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New Doctor Strange Trailer Premieres And More Marvel News at SDCC 2016

The fun new trailers just keep on coming, this time with Marvel releasing the second look into Doctor Strange. While Marvel’s Hall H panel was filled with all sorts of wonderment from Thor: Ragnorak, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Black Panther, and Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2, trailers from those films haven’t been widely released just yet. Sure, it’s a bummer for those of us at home, but this Doctor Strange trailer is so amped up that it almost makes up for not getting to see more footage of Baby Groot.

In this trailer, we get a closer look into Tilda Swinton’s character, The Ancient One, and we get to see a glimpse of Mads Mikkelsen’s character. Naturally, we still don’t know too much about the movie and the characters themselves (apart from the fact that people training with The Ancient One get wifi access–because they’re warriors, not savages), but the trailer shows a cool new vibe that Doctor Strange will bring to the MCU. The film absolutely looks a lot more cerebral and a bit trippy, and the mystical elements are certainly quite different from the supersoldier, demigod vibes we’re used to.

Hopefully Marvel will release the footage they shared with Hall H attendees soon and we’ll get glimpses into what’s next for Thor, Spider-Man, the Guardians, and Black Panther as we move into Stage 3 of the MCU. Until then, there’s so much to unpack with this Doctor Strange trailer that I think we’ll be more than occupied until the other trailers drop. And don’t forget, Doctor Strange will be in theaters on November 4, 2016!

What did you think of the Doctor Strange trailer? Are you going to see the film when it hits theaters this November? Tell me what you think in the comments! 

Image credit: Marvel

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