Right now, there’s nothing bigger than Marvel in Hollywood. At the end of 2021, Spider-Man: No Way Home swung triumphantly into theaters, earning a whopping $1.89 billion worldwide; now, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is dominating the box office with over $677 million in revenue.
Directed by Sam Raimi and starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, the new film sees the fate of every universe in danger. Elizabeth Olsen co-stars as the grief-stricken Scarlet Witch, whose rage and despair at her lost children (a plot point from WandaVision) make her dangerous. Xochitl Gomez (The Baby-Sitters Club) appears as newcomer America Chavez, who hasn’t quite learned how to use her superpowers yet. Though the film is packed to the gills with special effects and alternate worlds, the characters remain at the core of the story. As Raimi told Collider, “The most important thing is having great actors and them knowing that the most important thing they can do is recognize the humanity within themselves. That’s how people connect to our superheroes, and these great actors know what it’s like to be a human being.”
So, how can fans watch the new blockbuster at home? Below, where Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is streaming.
Where is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness streaming?
Right now, nowhere: The only place to watch the film is at your local cinema. But on June 22, the movie will make its way to Disney+.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hit theaters on May 6, so it’ll hit a little over 45 days after its theatrical release. The 45-day window is becoming standard for the industry — much shorter than the once-common 90-day window, which became a thing of the past as entertainment companies adjusted to the age of streaming.
Will Doctor Strange appear on other streaming platforms?
At the moment, it’s unclear if Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will ever become available on a streaming service like Hulu, Netflix, or HBO Max. But the film will almost certainly be added to VoD platforms — such as Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, and Google Play — for rent or purchase very soon.
Bustle will keep this story updated as new information becomes available.
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