DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS: [Spoiler] Comments On Their Cameo Appearance

A certain actor has finally weighed in on their much-discussed cameo appearance in Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness... in typically hilarious fashion!

As you'll no doubt be aware by now, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness features quite a few cameos, but one, in particular, is sure to bring a smile to old-school Sam Raimi fans.

Bruce Campbell has appeared in the majority of Raimi's films since his screen debut in Evil Dead, so it probably won't come as much of a surprise to learn that he also shows up in the Doctor Strange sequel. The specific details of his role have led to a lot of speculation, though, and he was rumored to be playing a member of The Illuminati (Thor's brother Balder) at one point.

There's a pretty good chance this was the original plan, but Campbell actually ended up playing a food vender named "Pizza Poppa" who accosts Strange and Chavez on the street when they arrive in The Illuminati's reality.

After Poppa threatens to squirt mustard on him, Strange casts a spell which forces the vender to repeatedly punch himself in the face (bit harsh). He then returns in the movie's post-credits scene when the spell finally wears off, looking straight at the camera to tell the audience that "it's over!"

A fan revealed the details of Campbell's appearances on Twitter, and the actor responded with the following:

Some might be disappointed with Campbell's cameos, but we're sure Raimi will find a more substantial part for his old friend one of these days!

Have you been to see Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness yet? If so, what did you think? You can check out our 4-star review here.

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