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Doctor Strange 2’s Missing Illuminati Member: Most Likely Candidates

The obvious answer to Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati question is Doctor Strange himself. Prior to his fall from grace in his efforts to beat Thanos, Earth-838’s Stephen Strange was a well-respected hero and one of the Earth’s greatest protectors. His death predated the group’s existence and he was counted as a friend to the other Illuminati members, particularly Professor X. So with that in mind, the seventh chair could simply belong to him. The only reason why it might not be is what the movie said about Earth-838’s Baron Mordo. After assuming the role of Sorcerer Supreme in the aftermath of Strange’s death, Mordo took his spot on the Illuminati team. Since that’s the case, it seems that unless the chair was left open to honor Strange’s memory, Mordo simply took his instead of getting his own. If so, the seat’s owner is still unaccounted for.

Tom Cruise’s Iron Man

One of the biggest Doctor Strange 2’s theories that was ultimately proven wrong was the one pertaining to Tom Cruise’s Iron Man. A shot of Maria Rambeau’s Captain Marvel was misconstrued as a Tom Cruise cameo. The theory was based on the idea that Marvel would use Doctor Strange 2 to fulfill its original Iron Man goal from the mid-2000s, which was to cast Cruise as Tony Stark. Obviously, Cruise’s Iron Man wasn’t included, but it is at least possible that the seat was intended for him. It’s worth noting that Cruise’s Iron Man existing somewhere in the MCU’s multiverse hasn’t been ruled out, as Waldron has attributed his absence to the actor’s “availability”, as opposed to Marvel’s lack of interest in the concept.

Despite his absence from the meeting about Doctor Strange’s fate and the fight with Scarlet Witch, there really could be a version of Iron Man – who happens to look like the Top Gun star – living on Earth-838. And whether he’d be played by Cruise or not, Stark’s ties to the group in the comics and the character’s role on Earth-616 provide plenty of precedence for him to be involved with Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati team.

Namor the Sub-Mariner

Iron Man was one of the movie’s two biggest omissions when it comes to the Illuminati. The other was Namor. As noted above, the King of Atlantis was one of their founding members. According to Waldron, he wasn’t used because of Marvel’s plans for the character (which presumably relate to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever). Supposedly, Tenoch Huerta will portray the Avenging Son in the upcoming MCU movie. With his introduction expected to come in the very near future, it’s perfectly understandable that Marvel wanted to save him for later. Plus, Namor losing alongside the others in a fight with Scarlet Witch might have undermined his fearsome reputation as one of Marvel’s strongest characters. Keeping Namor out of Doctor Strange 2 avoids this unfavorable outcome, but leaving a chair open also alludes to the possibility that Earth-838’s Namor is an Illuminati member after all.

Black Panther

In the comic books, T’Challa joined the Illuminati in an effort to give the people of Wakanda a voice in the group. With the influence that the ruler of Wakanda would hold and the resources they control, it’s not hard to see why Black Panther would get an invite to join the Illuminati. But with how busy they’d be with affairs in Wakanda, they’d likely spend a large portion of their time in the country, which would provide a working explanation for why they weren’t around in Doctor Strange 2. And similar to the situation with Captain Marvel, a multiverse Black Panther wouldn’t have to be a version of T’Challa. The person behind the mask could be Shuri, or perhaps even Killmonger.

Hank Pym

Hank Pym, who was a late addition to Marvel’s Illuminati lineup in the comics, would be a perfect fit for the MCU version. Like Reed Richards, Hank Pym is one of the smartest people on the planet and certainly someone who brings a lot to the table in regards to his Pym Particles invention and his past experience as a superhero. Earth-616’s Hank Pym may have taken the path of a disgraced scientist, but Earth-838’s interpretation of the iconic Marvel Comics Avenger may have risen high in the superhero community and emerged as one of the Earth’s most trusted defenders. If this timeline’s version of Hank Pym managed to reach his full potential, he’d have a great deal to offer the MCU’s Illuminati and could even match the scientific capabilities of John Krasinski’s Mr. Fantastic.

Nick Fury

The role Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury has played in the MCU thus far makes the SHIELD director a no-brainer for the Illuminati, regardless of the fact that he has no connection to them in the comics. Fury is no stranger to keeping secrets and making decisions in the interest of the planet’s safety. And the knowledge he’d have access to due to his history with SHIELD could make him a valuable ally to Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and the others in matters that none of them may be privy to. Given who Fury is as a character, it wouldn’t be a surprise at all if his Earth-838 counterpart was Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ missing Illuminati member. As for who he’d be played by, a multiverse Nick Fury would have provided the MCU with an opportunity to finally introduce a comic book accurate adaption of the cigar-smoking character from the classic comics. Earth 838’s Nick Fury could have been brought to life by David Hasselhoff from 1998’s Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD movie or possibly by a new actor altogether.


