In A Throwback BTS Photo The Cast Of Doctor Strange 2 Poses With Olsen And Raimi
Jett Klyne, who plays Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, has shared a behind-the-scenes portrait with Elizabeth Olsen and Sam Raimi.
Raimi is well known for his work in the horror genre, which is evident in the film. While Multiverse of Madness is mostly a superhero movie, it does have some horror themes. The film is both a sequel to Doctor Strange and a follow-up to WandaVision, the Disney+ miniseries that followed Olsen's Scarlet Witch. Teddy (Klyne) and Billy (Olsen), Wanda Maximoff's (Olsen) offspring, made a cameo in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' continuation of WandaVision (Julian Hilliard).
Klyne recently shared a vintage BTS shot from the set of the film on Instagram, in which he posed with Olsen and Raimi. Klyne shared the image to commemorate the film's success and continued theatrical run. He regarded his time on set as a "dream come true," however he admitted that the COVID-19 protocols were "madness." In the sweet shot, he is seen with Raimi, Olsen, and Hilliard in one of the film's locales. Take a look at his post below:
Klyne and Hilliard appear to have liked their time on set based on the snapshot. When they first appeared in WandaVision as the children that Wanda mysteriously created in Westview, viewers were thrilled. Wanda's children unfortunately perished when Westview fell apart. They were, however, widely expected to return in some way in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Billy and Tommy are members of the Young Avengers in the comic books, thus their arrival in the MCU is fantastic.
Marvel hasn't stated that they're working on a Young Avengers project, but they've certainly been presenting a lot of young characters in close proximity. America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez), a member of the Young Avengers, also appeared in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Klyne, Hilliard, and Gomez are all terrific young actors who ought to be seen more often. Klyne and Hilliard have certainly developed wonderful connections with the likes of Raimi and Olsen during their time on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and have big careers ahead of them, even if they don't return to the MCU.
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