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SDCC 2019: Marvel Reveals ‘Doctor Strange’ Sequel Title & Release Date
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There’s tons of news coming out of the Marvel panel today at San Diego Comic-Con, one tidbit being the full title and release date of the planned sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange.

The sequel’s title, as revealed in the film’s title card, is Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, which will be released in theaters in May 7, 2021.

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SDCC 2019: TBS’s ‘Snowpiercer’ Series Trailer: Next Stop, A Frozen Post-Apocalyptic Dystopia
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San Diego Comic-Con is the perfect place to reveal the first trailer for the TBS adaptation of Snowpiercer, based on Bong Joon-ho‘s 2014 sci-fi film – which happens to be an adaptation of the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige.

Snowpiercer is set years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, and centers on the last of humanity, who inhabit a train which has over 1,000 cars and never stops. It stars Hamilton‘s Daveed Diggs as the series protagonist, who will lead his fellow tail car passengers in a revolt against the high-class front car passengers. Check out the trailer below.

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‘Snowpiercer’ TV Show Gets A Season 2 A Year Before Season 1 Premiere
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It was three and a half years ago now that we found out that a TV series based on the Bong Joon-ho movie Snowpiercer could be on the way. That TV show has traveled a slow road since then. A couple of years back we found out that the series would star Daveed Diggs and Academy Award winner Jennifer Connelly. Last year we found out that TNT had given the show a full series order.

Now the Snowpiercer adaptation has a new home, moving from TNT to sister channel TBS, and has been given a second season. One whole year before its debut season even premieres.

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Marvel Studios and Scott Derrickson To Officially Conjure Up A ‘Doctor Strange’ Sequel
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Two years after the Sorcerer Supreme (Benedict Cumberbatch) made his cinematic debut, it’s been announced that Doctor Strange is officially getting a sequel.

Not only that, but Scott Derrickson, the first film’s director, is said to be back to helm for the sequel. More on the report below.

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‘Doctor Strange’ Writer and Director Want To Come Back For ‘Doctor Strange 2’; Have Ideas To Make Title Hero’s Life A Nightmare
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Marvel Studios likes to announce sequels to their movies before or after a film’s release. Whenever it’s the former, it’s because the film is tracking well or got a very warm reception from critics who saw it early. Whenever it’s the latter, it’s because the film did really well at the box office. But it’s different for Doctor Strange. While the film did well at the box office, it wasn’t one of the studio’s best efforts. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t get a sequel, but the fact that it was so successful and the studio hasn’t announced one yet is, well, strange.

Now Doctor Strange screenwriter C. Robert Cargill is talking a little bit about the sequel and his plans for what we could see in it, including the villains and more. See what he had to say below.

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