Every Marvel End

We dissect the two end credits scenes in Marvel's Doctor Strange movie. As you might expect, these are spoilers.

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By James Hunt | November 3, 2016 | | Comments count:0

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

Spoilers for Doctor Strange Ahead!

Marvel’s post-credits scenes have gone from being an unexpected delight khổng lồ a downright necessary part of the viewing experience, such that people hunger as much for them as the movie itself. Doctor Strange has the honor of being the 14th Marvel Cinematic Universe movie in nine years, và the 14th in a row to feature teases and hints about what might happen next.

Want to lớn know what the fuss is about this time? Here we go!

Mid-credits scene

The screen goes blaông chồng. “So Earth has wizards now?” asks a deep, familiar, Asgardian voice. The picture returns. We’re in Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum and he’s entertaining a visit from Thor, dressed in casual (human) clothing and whose “tea” is replaced with a large flagon of mead (which automatically refills when he empties it).

Strange explains lớn Thor that he keeps “a watch list of individuals and beings from other realms” who shouldn’t be on Earth, & that Thor’s brother Loki is one of those beings. Strange asks hyên ổn directly: why have you brought Loki lớn New York?

Thor responds that “it’s a bit of a long story. Family drama. We’re looking for my father.” Strange asks if they manage lớn find Odin they’ll all return khổng lồ Asgard “promptly?” và Thor replies “Oh yes. Promptly.” in a not-at-all convincing manner. “Great.” says Doctor Strange. “I’m gonmãng cầu help you.”

So, what does it mean? Doctor Strange Director Scott Derrickson confirmed lớn us that this was shot by Taika Waititi, meaning it might actually be a scene from Thor: Ragnarok (as has happened on previous occasions). This is a little confusing, as it’s not only a significant time jump from the actual ending of the Doctor Strange movie, but it’s also something that appears to lớn take place in the middle of Thor: Ragnarok.

At the very least, this confirms some of the plot of that movie: Loki’s deception from the over of Thor: The Dark World is going to be quickly uncovered & the two brothers are going to lớn return to Thủ đô New York (one suspects not entirely voluntarily in Loki’s case) in tìm kiếm of their missing father.

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The comics have sầu done this sort of story several times, with Odin/other Asgardians being exiled lớn Earth with no memory of their past or true life (and hey, you might remember that happening in the original Thor movie as well) so it’s a well-established part of the lore. Why bởi vì they need khổng lồ find Odin? Perhaps he’s the key khổng lồ averting Ragnarok – or perhaps Ragnarok already happened and Thor, Loki, Odin and the rest of the Asgardian gods are on Earth in hiding và Thor & Loki have sầu khổng lồ awaken them in a manner similar lớn the oft-overlooked Lost Gods storyline from the late ’90s.

Here’s a question, though: how in the hell does this plot fit in the same movie as that Thor/Hulk road trip we’ve heard so much about? Maybe they’re not just looking on Earth for Odin?

Either way, the tone of this one scene fits well with the more comedic direction hinted at by the “What Thor Was Doing During Captain America: Civil War” short, so any concerns about the franchise after its sequel seem easy lớn disthẻ. We have sầu much more about Thor: Ragnarok right here.

Post-credits scene

While working in his metal workcửa hàng, Jonathan Pangborn – the formerly-paralyzed guy who pointed Strange at the Ancient One’s order – is approached by a hooded Morbởi, last seen abandoning Strange và Wong after declaring they lost their way.

“Can I help you?” he asks, discreetly creeping towards a workbench and taking a crowbar in hvà. “I’ve been away for many months now & I’ve sầu had a revelation” says Morbởi vì. “The purpose of a sorcerer is lớn twist reality out of shape. Stealing power. Perverting nature. Like you.” Pangborn tries lớn fight hlặng off but Morvị attacks hyên, removing his magic và leaving hyên ổn paralysed once more.

As he lies on the ground, Pangborn asks Morvày “Why are you doing this?” & Morvày replies “Because I see now what’s wrong with the world. Too many sorcerers.”

This scene – directed by Derrickson – makes explicit what Mordo’s exit earlier had only hinted at: he’s going khổng lồ become an antagonist for Doctor Strange in the future, with his view that magic is being used too freely with no regard for the cost.

This isn’t quite the same as the version from the comics, where “Baron” Morvị is a disciple of Dormammu who trained with, then tried to lớn kill the Ancient One – but it also makes for a more interesting version. It’s virtually a given that if there’s a sequel we’ll see hlặng again, especially since he was Doctor Strange’s number one villain in his earliest adventures. We wrote more about Baron Morbởi vì right here.

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