Latest Doctor Strange 2 Spoilers Reveals Fans Will See Charlize Theron As Clea Marvel 


Will we see Charlize Theron As Clea Marvel in the upcoming Marvel venture, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Here is everything we know so far.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is said to have a slew of Marvel appearances. From Charles Xavier to Mr. Fantastic, they’ve all been reported to appear in at least one film. Charlize Theron as Clea marvel, one of the primary magicians in the Doctor Strange comics, is one of these characters.

Charlize Theron As Clea Marvel 

Many high-profile actresses’ names have been floated about since Clea was speculated to feature in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Emma Watson was the first actress linked to the part, followed by Rachel McAdams. But now there’s speculation that we will see Charlize Theron as Clea Marvel in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. 

Charlize Theron As Clea Marvel Will Be A Treat For Fans!! 

Charlize Theron As Clea Marvel 
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Clea the Sorceress is an extra-dimensional being born to Dormammu’s sister, a Faltine called Umar, and Prince Orini, the heir of the Dark Dimension’s former monarch. In the comics, she idolized Dormammu but subsequently betrayed him when she met Doctor Strange in the Dark Dimension.

Given that these films are virtually always among the biggest box office hits, Marvel isn’t shy to cast well-known actors in new or returning roles in MCU films, as we’ve seen.

Clea, another strong sorceress from the Marvel world, has been expected to have a role in the MCU for quite some time. The magic-wielder, who has links to the Dark Dimension and history with Dormammu, has returned in Doctor Strange 2 negotiations, with Charlize Theron perhaps linked to the part.

Even though Theron has been connected to the MCU on several occasions, she has revealed that she has never been asked by Marvel to play a part. 

Given her background in the comics alongside Strange, having her portray Clea would be a logical match, even if she doesn’t have a huge role in this film. 

Clea is speculated to be played by Rachel McAdams, Charlize Theron, and Emma Watson in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Charlize Theron As Clea Marvel 

With so many production delays and reshoots, the creation of Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness has been a lengthy one. The film, first announced in 2019, will eventually be released in May 2022. 

Clea is one of the sequel’s characters that has been strongly rumored to feature in the film, although no one has determined who would play her.

For those unfamiliar with the comics, Clea is a dark magician who is the niece of Dormammu and the child of Umar. Yes, the one with whom Doctor Strange makes a deal at the end of the first movie.

Originally, Emma Watson was believed to be in the movie. No one knew where the notion started, but everyone thought it was because of Emma’s talent as an actor.

Emma’s casting went unnoticed for a long time after that. The official cast for the film was soon revealed, with fans expecting to see familiar faces from the last movie.

Rachel McAdams was also confirmed to play Dr. Palmer, but because the film is set in the Multiverse, many speculated that she would be portraying more than one role, which turned out to be correct.

McAdams was rumored to be playing Clea for a long period. Although it was never verified, fans spotted her as Christine Palmer and aversion in the teaser.

At this time, it’s unclear who that variety may be. McAdams is playing the part of Night Nurse, while we will see Charlize Theron as Clea Marvel, according to reputable leaker MyTimetoShine on Twitter.

So what do you think will we see Charlize Theron as Clea Marvel in Doctor Strange 2? Tell us in the comment section. 

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