"Doctor Strange 2: In the Multiverse of Madness": Here's what the cast has to say about appearances by Deadpool and Professor X

Since the Super Bowl trailer, many have speculated about the MCU debut of the X-Men

by Pierre Lorenz on February 23, 2022

Disney's next MCU movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, will finally be released in theaters in May. Especially after the second trailer, which was shown for the first time at the Super Bowl, many fans can't stop speculating. In the original version of the second trailer, for example, you can hear a voice that sounds suspiciously like Patrick Stewart as Professor X. When asked about the trailer, Stewart denied his involvement, saying it wasn't the first time others had imitated his voice. This statement was somewhat confusing, after all, it was actually certain that Stewart was on board as a member of the so-called Illuminati. Ryan Reynolds was also asked whether the X-Men and especially he as Deadpool would not celebrate their MCU debut in the "Doctor Strange" sequel. He himself also affirmed, like Patrick Stewart, that they are not involved in the movie in any way. Is this the biggest bluff since Andrew Garfield's denial of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" or is Disney really trying to pull the wool over our eyes with a fake Professor X voice? We'll probably only find out when the movie is released on May 06, 2022. 

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