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Sam Raimi Says He's Unsure if ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ the Film Is Really Done!

It's fair to say that even if you are a die hard Marvel Studios fan, its inevitable to some degree at this point, something is bound to NOT hit at the box office. Seriously, even Marvel's Eternals earned its fair share of flack by flopping at a 48% from critic reviews still sticking the landing with a 78% from an audience score. So will Marvel drop the ball with Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness?

Listen, its not that were hoping for the worst of Marvel to final show, it's just many have their fingers crossed worrying that one of these major blockbusters may finally fall on its face. And now, with the latest word from the people at Collider points towards evidence of just that!

Sam Raimi, director of the Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man trilogy, commented to Variety yesterday that he’s still not sure that his latest film, the MCU sequel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, is truly done.

“I wish I knew the answer to that question. I think we’re done, but we just cut everything. We’re just starting to test the picture and we’ll find out if there’s anything that’s got to be picked up. If something’s unclear or another improvement I can make in this short amount of time left, I’ll do it. One thing I know about the Marvel team is they won’t stop. They’ll keep pushing it until it’s as close to being great as it could.”

However, Raimi go on to discuss his positive experience with Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios, praising Spider-Man: No Way Home and calling the team "super professional", but we cannot avoid that his comments seem a bit sketchy. After all, the film already underwent significant re-shoots once before, delaying the release of the film and causing a few MCU films to be delayed alongside it.

Either way here at CritiX have more than enough faith in Kevin Feige and Rami, after all check the credits, these two have worked together on the most iconic of Spider-Man films, Spider-man 1 (2002) & Spider-man 2 (2004).

Do you think we should be nervous about Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness?

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