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The first sneak peek of 'Doctor Strange' is here to make your day

It's so intense, we lost our minds

By Andrea Tim | Published: 13 Apr 2016

Video:Jimmy Kimmel Live

The first ever clip from Doctor Strange premiered last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live and so far, we've already watched it, oh, only 63,512,376 times. Just kidding. But our anticipation for the movie is REAL.

Watch as Benedict Cumberbatch puts on the cape and becomes this magnificent superhero he was born to play, and imagine if he gets to star next to Chris Evans and Chris Pratt in Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 (Captain America: Civil War co-director Anthony Russo recently teased about Star-Lord joining the Avengers in the supposedly all-star Marvel film in 2018). We're getting way ahead of ourselves, but come on, it's Doctor Strange.

Besides that, the few glimpses we got of Tilda Swinton's The Ancient One and Chiwetel Ejiofor's Baron Mordo have all but added to our excitement for the film. 

Also, the first poster is out. Dramatic, huh?

Doctor Strange opens in local cinemas on 3 November 2016. 

Related: Doctor Strange isn't even out yet but Benedict Cumberbatch is already killing it
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