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Doctor Strange 2: Spider-Man May Play a Huge Role in Sequel

Published on January 24th, 2022 | Updated on January 24th, 2022 | By FanFest

With the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has received an unprecedented amount of attention.

While it may not have the same big hook as the potential for 3 Spider-Men, Benedict Cumberbatch’s sequel is anticipated to include a variety of cameo appearances from famous Marvel characters from across the multiverse. Perhaps one of them could be someone we just saw in No Way Home.

Fans have noticed that a recent Instagram post from the Portuguese voice actress for Scarlet Witch may have just dropped a major Doctor Strange 2 news.

Mariana Torres, who dubs Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff in MCU productions, shared a photo of herself with fellow voiceover star Manolo Rey a few days ago, along with the caption: “Good things are coming!!!”

It’s no coincidence that Rey is the voice actor for Tobey Maguire!

Fans have foreseen a Maguire appearance in Doctor Strange 2 for some time, even before we knew he’d appear in No Way Home.

Because Sam Raimi is making his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut with this one, it always seemed likely that he would utilize the multiversal scope of DS2 to bring back his former Spider-Man trilogy leading man. While this social media post doesn’t necessarily confirm a comeback for “Peter 2,” it certainly adds a lot of fuel to the speculation

Fans are looking forward to seeing more of Spider-Man and his cast in NWH, especially Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s return as Peter Parker. Raimi’s webhead swinging back onto screens immediately after his most recent return might make audiences go wild, just like with Maguire and Garfield’s returns in NWH.

What do you think about the potential to see Maguire again? Let us know in the comments below!

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