Kevin Feige Made This Last Minute Change In Doctor Strange 2

While Marvel’s Doctor Strange 2 has impressed many fans throughout the globe, Here’s what Kevin Feige changed in the third act.

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Speaking with Marvel.com, Music composer Danny Elfman said, “When Sam Raimi first described it to me, I said to Sam, 'I don't know what the hell you're talking about.”

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He added, “The scene in question sees Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange encounter a variant of himself in a reality nearly torn asunder by an incursion, an event in which two realities collide.”

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He also said, “As Doctor Strange and the darker, malevolent Sinister Strange do battle, the two sorcerers conjure musical notes off the pages scattered in the surrounding room.”

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He added, “It was working various classical pieces against each other, kind of famous pieces.”

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Elfman said, “Then, in the very 59th minute of the 11th hour, at the very end, Kevin Feige jumped in and said to just simplify it to Beethoven versus Bach.”

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He added, “I did one more pass at it where it was Beethoven’s '5th Symphony' against Bach's 'Toccata and Fugue.' It really worked out perfectly.”

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What do you think about the score in Doctor Strange 2?

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