoots to add more Marvel characters, so there’s no telling who will show up in what could be a party more ambitious than Spider-Man: No Way Home, or even Avengers: Endgame. On the off chance that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness wasn’t number one on everybody’s most-expected list before the Super Bowl, it is now.
According to information obtained, the Doctor Strange 2 trailer was officially the most-seen trailer released during Super Bowl LVI. Multiverse of Madness’ trailer gathered 93.12 million views across all channels in its first 24 hours online. Following not-so-close behind in view was Jurassic World: Dominion with 86.82 million views, and Amazon’s Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series with 80.34 million. Then, the numbers drops significantly to The Adam Project’s 32.2 million.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was the most-watched trailer to drop during Super Bowl LVI. Following Phase 4’s record-breaking Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Stephen Strange is set to further investigate the MCU’s multiverse in the new film.