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Dr. Strange art by Chris Bachalo
Dr. Strange art by Chris Bachalo
Credit: Marvel Comics

Speaking at a BAFTA Masterclass (reported by ScreenDaily), Doctor Strange cinematographer Ben Davis said the film would have a "dark" palette and "psychedelic grounding."

“It has a very psychedelic grounding, and it’s not your typical Marvel action movie,” said Davis. “Most of the work within it is about other dimensions. And I described it, I think, when I was talking to Marvel as Marvel’s Fantasia, in a way, because it’s so sort of out there and different to everything else that they’ve done.”

“There’s a lot of previsualisation, and there’s a lot of work which is very hard – you look at it and you see the imagery that they’ve created for it and you think, ‘well how the hell do we shoot that!?’ because it’s all sort of Escher stuff,” Davis said of the film’s setting.

“It’s all very out there. I can’t really say much more about it, I’m afraid. But I think it’ll be really interesting, and it’s a very dark movie, I’m pleased to say.”

Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch in the titular role, and is set to hit theaters November 4, 2016.

BRYAN HITCH Draws Poster For 20th Century Fox's FANTASTIC FOUR

Former Fantastic Four artist Bryan Hitch has created a second poster promoting 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four reboot, this time featuring the film's version of Doctor Doom. Check it out right here:

Doctor Doom by Bryan Hitch
Doctor Doom by Bryan Hitch
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Fantastic Four hits theaters on August 7, 2015.


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iZOMBIE Casts BLAINE's Father

Prison Break actor Robert Knepper has been cast as Angus, Blaine's father in iZombie, reports Entertainment Weekly.

Angus is the longsuffering father of Blaine, who regards his son as a disappointment after funding numerous failed business ventures for his son.

Knepper will first appear early in iZombie season 2, which premieres October 6, 2015 on CW.

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