The writer of Doctor Strange 2 loves spoiler merchants ruining everyone's fun

The writer of Doctor Strange 2 loves spoiler merchants ruining everyone's fun ...

The social media world has created an absolute nightmare for anyone with no such role to dodge major spoilers, with the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the forefront when it comes to mystery-shrouded projects that people cant wait to ruin for everyone else. However, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron does not appear to mind.

The internet was inundated with countless rumors, speculation, hearsay, scuttlebutt, and everything in between, with a lot of the chatter (as always) becoming extremely wide of the mark.

In a conversation with Murphys Multiverse, the Loki creator admitted that he was just like us back then, so he completely understands why netizens would be out there actively looking for surprises to be removed.

I like the idea it can mythologize otherwise. I have so much respect for what you do, for what everyone, and all the fan sites do. That was the horrific story I had discovered. I think that its important to preserve these secrets because it just gives us the best possible experience possible. If they don''t know what''s coming, you''ll get a better audience.

I think it''s alsoause you can actually, if you spend a lot of time on the internet, discover something that suddenly the whole world knows. But they are not. It''s the people who are actively seeking that out and who want to try it out. But if they want to try it out, it''s likely to increase their enjoyment of the film.

The people who do not want to know, likely arent. It''s like, I''d be wary if CNN reported who was in the Illuminati, but it''s not. If you go to a spoiler website, you''ll know where youre going. It''s like our culture. It''s like the symbiotic nature of this stuff, but it''s just builds anticipation and anger. I think it''s cool.

There''s something about it, and the brains behind the secrets of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness does not have an issue with multiple cats being let out of their respective bags ahead of time, even if muting mentions is now a regular part of everyday online life.