The recent trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the poster of the film sparked the reactions of the audience, not so much for what they saw, but more for what the fans think they saw and heard. According to some hypotheses, Prof. X – or Charles Francis Xavier, head of the X-Men – e Deadpool I’m part of the movie. The actors then responded.
Patrick Stewart, who played one of the film versions of Xavier, said: “You know, people have been trying to imitate my voice ever since I started hitting the scene 60 years ago. So, I can’t be held responsible for the their actions “. The voice of the man, according to fans, is present in a scene from the trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which you can hear for yourself here.
Ryan Reynolds, who played Deadpool in recent films, said instead: “I guess I shouldn’t say anything about it, but I’m not in the movie. I may be an untrustworthy source, but I promise you I’m not in the movie.” Deadpool’s presence was supposed by fans after sharing the Doctor Strange poster in the Multiverse of Madness. By zooming (very zoom) on one of the many glass fragments present in the image, it is possible to see what according to Marvel fans is the Deadpool mask.
The hypotheses of the fans have therefore been denied by the actors, but it is not the first time that they have to lie to protect a film: just think of what happened with Spider-Man No Way Home. What do you think about it?