DOCTOR STRANGE Will Shoot November; Could Be British Or American

During press events for Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Marvel President Kevin Feige revealed that Doctor Strange will begin filming this November.

At an event for bloggers, Feige confirmed Doctor Strange, which will be directed by Scott Derrickson (Sinister) and star Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) in the title role, will start filming in November.

When asked about Doctor Strange, Feige said he was "excited" about Cumberbatch as Strange. He also stressed that his focus is always to make sure that all MCU films are strong on their own and the same will go for Doctor Strange.

Strange is being played by one of the most recognizable actors on the planet in the form of Benedict Cumberbatch -- but also an actor whose voice is immediately identifiable. So...what happens when you have a traditionally-American character and then a famous English actor with a famously English voice taking on the part? Well, Marvel hasn't decided quite yet. In an interview with MTV, studio head Kevin Feige admitted as much.

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"It's a good question," he admitted. "We have not discussed the accent with him yet but he's Benedict Cumberbatch so I think he can do anything we ask him."

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