With the new Doctor Strange movie knocking at the doors, social media is loading new multiverse of madness spoilers. However, Marvel played its trump cards to prevent Doctor Strange 2 spoilers. Here is what the studio did.
Marvel is gearing to return to the theatrical game with Sam Raimi, one of the finest directors in the industry. The studio is ready to deliver the most impactful story with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Marvel is constantly dropping Tv spots and teasing a bunch of characters in Doctor Strange 2. The frequent arrival of marketing material has ignited a huge hype among the fans. However, with the growing fan culture around the Marvel projects, the audience is now more vigilant towards avoiding Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness spoilers. So, Marvel Studios is also playing its trump cards to hinder spoilers from tampering with the fun among the audience.
Marvel Plays The Ultimate Move To Prevent Multiverse Of Madness Spoilers
With the last few movies of MCU dropping, we saw how the franchise is running several Twitter campaigns warning against the spoilers. However, those seemed to be inefficient. So, Marvel came up with a shocking tactic.
Marvel Studios has turned off the comments across all its social media platforms to prevent Multiverse of Madness spoilers from coming out. It has disabled the comment section on social media to combat the spreading of spoilers.
As Marvel Studios is gearing up to deliver jaw-dropping entertainment to the fans, the Multiverse of Madness spoilers are looming all around social media. So, to cope with this Marvel played its trump card by disabling the comment section of all its Twitter and Instagram posts.
Marvel revealed its shocking move with a post saying, “See you on the other side of Multiverse. Replies will now be disabled.”
While Marvel has been baring the fans from sharing any sort of Multiverse of Madness spoilers, the studio itself has shared a lot through its marketing campaigns. The latest TV spots of Doctor Strange 2 confirm the much-awaited characters like Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and Hayley Atwell’s Captain Carter.
If you want to get the true essence of chaos and madness, we will advise you to stay away from all these Multiverse of Madness spoilers and wait until May 6 to watch the movie in nearby theaters. Happy Watching!!