Marvel Is Taking A Dip Into The Horror Genre

Marvel may be taking a dip into the world of horror. An interesting choice seeming how these films are usually considered family films, but nevertheless a quite amazing choice to say the least. Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olson, the two will take on the horrifying villain known as Nightmare within the dream realm.

Still tilting towards the age rating of PG-13, this will prove a difficult task to make this film but horrifying and family friendly. One thing you can say about it is, at least they are trying something new. For those skeptics and haters of the Marvel franchise who say that every film is the same, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is definitely trying to be different. Out of every film announced for Marvel phase 4, this one seems to be the most interesting.

Heading the project is Scott Derrickson, who does have a background in horror, he is tasked with the crucial idea of keeping the sense of horror while also portraying the comedy of Dr. Strange and not making it to terrifying that children can’t see it. Even if you don’t like Marvel films you can at least admit that this is a hard thing to pull off. The film would also have to make sure that Dr. Strange and Scarlett Witch seem both out of their element. Dormammu was an all-powerful being, but Nightmare has the power to rival Dormammu and can instill horror in anyone, as well as a whole realm he can control.