‘Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness’: This mythical actress has taken the opportunity to throw the Marvel movie to the ground

Jamie Lee Curtis has wanted to promote ‘Everything at once everywhere’ making fun of the film starring Elizabeth Olsen and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness is being a success at the box office, becoming in just a few days at the box office the best premiere of this year 2022 having raised more than $450 million in just its first weekend worldwide.

However, the hit movie starring Elizabeth Olsen and Benedict Cumberbatch has made headlines this time around due to a post from Jamie Lee Curtis’s official Instagram. promoting his new movie All at once everywhere somehow mocking Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness. You can see the image below:

«Real alert! @everythingeverywheremovie is wonderful! It has big heart and brilliant visual delights, extraordinary performances and fantastic fight scenes…and it cost less than the total budget of Doctor Strange and/or any other Marvel movie. Competitive? Hell yeah! I wasn’t head cheerleader in high school for nothing. And postscript: our movie has a dynamite dildo fight scene and a very erotic sausage-handed mating dance.»

The publication ends with a hashtag in which it says «I don’t think I’ll ever get cast in a Marvel movie.»

What is ‘Everything at once everywhere’ about?

Everything at the same time everywhere is already considered one of the best films about the multiverses that has been made in the history of cinema. The story follows Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh), a woman whose life, both personally and professionally, is in chaos.

When she goes to fix some simple papers, she is suddenly involved in an adventure in which she must save the multiverse from a dark force. To do this, you must activate the abilities that your different versions of other worlds have.

This movie from the multiverse is the best of all time according to moviegoers and it is not from Marvel

Everything at the same time everywhere, from the same studio as films like The Green Knight or Midsommar, will be released in cinemas in Spain next May 27. But the critic and publisher of SensaCine, Alejandro G. Calvo, has already seen the film and has made a video review that you can see below:

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