Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen disappointed by the LGBT+ censorship of ‘Doctor Strange 2’

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In the same way that thousands of fans have been disappointed because in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, the movie ‘Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness’ will not be presented in theaters, Benedict Cumberbath and Elizabeth Olsen, the protagonists, have spoken out against this homophobic position that prevents the premiere of the tape.

There are only a few days left for the official premiere of this new superhero movie, however it has been revealed that not all countries in the world will take it to the cinema since it includes some scenes with LGBT+ representation that the company Marvel Studios is not willing to censor , so he would rather lose the box office in Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

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This decision has caused annoyance and disappointment in many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and recently at an event during the press tour, Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen, protagonists of the film, have expressed their dissatisfaction with what happened and hope that the situation can change.

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I’m afraid it’s an unexpected disappointment”, says Benedict Cumberbatch about the ban on the premiere of ‘Doctor Strange 2’.

“We have come to know from those repressive regimes that their lack of tolerance excludes people who deserve not only to be included, but celebrated for who they are and feel part of a society and a culture and not be punished for their sexuality,” he says forcefully. the renowned actor who returns to Marvel to give life to the sorcerer Stephen Strange.

“This character is the one from the comics. It’s not something we created for the sake of diversity. We’ve included her because of how amazing she is as a character,” adds Cumberbatch, who says that this is “just one aspect of the character and that’s all it should be, but unfortunately it’s also very politically charged now. And I wish he wasn’t like that.”

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Elizabeth Olsen Hopes Fans Can See ‘Doctor Strange 2’ Somehow

In addition to Benedict Cumberbatch’s statement regarding the situation that Marvel Studios is going through with the premiere of this long-awaited superhero movie, actress Elizabeth Olsen also took the opportunity to give her point of view, where she stated that she hopes that fans can see the tape in some way.

I think it’s very bad for fans who are in other countries and won’t be able to see the movie, and I hope they find ways to watch it.”

The protagonist of ‘WandaVision’ regrets the situation, but remembers that this is out of the control of the actors but adds: “It is definitely disappointing for the fans but I am also proud to be part of a film that represents inclusion and diversity”, making clear his position in the face of what happened with Marvel’s decision to oppose censorship.

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