Sam Raimi’s first Marvel film, Spider-Man: Homecoming, is now set to be directed by Benedict Cumberbatch. He will direct the sequel to his 2011 comic book adaptation, which stars Benedict as the title character. Other cast members include Rachel McAdams as Dr. Christine Palmer and America Chavez. In a new interview, Raimi explains his motivation for making Spider-Man: Homecoming and how it influenced his own movies.
Fans speculate that America Chavez will be the villain in Multiverse of Madness. This character was originally created by Sam Raimi as an “old friend turned enemy” who is “unspeakable evil.” However, Marvel fans speculate that the villain will be Wanda Maximoff, the villain from WandaVision who controls the minds of Westview residents and realizes her wrongdoing at the end of the series.
America Chavez, a Master of the Mysterious Arts, has been a student of Doctor Strange. She has learned about the Multiverse. The Ancient One is a sage who taught his students how to tap into the energy of other dimensions to shape reality. His role as a teacher was to prevent incursions into this dimension. In “Doctor Strange”, America Chavez will be taught the art of using the power of magic from different dimensions in order to heal the people of Earth.
Shuma-Gorath is a giant one-eyed squid monster from the Multiverse of Madness. The character is a variation of Doctor Strange that is evil. If this is the case, the Multiverse and the power of magic will be the focus of the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Young Avengers will also play an important role in the future.
America Chavez will play the role of America Chavez. She will teach Stephen Strange how to harness the energy of the Multiverse and use it to reshape reality. Her role will be to prevent infiltration into this dimension. She will also teach him how to control the forces of darkness. But for now, she will serve as a great teacher and guide for the MCU.
The new MCU hero will have to deal with the Multiverse of Madness. The film will follow the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home and the movie’s ending. The Multiverse of MCU films will tie in with each other and with the storyline of the animated series. Both movies are set in the same universe, and their characters will have to learn from each other.