The tickets for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are finally out on sale, and this was celebrated by Disney with the release of another teaser for the much-anticipated sequel. This time, the clip contained all-new footage from the film, confirming the return of Jett Klyne and Julian Hilliard as Tommy and Billy Maximoff.

Interestingly, this clip also hinted at Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) only seeing her twin boys in her dreams, thereby taking the name of Strange‘s first-ever villain.

In this clip, Wanda Maximoff says the same line that Strange (played by Benedict Cumberbatch), said in previous trailers. “Every morning, the same nightmare,” the Scarlet Witch is heard saying in a voice-over. Enough to say, the focus on nightmares and dreams has many fans believing that the Nightmare (the classic Marvel villain) will be the big villain of the movie, serving as the dangerous multi-dimensional force that is pulling its strings behind everything.

Nightmare Hasn’t Appeared In Any Promotions Yet

Nightmare in Marvel Comics
Nightmare is a classic Dr. Strange foe in Marvel Comics

Outside this focus, there isn’t much evidence of Nightmare’s actually being included in the movie. Nightmare hasn’t received any promotion for Doctor Strange 2 through Marvel’s consumer products output, nor any reliable insiders have reported on the inclusion of the character.

Here are the best reactions to what fans are saying about it:

What If…? Season 2 for y’all?


Throw Your Hands


Don’t you dare mess with my emotions. PLEASE!

I repeat.. NO ONE!

We are convinced, are you?

Nightmare or Meek Mill, anyone?



The film is directed by the Spider-Man trilogy’s Sam Raimi from a script written by Emmy-winning Michael Waldron (Loki). The film is executively produced by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is set to hits theaters on May 6th. What other Marvel characters do you think would appear in the upcoming film? Let us know in the comments.



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