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Dan Harmon has written some scenes for Doctor Strange

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Doctor Strange

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As with all the big movies these days, Marvel’s Doctor Strange is going back for a few reshoots. What makes this a bit different is that Dan Harmon (Community, Rick and Morty) is writing some of those extra scenes.

In “Doctor Strange,” famous neurosurgeon Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) suffers career-ending injuries in a devastating car crash. Seeking help in the furthest reaches of the world, Strange uncovers the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions! Witness the powerful doctor in the poster above.

THR had the news that Harmon was brought on board after the movie wrapped principal production and his pages were “for additional photography,” according to one source.

He joins co-writers Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill (who formerly Masswyrm, a writer on Ain’t It Cool News). The duo share story by credit with Jon Spaihts (Prometheus, Passengers).

Harmon has little writing experience for the big screen (he has a credit on Monster House), but I love Community and Rick & Morty so, whatever scenes he has written, I am sure they will be very good and rather funny. Hell, he could finally do the Community movie and have it set just round the corner from the events in the Doctor Strange film!

Scott Derrickson is directing the film. Doctor Strange also stars Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Mads Mikkelsen, Michael Stuhlbarg, Scott Adkins , Amy Landecker, and Tilda Swinton is set to play the Ancient One.

The film is due out on 28th October in the UK and 4th November 2016 in the US.

Check out our Doctor Strange coverage.

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