A Genius Hidden Detail Foreshadowed Doctor Strange’s Ending Twist

It’s also worth noting that only moments after the musical fight, Doctor Strange himself seems to accept his fate. When Christine Palmer sees he’s ready to use the Darkhold, she accuses him of being the same as the other Stranges, which he finally is able to admit: there is a desire to push the boundaries in every Stephen Strange. Doctor Strange’s acceptance of his flaws is also an acceptance of his fate – at least, of the idea that he will have to live with the consequences of his actions after Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

The Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scene actually sees Strange seemingly comfortable with his third eye, which has also been fated for the character. In the comic book source material, Doctor Strange does have a third eye, so it was only a matter of time until his MCU counterpart gained one, even if a different version. This makes the use of the Fate Symphony a multi-layered device because the piece not only foreshadows Strange’s eventual corruption (on some level) by the Darkhold, but also Strange’s path to becoming more like his comic book counterpart. Strange’s third eye is given to him by the Eye of Agamotto in the comics rather than the Darkhold, but Danny Elfman’s brilliant use of Beethoven’s 5th fits perfectly with the character’s MCU journey.

Whether or not Danny Elfman will return for Doctor Strange 3 remains to be seen, but the composer’s contributions to this film deserve plenty of notice. Whether or not he chose the Fate Symphony on purpose isn’t known for sure – in Danny Elfman’s interview with Screen Rant, he credited Kevin Feige with the “Beethoven vs. Bach” idea – but given the composer’s vast musical knowledge, it’s likely the piece was a deliberate choice. Regardless, it’s certainly worth paying attention to on any repeat viewings of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.


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It’s also worth noting that only moments after the musical fight, Doctor Strange himself seems to accept his fate. When Christine Palmer sees he’s ready to use the Darkhold, she accuses him of being the same as the other Stranges, which he finally is able to admit: there is a desire to push the boundaries in every Stephen Strange. Doctor Strange’s acceptance of his flaws is also an acceptance of his fate – at least, of the idea that he will have to live with the consequences of his actions after Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scene actually sees Strange seemingly comfortable with his third eye, which has also been fated for the character. In the comic book source material, Doctor Strange does have a third eye, so it was only a matter of time until his MCU counterpart gained one, even if a different version. This makes the use of the Fate Symphony a multi-layered device because the piece not only foreshadows Strange’s eventual corruption (on some level) by the Darkhold, but also Strange’s path to becoming more like his comic book counterpart. Strange’s third eye is given to him by the Eye of Agamotto in the comics rather than the Darkhold, but Danny Elfman’s brilliant use of Beethoven’s 5th fits perfectly with the character’s MCU journey.

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Whether or not Danny Elfman will return for Doctor Strange 3 remains to be seen, but the composer’s contributions to this film deserve plenty of notice. Whether or not he chose the Fate Symphony on purpose isn’t known for sure – in Danny Elfman’s interview with Screen Rant, he credited Kevin Feige with the “Beethoven vs. Bach” idea – but given the composer’s vast musical knowledge, it’s likely the piece was a deliberate choice. Regardless, it’s certainly worth paying attention to on any repeat viewings of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

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