Doctor Strange 2: Inhumans Star Opens Up About His Return

Doctor Strange 2: Inhumans Star Opens Up About His Return

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was released almost two weeks ago, and the dust around it still hasn’t settled down. The movie grossed $689 million so far, and the fans are still divided about the movie. Critics generally praised the movie’s visuals, Sam Raimi’s direction, and performances of the cast, while writing and pacing drew some criticism.

Also, the fans are divided about the fact that the movie didn’t live up to the expectations regarding the rumored cameos that the movie was reported to have ahead of its release. Although the movie had its fair share of guest characters and surprising cameos, that apparently wasn’t enough for some fans. But, one character who had a special cameo role was Black Bolt, played by Anson Mount.

Mount played the character in Inhumans, a Marvel TV series that aired for only one, 8-episode season back in 2017. The series was the first live-action series that debuted in theaters before its premiere on the small screens. Still, the series received negative reviews and was canceled by ABC after only one season.

Anson Mount reprised the role of Black Bolt in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and now that the spoiler ban has been lifted, Mount finally decided to speak about his return on his Twitter account. You can check his statement below:

“Finally able to discuss this w/out providing too many spoilers. Getting the call from @Kevfeige was one of the most unexpected of my life. It was an honor & joy to finally work w/ Sam Raime who reached out to engage me on how best to do this. Beyond grateful for the experience 🤯” — Anson Mount on Twitter

Directed by Sam Raimi, and starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, and Rachel McAdams, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness now plays in theaters.

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