Which countries have banned the premiere of Dr. Strange 2?

LOS ANGELES UNITED STATES.- After the success generated by Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marvel Studios again promises to generate a stir among fans with the long-awaited theatrical release of Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

The ambitious film by the company owned by Disney has all the ingredients to become a worldwide success, since it comes with the premise of introducing the characters from the comics in the multiverse, the new bet within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

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In several countries of the world, the purchase of tickets and the wait at the box office have unleashed madness among fans, however, there are nations where the film cannot be seen due to the appearance of a character.

A couple of days ago, Saudi Arabia asked Disney remove an LGBTQ reference from the Dr. Strange movie, it is about the participation of Xóchitl Gómez, who plays the superhero America Chávez.

The precise scene that caused unease in the Asian country and others, mainly in the Arab world, is one in which the character openly acknowledges “having two mothers”, causing the film to not be able to reach this region of the world because Disney is refused to edit this 12-second piece.

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Which countries have banned Dr. Strange 2?

In addition to Saudi Arabia, countries such as Qatar, Kuwait and Egypt have been added among the nations where the long-awaited film will not be shown in theaters.

The harsh policies against the LGBTQ community that govern the Middle East have caused the film to be banned in these countries.

Dr. Strange 2 will be available in theaters worldwide starting this May 6, with the promise of being one of the best movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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