The impact that Marvel Studios' Disney+ shows were going to have on the MCU was always teased, although viewers were hesitant even after something like WandaVision. But now, after Loki has come and gone, the picture is starting to become much clearer.
In Loki's finale, thanks to the inactions of the TVA and the actions of Sylvie, the Sacred Timeline was broken and chaos unleashed. The chaos that viewers saw unfolding outside of He Who Remains' windows is likely the very same madness that Doctor Strange will have to deal with in his next outing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The film already seems to have some wild events with the introduction of American Chavez, the continuation of Wanda's story, a terrifying villain, and even Captain Carter. Of course, that seems to be only the beginning of the craziness that viewers will be witnessing thanks to the murder of Kang's nicest Variant.
Case in point: be prepared for some sea creatures.
STRANGE SEA CREATURE
Thanks to Twitter user @DrStrangeUpdate, new information about the upcoming film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has been unearthed.
It was discovered, thanks to actor Yenifer Molina's acting resume on Mandy, that the Namor-related sea creature Gargantos would be making an appearance. In fact, there may even be two of them if her listing is correct.
WHATS MORE MADNESS
Fans don't really have any idea what to expect from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness besides, well, Multiverse madness.
It looks to be the MCU's first true deep dive into the many concepts that the Multiverse brings; one can only hope that fans will walk away from the movie having a much clearer understanding of everything that Loki began to introduce to the world.
It's also a hope that Scarlet Witch's newfound power is addressed and delved into, as Agatha Harkness did suggest she could, and would, end everything. So that's certainly a tease that needs to go somewhere. At the very least, Wanda's children are likely to become involved once again, as the film is rumored to continue what WandavVision's post-credits scene teases.
Either way, fans don't have to wait that much longer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Until then, they also have plenty to enjoy from the Sorcerer Supreme in the form of What if...? and Spider-Man: No Way Home—also Shang-Chi if one counts Wong's appearance.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will hit theaters on March 25, 2022.