Avengers Infinity War: Scott Derrickson Teases A Return To The Sanctum Sanctorum

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Avengers: Infinity War will be the biggest team-up that Marvel Studios has ever come up with since Captain America: Civil War, and the movie promises an appearance from the Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange. Director Scott Derrickson has tweeted a new picture, and it looks like we'll be visiting the Sanctum Sanctorum in the movie as well.

Here's the tweet:


After the events of Doctor Strange, Stephen Strange has now become the one in charge of the ancient sanctum located in New York. The building houses a lot of ancient artifacts and relics, and is the same place Strange was able to get his Cloak of Levitation.

So far, the only other Avenger that we've seen in the Sanctum is Thor, and it's very likely that we'll be seeing the Sanctum (and Strange) again in Thor: Ragnarok. If I were to guess, I'm imagining the Sanctum will be the Avengers' way into travelling inter-dimensionally by the time Infinity War comes out. I just think it will be ridiculous if Tony Stark decides to pull an Interstellar and have everyone blasting off to space in a rocket.

Infinity War is set for a release May 4 next year, but we can likely see Strange again in Thor: Ragnarok which hits theaters Nov. 3.

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