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Benjamin Bratt Might Be In Marvel's DOCTOR STRANGE Apparently a new cast member has been listed as one of the stars for DOCTOR STRANGE. This comes in the form of Benjamin Bratt being listed among such ones as Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, and Rachel McAdams. Even though the actor is listed in the film,  there is no indication or idea about who or what Bratt may be playing. For the most part, a majority of notable roles in the film have been filled.

Ryan Coogler on How Black Panther Differs from Other Marvel Films Black Panther, King of the technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda, made his mighty cinematic debut in Captain America: Civil War.  T’Challa (his birth name) is now stepping out to be the hero in his very own highly-anticipated solo film starring an impressive cast with Chadwick Bosemen as the titular character and Creed’s Michael B. Jordan as the villain Erik Killmonger.

Benjamin Bratt Is Also Apparently in ‘Doctor Strange’, But Who Does He Play? Marvel’s Doctor Strange finished shooting in April and has already released two trailers, which makes it all the weirder that we’re just now learning that Benjamin Bratt appears in the film. And how we learned about his casting is even stranger: his name was listed with the main actors in the small print of the recent Doctor Strange movie poster that was released during Comic-Con 2016. Getting your name in the credit block on the theatrical one sheet typically means you have a big role in the movie.

Black Panther: First Plot Details Revealed Black Panther, the upcoming Marvel solo film, has been shrouded in mystery since it was first announced. Other than the post-credits scene in Captain America: Civil War that gave us a glimpse at Panther’s (Chadwick Boseman) secluded and technological homeland of Wakanda and a slew of casting details, we haven’t heard much concerning the actual plot.

Coogler Talks Up The Connection Between 'BLACK PANTHER' And The Current Comic Run One of the seemingly insurmountable tasks filmmakers must encounter, when it comes to adapting a beloved comic book character to the big screen, is choosing which book, run, or continuity to pull from. Especially when it's a character that's been around for several decades, has had dozens of great iterations, and unique voices that have added their own touches to the character's legacy.

Benjamin Bratt Listed Among The Cast Of Marvel's DOCTOR STRANGE With Mads Mikkelsen playing Kaecilius and Chiwetel Ejiofor playing Baron Karl Mordo, all the early fan favorites to play Dormammu  have assumed other roles.  Unless he's being saved for the sequel, the film needs to cast someone to play the master of the Dark Dimension.  Could that be who Benjamin Bratt is playing?  Marvel has not made any announcements to alert the public that Bratt is in the film so either his role is minor or he's playing a character that they want to leave a surprise until opening night.  Who do you think Bratt (52) could be playing?&a

Reshape Reality in the First Official Trailer for Doctor Strange Marvel had a few things to show at Comic-Con too, one of them being this first official trailer for Doctor Strange. It’s pretty crazy, as you’d expect. “Marvel’s Doctor Strange follows the story of the talented neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange who, after a tragic car accident, must put ego aside and learn the secrets of a hidden […] Read Reshape Reality in the First Official Trailer for Doctor Strange on Filmonic.

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Joe Quesada Says IRON FIST Has More Villains Than Any Other Netflix Marvel Show In a new interview with IGN, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada touched on his work on the Marvel TV shows and revealed something particularly interesting regarding the company's upcoming Iron Fist collaboration with Netflix. "The cast is amazing. Another show that will be completely different from Luke, Jessica and Daredevil. That's really our goal. We're trying to offer four shows, that live in the same universe but offer fans a completely different look. Martial arts will play a huge part in Iron Fist.

The next movie installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is Doctor Strange, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as the man who would be the Sorcerer Supreme, Stephen Vincent Strange.

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