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Second Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Trailer Kicks Off The Super Bowl

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" will be like nothing we've ever seen before in the MCU. The first trailer, which came during the post-credits of "Spider-Man: No Way Home," highlighted the horror elements the film would contain, courtesy of director Sam Raimi. The second official trailer for the film came just before Super Bowl LVI kicked off, with a special teaser that directed MCU fans online to check out the full video.

The brief commercial teased tons of elements from the Disney+ series "What If...?" — especially its infamous zombie episode, which saw almost every Avenger die. Surprisingly, much of that zombie tease didn't show up in the second trailer, but there was a very familiar voice that is sure to have X-Men fans buzzing. There was a more extensive look at Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), and we finally have an idea on whether she'll be playing more of a hero or a villain.

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Kicking off the trailer with some "What If...?" elements was a dissolving city, which we also saw in the first teaser. This time, things were taken up a notch, and it looks like the entire world is slowing dusting away into nothingness. This directly connects Doctor Strange's (Benedict Cumberbatch) meddling with time in the animated series as he tried to reverse an absolute point in time.

There are also teases of the same monsters we saw in "What If...?" including the famous Marvel character Shuma-Gorath. Perhaps the biggest takeaway from the trailer was the tease of Patrick Stewart's Charles Xavier, aka Professor X. A voiceover can be heard as we see a small shot of the back of a bald head. "We should tell him the truth," the mystery voice says as Doctor Strange looks up at a council intrigued.

It also looks like Wanda will be leaning toward the villainous side of things, as she points out a double standard with Doctor Strange. "You break the rules," Wanda says, "and become the hero. I do it, and I become the enemy. That doesn't seem fair." Something is menacing about how angry she seems when she says it. We'll have to see which side she really turns to when "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" lands in theaters on May 6.