That the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the world of Marvel comics exist in two universes completely independent of each other is known: but what would happen if, for example in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the two dimensions went for the first (and last?) time to cross?
While Elizabeth Olsen promises a Doctor Strange in horror colors, in fact, many are wondering which universes will be the new film con Benedict Cumberbatch it will explore with a view to a definitive explosion of the multiverse question.
The rumors circulated on the net in these hours are quite interesting in this sense: it seems, in fact, that in the script of Sam Raimi's film reference is made to New York citizens as "New Yorkers 616"Does the number tell you anything? That's right: Earth-616 is precisely the universe where most of the stories of the paper Marvel Universe take place (the MCU films, on the other hand, belong to Earth-199999).
It is therefore possible that this Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will bring the Marvel universe that has been there so far to the big screen for the first time told only by comics? And if so, what repercussions would that have on print Marvel stories? What is certain is that we will see some good ones! To pass the wait, meanwhile, here are the first photos from the set of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.