A now-deleted Instagram post from Disney+ Germany may have just leaked when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hits streaming.

Disney+ Germany may have just leaked when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will hit Disney’s streaming service in an Instagram post that has now been deleted. While this is not an absolute confirmation, and the possibility of the date being an error is very real, it is nonetheless a hint at when we may be getting our hands on the Doctor Stange sequel.

The deleted post in question had the movie releasing on Disney+ on June 22nd, roughly six weeks after the movie’s release.

Whether we get the movie on the 22nd or not still remains to be seen, but here is to hoping this leak was accurate.

Disney Plus Doctor Strange
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The director of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Sam Raimi, also recently talked about his favorite superhero before the movie’s release. Surprisingly, the director didn’t say Doctor Strange, and instead looked to another comic book character he had previously helmed throughout the 2000s.

In Raimi’s sit down with the Youtube channel Daily Gargoyles he talked about his cult-classic Evil Dead and his upcoming MCU project, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The host eventually asked Raimi what his favorite MCU character is, to which Raimi responded Spider-Man.

“Sam Raimi has revealed that Spider-Man (Tom Holland) is his current favorite MCU character! Ya love to see it”

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Raimi was also asked about the possibility of him reigniting the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man franchise with a Spider-Man 4 movie.

Sam Raimi on Spider-Man 4:’I didn’t think it was possible, but… anything is possible now.’”

Raimi discussed the possibilities opened up by the multiverse and how it swings open doors that were previously thought to be shut, just as Stephen Strange learns in his upcoming movie.

Watch the full interview here:

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