How Marvel Is Trying To Avoid Dr. Strange 2 Spoilers

There is no doubt that fans of superhero movies are desperate for it to arrive on May 6. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, to be able to enjoy it in cinemas. It is, in case you don’t remember, the 28th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, to paraphrase the famous Uncle Ben from the spider-man Sam Raimi, “a great movie comes with a lot of spoilers.”

But what madness is this?

And it is that in this type of such large productions it is very normal for spoilers to be revealed prior to the international premiere, although this time Marvel seems to have learned from their mistakes and has devised a new way to prevent data from being leaked that would harm future viewers who fill the theaters on the first dates.

In previous years, it would have been very common that in the months leading up to the film’s release, important details of each of them come to light, such as frames, descriptions of a specific scene or, in very extreme cases, the entire sequence with “several Spider-Man at once”. This was precisely the case of the acclaimed Spider-Man No Way Home, film of which scenes were known before the premiere as important as the unexpected appearance of Daredevil (a photograph), or a portion of the scene (without visual effects) of the conversation between Tom Holland, Andrew Gardfield and Tobey Maguire just before launching to the final battle.

Another danger facing Marvel is the human factor within the film’s grand premiere. Just last year, in 2021, attendees at the premieres from Eternals revealed the post-credits scene in which we saw Eros (brother of Thanos), and the moment in which Andrew Garfield makes an appearance after the involuntary invocation of Ned and MJ in Spider-Man No Way Home.

Desperate measures

With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Marvel Studios is going to take two steps. First of all the premiere world will be held on May 2, just four days before the premiere in theaters around the world, thus minimizing the possibility of data being leaked. Besides, The embargo on social networks will end on May 3so from that day on influencers Those who have been able to enjoy it before time will have the opportunity to give their small opinion with the maximum length of a tweet. Secondly, the criticism embargo will end on May 4, the date from which it will be possible to read the opinions of specialized journalists, that is, WITHOUT SPOILERS.

Marvel Studios is confident that the proximity of the embargoes is enough to stop the spoilers of the film, and it is no coincidence that they have chosen this film as the first to implement these new security measures given the importance it is taking on for fans, who already see it as an event on the same level as the last two movies about The Avengersso much infinity war What end gameand that will be in charge of opening wide the doors of the multiverse that Marvel has already outlined slightly with Spider-Man No Way Home.

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