In the Multiverse of Madness, Sam Raimi talks about the creation of Doctor Strange. On May 6, the film will be released in theatres.

The morning following the premiere of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, director Sam Raimi was just beginning to feel relieved. The 62-year-old took over two and a half years ago when Scott Derrickson left the project due to creative disagreements, and the picture, which releases in theatres on Friday, has been a race for him. Raimi had a story to rewrite, but he had to stick to a strict filming schedule.

“Every step of this moviemaking process has been amazing,” Raimi said through Zoom from Los Angeles. “But every component of the process went on too long and became a bit too intense.” “I admire the writing, but it never stops.” Throughout the process, Michael (Waldron) was drafting the script. And the shoot went well, but we had to reshoot. Things were also extended out as a result of COVID.”

Even though his comeback was hastened, Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which opens the summer movie season in Hollywood, has announced the return of one of the genre’s most adored directors. Before his Spider-Man flicks starring Tobey Maguire helped lay the road for the superhero age that followed, Raimi created the microbudget horror masterpiece The Evil Dead (and its more comedic cult-classic sequels, The Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness).

And, astonishingly, the new Doctor Strange is a Sam Raimi picture, complete with fun terror, witty comedic touches, and insane flashes. He adds a dash of craziness to the multiverse.

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