With the release of the latest Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer it's fair to say that fans have been dropped into a multiverse of questions and theories.
Bringing with it multiple Stephen Stranges (Benedict Cumberbatch), the latest trailer has made it clear that the lines between multiverses have blurred possibly beyond the control of one Strange alone.
What has fascinated us about this second trailer is just much of Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) we see in various states. Whether it's in a tranquil orchard with sheep milling around her, where she suggests that Vision had warned her of the dangers of the multiverse in a conversation with Strange, or in a meditative state in which her fingertips have now darkened (chaos magic alert!), her presence makes it feel as though it's likely that she'll play a key, and possible villainous, role.
Alongside the Wanda conundrums, we're also wondering if we've just been introduced to Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) as part of a larger connection to the ultimate Illuminati, potentially opening doors to that sweet X-Men and Marvel Universe crossover that we've all been waiting for.
Could you imagine an epic Scarlett Witch and Dark Phoenix mega battle on-screen? Wow!
Catch Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in cinemas 6 May 2022.