As most know, there is a lot to expect on “Doctor Strange 2 Multiverse of Madness. The events are expected to pick up from what most say on “Spiderman: No Way Home” and there are endless possibilities.

So far, nothing has been set in stone. Hence, Marvel fans are left to speculate on what the next film will have to offer.

This early, there are suggestions that Charles Xavier (Professor X) portrayed by Patrick Steward could be appearing on “Doctor Strange 2 Multiverse of Madness.” Other than him, it was also suggested that Wolverine and Magneto could also appear.

If so, this points to the “X-Men” most remember so well. But with plenty of possibilities, it is possible that these characters could be taking a new role.

Magneto, who can be played by either Ian McKellan or Michael Fassbender (or someone else), easily gets most to brand him as the likely villain. He has been the villain that most remember so well although that has been altered in several Marvel flicks such as “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”

Also, that would be too easy unless there is a new plot that would place Doctor Strange in a spot.

However, it is also possible that Charles Xavier or Wolverine could go rogue. It would go way back to their early lives and see either turn evil.

While most know what Logan can do, particularly his rage, the same cannot be easily said about Professor X. Regardless, his abilities make him a dangerous adversary that even Doctor Strange may find hard to handle.

Although Charles Xavier has been known to bat for mutants and want equality, the fact that he has the uncanny ability could lead him to realize that they can overpower the human race.

It is also possible that Magneto, probably even Wolverine, could battle Professor X in alliance with Doctor Strange.

This could be an angle worth considering although, as mentioned earlier, possibilities are endless.

X-Men: Days of Future Past
Wolverine and Charles Xavier breaking Magneto out of jail. X-Men: Days of Future Past

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