Possible appearances in MCU’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

The Multiverse of Madness appears to be one of the MCU’s greatest events ever, with some familiar faces making surprise cameos.

As the MCU continues to investigate the notion of the universe, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has the potential to take the mayhem shown in Spider-Man: No Way Home to new heights. The surgeon-turned-sorcerer will continue to investigate the notion of various parallel worlds in Multiverse of Madness, and it’s no secret that character cameos from previous Marvel Studios films, as well as non-Marvel Studios characters, might feature in the picture.

Though no significant appearances have been confirmed as of yet, several hints and rumors have led fans to anticipate that the film would feature both established and new characters.

Billy and Tommy Maximoff: Wanda Maximoff in her astral form, Scarlet Witch, heard the cries for the aid of her replicated children in the post-credits scene in WandaVision. Wanda’s next significant appearance is in Multiverse of Madness, so it’s not unreasonable to expect her to go to considerable lengths to see her children. The film would be an excellent chance to reintroduce the twins, as well as lay the basis for a future Young Avengers team-up that the MCU has previously hinted at.

Deadpool: While Deadpool is said to be working on an MCU project, he might make an appearance in Multiverse of Madness. He may be a part of a multiverse-spanning event that acts as his MCU debut. In the Deadpool 2 post-credits sequence, Wade Wilson utilized Cable’s time-travel gadget to travel back in time and impact crucial eras in history, suggesting that his timeline may spread out into Marvel Studios’ canon.

Kaecilius: Kaecilius was awarded perpetual life in the most horrible fashion at the end of Doctor Strange. He joins the Dark Dimension, where he will be tortured indefinitely, and this appeared to be the final appearance of the character for fans. But the truth is that Kaecilius is still alive and well, and he may appear in the sequel.

Loki and Sylvie: Loki was the first effort to build on the multiverse concept. After He Who Remains discussed the notion of different timelines, Loki arrived to get the lowdown from him. Loki attempted to persuade her that He Who Remains was telling the truth about his desire to maintain multiversal peace but Sylvie murders He Who Remains and is responsible for the branching timeline. Sylvie’s suspicion won out when she defeated Loki and sent him to an alien TVA. There’s a potential she’ll appear alongside Doctor Strange and Wanda in the main MCU timeline to explain what occurred. Following the evolution of the Loki version shown in the series, it’s clear that he’s heading down a more heroic road. While it hasn’t been confirmed, there’s a decent chance he’ll show up in Multiverse of Madness to further explain the notion.

Professor X: With the notion of the multiverse becoming a key element of the series, speculation over how mutants might be introduced into the MCU after the rights to the X-Men characters were returned back to Marvel has heated up recently. Professor X is the legendary leader of the X-Men, and his inclusion in Multiverse of Madness might have enormous repercussions for the franchise’s mutant future.

The Ancient One: The Ancient One was last seen in live-action in Avengers: Endgame when she was revealed to be assisting the Avengers during The Battle of New York. In the Multiverse of Madness, the character may emerge as a different version, like the one from What If…?, or in an astral form similar to the one she had near the conclusion of her initial appearance.