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Doctor Strange 2’s Missing Illuminati Member: Most Likely Candidates

The obvious answer to Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati question is Doctor Strange himself. Prior to his fall from grace in his efforts to beat Thanos, Earth-838’s Stephen Strange was a well-respected hero and one of the Earth’s greatest protectors. His death predated the group’s existence and he was counted as a friend to the other Illuminati members, particularly Professor X. So with that in mind, the seventh chair could simply belong to him. The only reason why it might not be is what the movie said about Earth-838’s Baron Mordo. After assuming the role of Sorcerer Supreme in the aftermath of Strange’s death, Mordo took his spot on the Illuminati team. Since that’s the case, it seems that unless the chair was left open to honor Strange’s memory, Mordo simply took his instead of getting his own. If so, the seat’s owner is still unaccounted for.

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Tom Cruise’s Iron Man

One of the biggest Doctor Strange 2’s theories that was ultimately proven wrong was the one pertaining to Tom Cruise’s Iron Man. A shot of Maria Rambeau’s Captain Marvel was misconstrued as a Tom Cruise cameo. The theory was based on the idea that Marvel would use Doctor Strange 2 to fulfill its original Iron Man goal from the mid-2000s, which was to cast Cruise as Tony Stark. Obviously, Cruise’s Iron Man wasn’t included, but it is at least possible that the seat was intended for him. It’s worth noting that Cruise’s Iron Man existing somewhere in the MCU’s multiverse hasn’t been ruled out, as Waldron has attributed his absence to the actor’s “availability”, as opposed to Marvel’s lack of interest in the concept.

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Despite his absence from the meeting about Doctor Strange’s fate and the fight with Scarlet Witch, there really could be a version of Iron Man – who happens to look like the Top Gun star – living on Earth-838. And whether he’d be played by Cruise or not, Stark’s ties to the group in the comics and the character’s role on Earth-616 provide plenty of precedence for him to be involved with Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati team.
Namor the Sub-Mariner

Iron Man was one of the movie’s two biggest omissions when it comes to the Illuminati. The other was Namor. As noted above, the King of Atlantis was one of their founding members. According to Waldron, he wasn’t used because of Marvel’s plans for the character (which presumably relate to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever). Supposedly, Tenoch Huerta will portray the Avenging Son in the upcoming MCU movie. With his introduction expected to come in the very near future, it’s perfectly understandable that Marvel wanted to save him for later. Plus, Namor losing alongside the others in a fight with Scarlet Witch might have undermined his fearsome reputation as one of Marvel’s strongest characters. Keeping Namor out of Doctor Strange 2 avoids this unfavorable outcome, but leaving a chair open also alludes to the possibility that Earth-838’s Namor is an Illuminati member after all.

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Black Panther

In the comic books, T’Challa joined the Illuminati in an effort to give the people of Wakanda a voice in the group. With the influence that the ruler of Wakanda would hold and the resources they control, it’s not hard to see why Black Panther would get an invite to join the Illuminati. But with how busy they’d be with affairs in Wakanda, they’d likely spend a large portion of their time in the country, which would provide a working explanation for why they weren’t around in Doctor Strange 2. And similar to the situation with Captain Marvel, a multiverse Black Panther wouldn’t have to be a version of T’Challa. The person behind the mask could be Shuri, or perhaps even Killmonger.
Hank Pym

Hank Pym, who was a late addition to Marvel’s Illuminati lineup in the comics, would be a perfect fit for the MCU version. Like Reed Richards, Hank Pym is one of the smartest people on the planet and certainly someone who brings a lot to the table in regards to his Pym Particles invention and his past experience as a superhero. Earth-616’s Hank Pym may have taken the path of a disgraced scientist, but Earth-838’s interpretation of the iconic Marvel Comics Avenger may have risen high in the superhero community and emerged as one of the Earth’s most trusted defenders. If this timeline’s version of Hank Pym managed to reach his full potential, he’d have a great deal to offer the MCU’s Illuminati and could even match the scientific capabilities of John Krasinski’s Mr. Fantastic.

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Nick Fury

The role Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury has played in the MCU thus far makes the SHIELD director a no-brainer for the Illuminati, regardless of the fact that he has no connection to them in the comics. Fury is no stranger to keeping secrets and making decisions in the interest of the planet’s safety. And the knowledge he’d have access to due to his history with SHIELD could make him a valuable ally to Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and the others in matters that none of them may be privy to. Given who Fury is as a character, it wouldn’t be a surprise at all if his Earth-838 counterpart was Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ missing Illuminati member. As for who he’d be played by, a multiverse Nick Fury would have provided the MCU with an opportunity to finally introduce a comic book accurate adaption of the cigar-smoking character from the classic comics. Earth 838’s Nick Fury could have been brought to life by David Hasselhoff from 1998’s Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD movie or possibly by a new actor altogether.

