Benedict Cumberbatch Makes Spider-Man, Not Doctor Strange, To Blame For Spider-Man: No Way Home

Benedict Cumberbatch Makes Spider-Man, Not Doctor Strange, To Blame For Spider-Man: No Way Home ...

The level of hostility isn''t as significant as what Chris Pratt faced for Star-Lord aiding cause the Blip, yet Benedict Cumberbatch has heard quite enough from Marvel fans condemning Doctor Strange for the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home. (Try to imagine envision making sense of that sentence 15 years ago.) In the sixth highest-grossing film of all time, Tom Hollands Peter Parker calls on the Sorcerer Supreme to make everyone forget that hes Spider-

Cumberbatch is evidently (if somewhat jokingly) irritated by the claim that Dr. Strange isnt very good at his job as a result of his opening up the multiverse in No Way Home.

Characters must make mistakes, otherwise they will not have a very interesting or compelling character.

Thank you for all of the criticism that Strange isn''t very thorough at his job. Im like, he''s been pretty flawless up until Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Cumberbatch continues to be a human being, and I think it was a very human error. He saw Peter as a fellow foot soldier, then as a teenager, experiencing a very formative experience of being exposed, and having lost a mentor. But [Strange] decided to take the action with a gesture of good intention. Thats what gives it in.

As with Cumberbatch, teenage boys are the worst.

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