This would be the real villain of ‘Doctor Strange 2’ hidden in the latest trailer

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One month after the release of ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’, everything is ready for its premiere, and tickets have already been put on pre-sale. But even a few weeks before it hits theaters, there are still many unknowns about Benedict Cumberbatch’s film, and its latest trailer seems to have revealed the existence of the hidden villain behind it.

After ‘Spiderman: No Way Home’, Disney and Marvel will begin to explore the true consequences of the Multiverse with ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’, and in his most recent trailer we could see new advances on the plot. Among them, the return of Billy and Tommy, the children of Wanda Maximoff.

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The advance seems to be focused on the villains that we will see in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, which is why the fan theory becomes more relevant. In the small preview we hear the Scarlet Witch saying: “every morning the same nightmare”. A phrase that has left fans of Marvel comics thinking.

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This emphasis on dreams and nightmares created the theory that the true villain of ‘Doctor Strange’ is Nightmare, who is pulling the multiversal strings behind the plot. However, there is no explicit evidence of the appearance of this mysterious enemy in the story of Sam Raimi.

El villano secreto de ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

For now, Marvel has also not mentioned that Nightmare appears on the tape, as there are no mentions in the synopsis or other advances. This character is one of the main enemies of Doctor Strange and Ghost Rider in the comics, and is also part of The Six-Fingered Hand and one of the Lords of Fear. And he has the ability to draw energy from people’s dreams.

Nightmare is one of the main villains of Doctor Strange: Courtesy: Marvel

Although the plot of ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ revolves around the exploration of the Multiverse, perhaps dreams and nightmares are the real reason that led Wanda and Wong to behave strangely, until they became villains. However, nothing is confirmed about it yet.

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It will be next May 6 when ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ opens worldwide, and two days before, in its preview in Mexico and some parts of Latin America. So we will have to wait just a few more weeks to find out everything that Marvel keeps with its next multiversal tape.

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