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Doctor Strange 2’s Missing Illuminati Member: Most Likely Candidates

The obvious answer to Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati question is Doctor Strange himself. Prior to his fall from grace in his efforts to beat Thanos, Earth-838’s Stephen Strange was a well-respected hero and one of the Earth’s greatest protectors. His death predated the group’s existence and he was counted as a friend to the other Illuminati members, particularly Professor X. So with that in mind, the seventh chair could simply belong to him. The only reason why it might not be is what the movie said about Earth-838’s Baron Mordo. After assuming the role of Sorcerer Supreme in the aftermath of Strange’s death, Mordo took his spot on the Illuminati team. Since that’s the case, it seems that unless the chair was left open to honor Strange’s memory, Mordo simply took his instead of getting his own. If so, the seat’s owner is still unaccounted for.

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Tom Cruise’s Iron Man

One of the biggest Doctor Strange 2’s theories that was ultimately proven wrong was the one pertaining to Tom Cruise’s Iron Man. A shot of Maria Rambeau’s Captain Marvel was misconstrued as a Tom Cruise cameo. The theory was based on the idea that Marvel would use Doctor Strange 2 to fulfill its original Iron Man goal from the mid-2000s, which was to cast Cruise as Tony Stark. Obviously, Cruise’s Iron Man wasn’t included, but it is at least possible that the seat was intended for him. It’s worth noting that Cruise’s Iron Man existing somewhere in the MCU’s multiverse hasn’t been ruled out, as Waldron has attributed his absence to the actor’s “availability”, as opposed to Marvel’s lack of interest in the concept.

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Despite his absence from the meeting about Doctor Strange’s fate and the fight with Scarlet Witch, there really could be a version of Iron Man – who happens to look like the Top Gun star – living on Earth-838. And whether he’d be played by Cruise or not, Stark’s ties to the group in the comics and the character’s role on Earth-616 provide plenty of precedence for him to be involved with Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati team.
Namor the Sub-Mariner

Iron Man was one of the movie’s two biggest omissions when it comes to the Illuminati. The other was Namor. As noted above, the King of Atlantis was one of their founding members. According to Waldron, he wasn’t used because of Marvel’s plans for the character (which presumably relate to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever). Supposedly, Tenoch Huerta will portray the Avenging Son in the upcoming MCU movie. With his introduction expected to come in the very near future, it’s perfectly understandable that Marvel wanted to save him for later. Plus, Namor losing alongside the others in a fight with Scarlet Witch might have undermined his fearsome reputation as one of Marvel’s strongest characters. Keeping Namor out of Doctor Strange 2 avoids this unfavorable outcome, but leaving a chair open also alludes to the possibility that Earth-838’s Namor is an Illuminati member after all.

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Black Panther

In the comic books, T’Challa joined the Illuminati in an effort to give the people of Wakanda a voice in the group. With the influence that the ruler of Wakanda would hold and the resources they control, it’s not hard to see why Black Panther would get an invite to join the Illuminati. But with how busy they’d be with affairs in Wakanda, they’d likely spend a large portion of their time in the country, which would provide a working explanation for why they weren’t around in Doctor Strange 2. And similar to the situation with Captain Marvel, a multiverse Black Panther wouldn’t have to be a version of T’Challa. The person behind the mask could be Shuri, or perhaps even Killmonger.
Hank Pym

Hank Pym, who was a late addition to Marvel’s Illuminati lineup in the comics, would be a perfect fit for the MCU version. Like Reed Richards, Hank Pym is one of the smartest people on the planet and certainly someone who brings a lot to the table in regards to his Pym Particles invention and his past experience as a superhero. Earth-616’s Hank Pym may have taken the path of a disgraced scientist, but Earth-838’s interpretation of the iconic Marvel Comics Avenger may have risen high in the superhero community and emerged as one of the Earth’s most trusted defenders. If this timeline’s version of Hank Pym managed to reach his full potential, he’d have a great deal to offer the MCU’s Illuminati and could even match the scientific capabilities of John Krasinski’s Mr. Fantastic.

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Nick Fury

The role Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury has played in the MCU thus far makes the SHIELD director a no-brainer for the Illuminati, regardless of the fact that he has no connection to them in the comics. Fury is no stranger to keeping secrets and making decisions in the interest of the planet’s safety. And the knowledge he’d have access to due to his history with SHIELD could make him a valuable ally to Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and the others in matters that none of them may be privy to. Given who Fury is as a character, it wouldn’t be a surprise at all if his Earth-838 counterpart was Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ missing Illuminati member. As for who he’d be played by, a multiverse Nick Fury would have provided the MCU with an opportunity to finally introduce a comic book accurate adaption of the cigar-smoking character from the classic comics. Earth 838’s Nick Fury could have been brought to life by David Hasselhoff from 1998’s Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD movie or possibly by a new actor altogether.

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