As the never-ending deluge of Marvel promotional materials continues to pour out for Doctor Strange, we get a new clip from the films that shows a moment where impaired former surgeon Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is conversing with Tilda Swinton's mystical master, The Ancient One. Now, Marvel Studios president and Doctor Strange producer Kevin Feige has confirmed to EW that Harmon was indeed involved in the brainstorming process for those scenes.
Because, at this point, the Avengers are scattered, Thanos has never been closer and we've got a shedload of now announced movies to come, and that set up the tantalising possibility of lots of options. We are all big fans of his work, clearly. So, we're big fans of that. And he was very, very gracious in doing that. But composer Michael Giacchino has pulled off something pretty special here. The second trailer notably ended with a gag from Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) about the wifi, while subsequent TV spots have since thrown in an Adele joke or two. Now everyone expects it, especially since there's been so much talk about Marvel going light and DC going dark.
However you wish to describe this refreshingly eclectic sample track, you can listen to the rest when the album becomes available for purchase and streaming on October 21-or on November 4, when Doctor Strange teleports himself into theaters.