Los Angeles, October 18 (CINEWS): After Marvel affirmed a month ago that Rachel McAdams has joined the thrown of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s forthcoming film “Doctor Strange,” the industry was buzzing with the talk that she has been given a role as the female lead.
Then again, the studio never affirmed what character she was going to play in the motion picture, which prompted theories that the performing artist was either going to play the character of Clea, Doctor Stephen Strange’s affection interest, or Linda Carter, one of the Night Nurse characters from Marvel comic book.
Latino Review has reported that McAdams is going to play the character of Christine Palmer, an alternate Night Nurse character.
The site specifies that Palmer is the essential hero of Night Nurse #4 from 1973 and her experience includes being a surgical collaborator who might make a decent counter-indicate Dr. Weird’s specialist.
As indicated by IGN, Marvel’s “Thrill seeker” maker Steven S DeKnight had said that Rosario Dawson was initially wanted to play the first Night Nurse Linda Carter. Be that as it may, they changed the character to Claire Temple in light of the fact that Marvel had different arrangements for Linda Carter. It prompted the hypothesis that McAdams may play Carter, however now it appears the case is changed.
Linda Carter initially showed up in the scaled down arrangement “Doctor Strange: The Oath”, where she had a sentimental association with the alchemist.
There has been no official affirmation from Marvel in regards to the report and McAdams’ character is yet to be declared by them.
Other than McAdams, Tilda Swinton and Chiwetel Ejiofor have likewise joined the given a role as The Ancient One and the adversary, Baron Mordo separately. Other cast individuals and characters are yet to be uncovered.
Likewise, we had reported prior that Marvel president Kevin Feige has affirmed that the up and coming Phase Three superhero motion picture will be about the inceptions of specialist cum-magician Stephen Strange. Henceforth, the chances are high that McAdams will be playing one of his soonest love interest.
“Doctor Strange” is good to go to hit theaters on 4 November 2016.