Marvel’s Doctor Strange: New Concept Art and Official Photos

New concept images and official photos from Marvel’s Doctor Strange.

The following two official movie still arrive courtesy of Screen Rant (the second obviously first being posted on Yahoo Movies).  Neither image provides much information about the film itself as they’re both simply depictions of Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange standing.  The first, however, does provide the best look yet at the The Seal of the Vishanti (Strange’s skylight for his Bleecker Street home).  I’m curious if seal will play heavily into the plot, or if the light and shape happen to provide striking images to be used in marketing.  Screen rant states the following about the seal:

“The seal over the glass protects the Sanctorum (Strange’s house on Bleecker Street) from mystical attacks. It is sometimes described as the Window of the Worlds or the Anomaly Rue. Fans of the Doctor Strange comics can attest that bad things tend to happen when it breaks.”

The second image shows Strange taking some damage and is a good look at Cumberbatch’s costume.

The following concept art images and featurette come courtesy of and show just how trippy the final product might end up looking.

“Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) loses his ability to operate after a terrible accident, but finds new purpose when a mystical being known as the Ancient One reveals that Dr. Strange is the newly designated Sorceror Supreme.”

Doctor Strange is directed by Scott Derrickson and is also starring Tilda Swinton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams and Mads Mikkelsen.  The film arrives in US theaters November 4, 2016.

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