The film, Marvel's 14th in their ongoing MCU and the first that will go into detail of the magics of their universe, is reportedly getting released into UK cinemas on October 25th, as opposed to the October 28th date that we were previously told. Sorry to our American friends who were already a week behind in the release schedule: you're still not going to see the good doctor until November 4th. We promise we'll try really hard not to spoil anything.
This is a trend with Marvel, one that started with Iron Man 2 and had continued since then. The reason being that it's advantageous for the movie to open in the US while already boasting good box office numbers from overseas. Sorry, Americans, but you can cling to the hope that during the week-and-half between the UK and US releases, Marvel might add a bonus scene or post-credits Easter Egg like they did with the 'schwarma' scene in The Avengers (which wasn't added until after the international release.
Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton and Mads Mikkelsen. Stay tuned to Casual Critic for any further updates between now and the film's release.