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Ryan Reynolds Reacts to Fans Who Claim to See Deadpool in “Dr. Strange in Multi-World Madness” | Hollywood

As fans claim to have seen Deadpool’s portrayal in the new poster of “Doctor Strange in the Multiworld of Madness,” actor Ryan Reynolds denies the same.

Once Marvel released the second trailer for Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness during the Super Cup, fans rushed to look for clues that could confirm the presence in the film of other Marvel superheroes. While many claimed to have found Ryan Reynolds Deadpool in the new poster for the film the actor denied the same.

Fans were looking for clues in the new poster of “Doctor Strange” and were confident that in one of the fragments of broken glass will find a reflection of Deadpool.

When Ryan was asked about the same thing at the screening of his Netflix film “Project Adam,” the actor told Variety, “I’m really not in the movie.” Asked if he was lying, he replied again: “I promise I’m not in the movie.”

Dr. Strange in the multi-universe madness is a new poster.

The second trailer for “Dr. Strange in the Multiworld of Madness” included a peek into “Scarlet Witch” by Elizabeth Olsen, which could potentially become bad, and a short audio episode of what sounded like Patrick Stewart, who resumes his role as Professor from the series “X-Men”.

The new trailer shows Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) waking up from a nightmare and coping with the effects of his spell in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, which led to the discovery of the multiverse.

When a wizard wakes up frightened, shocked by visions, his reality is no less than a nightmare. Towards the end, viewers meet Dr. Strange’s double from another universe, Strange Supreme, who promises nothing but chaos for the universes.

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The multi-world madness will also see the return of Benedict Wong as Wong, Rachel McAdams as Dr. Christine Palmer and Chivetel Eggiafor as Carl Mord. Sachitl Gomez makes his MCU debut as Chavez America. The film was directed by Sam Raimi. Michael Waldron and Jade Halle Bartlett wrote the script. It will be released in cinemas on May 6.

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