The next film fans will see from Marvel Studios is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. While there will have been a five-month wait since Spider-Man: No Way Home last year, if the trailers are any indication, those months of anticipation are sure to be worth it. Given how great the Multiverse was for the web-slinger, the opportunities are endless for Benedict Cumberbatch's next adventure.
Even with everything, the recent teaser showed fans the original TV spot that aired during the Super Bowl has never been officially released online. Those precious thirty seconds contained even more new footage, which audiences have only been able to re-experience via bootleg copies on YouTube.
Thankfully, that's now changed.
Extra Doctor Strange Footage Officially Released
Marvel's official Latin America Twitter page has officially released the Superbowl TV spot for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which was previously not released online. Check out below for the new high-quality goodness to be found within the thirty seconds of madness.
This starts off with a clear shot of what could the mysterious threat going after the sorcerers at Kamar Taj.
A shot from above shows the forces defending against the stranger—the battle probably isn't going to go well for them.
Wanda looks through the glass into the Multiverse, in imagery that is strikingly similar to how the Watcher does it in What If...?.
Mordo holds a magical sword against Doctor Strange, which appears to be in the Illuminati's headquarters.
America Chavez goes up against Gargantos in the streets of New York City.
Benedict Cumberbatch's Defender Strange is shown for the first time as he defends America Chavez from a magical threat.
Rachel McAdams, who is likely playing a character that audiences aren't familiar with, is seen next to an Ultron bot, with America Chavez in a transparent cube prison behind her.
A mysterious figure, who many assume is either a Variant of Captain Marvel or Iron Man, is seen charging at Wanda.
Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff isn't looking so good as she looks at something in the distance.
Scarlet Witch continues not to look so great as she hits the point of crazy—or so it seems.
Taking a closer look, the former Avenger seems to be covered in blood (or some black ooze) and is gunning for a mysterious target.
This shot comes just before the audience learns that this Variant of Doctor Strange has become a zombie.
Strange realizes what he's becoming—hopefully, this is indeed a Variant and not the sorcerer audiences have come to know.
A mysterious beast grabs Defender Strange as they fall through one of America Chavez's portals.
Re-Live All The Extra Strange
It is rather strange that it took so long for the Super Bowl spot to be officially released online. Even then, it's not even being widely marketed across all of their pages.
Usually, when a spot airs alongside a full trailer release, those thirty seconds are comprised almost entirely of footage from that very same trailer being put online. Here, however, there's an abnormal amount of unique footage—though, fans aren't likely to start complaining.
The film is just over two months away, and the wait is starting to become harder with each passing day. Hopefully, fans can make it to the movie before all of the spoilers leak out online, which is a very real problem these days. Just look at how Spider-Man: No Way Home went.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hits theaters on May 6.