Doctor Strange is set to perform a major part in Avengers: Infinity War, as seen in the trailers and the evidence that he is the guardian of the Time Stone. However, that hasn’t prevented us from questioning about a series of Doctor Strange.
At a new screening for the Marvel Studios movie 2016, screenwriter C. Robert Cargill shared his ideas for the enemy of a possible Doctor Strange 2, stating just that “Nightmare will be the villain.”
Marvel Comics represent Nightmare as a monster of the Fantasy Dimension who feeds off of hidden psychic energy. Of course, the result of the first movie also ridiculed that Baron Mordo will take on an evil turn, and Cargill talked about those two characters becoming engaged with each other.
Cargill spoke to Movie Web. “I and Scott have not set the basis for it except what I can say are that I have a belief that whatever Nightmare is concerned with, Baron Mordo, meaning somebody who thinks himself the guardian of the natural source will have something to do with it.”
Cargill talked about Mordo’s arc during his plans for the sequel of the movie, exposing it’s one of the ideas why Chiwetel Ejiofor hired on to perform the role while emphasizing nothing is promised for the future.
“For those of you people who have always read the comics, you understand that Baron Mordo has a very distinct arc, and that’s something we talked with Chiwetel while going on the first movie,” he explained. “And a bit of the reason Chiwetel desired to perform Mordo was that he has a definite ending as a role and it’s such an interesting ending. And I do comprehend that whether we’re connected or not, that Marvel intends on going towards that conclusion and fully understanding Mordo as more than simply a cardboard pattern villain but truly taking him to the class of Loki levels of astonishingness. That’s the aim with him.”
Cargill, who has often co-operated with Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson, executes it apparent that there currently aren’t any ideas in place for a continuation movie.