According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, Benedict Cumberbatch’s second solo outing as Sorcerer Supreme will not open in Saudi Arabia. In addition, the film has also not received the green light from Kuwait, however, the outlet does not confirm the same.
Additionally, the outlet noted that advance booking for the film is no longer available in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar.
Doctor Strange has been a fan-favorite character in the MCU ever since he was introduced in the character’s standalone movie, doctor strangein 2016. Since then, Stephen Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, has become a cornerstone of the MCU and appears to be one of the franchise’s main characters in Phase 4.
Coming off the heels of the wildly successful Spider-Man: No Way Homethe expectation for the next Doctor strange in the multiverse of madness it is unbelievably tall.
Marvel’s parent company, Disney, has always tried to get its movies played in theaters around the world, but due to the laws of some international countries, some movies cannot be shown in certain territories. In the past, when Disney chose to leave any references to the LGBTQ+ community in their films, the film would be pulled from theaters and thus a huge loss of money for the company.
This most recently occurred with Marvel’s the eternals when the film was pulled from theaters in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar after Disney refused to edit out a gay relationship.
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