Doctor Strange’s Benedict Cumberbatch Talks Mind-Blowing Experience Appearing Opposite Michael Douglas And A Whole Bunch Of Other Marvel A-Listers For Tony Stark’s Memorial Scene

Avengers: Endgame was a spectacle, to put it lightly. Seeing over ten years of movies culminate with the fourth Avengers film was overwhelming, especially since the film featured an all-star cast that included OG Avengers played by Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson as well as newer additions like Brie Larson, Chadwick Boseman and Tom Holland. And as Benedict Cumberbatch recently revealed, appearing in a scene with all these A-listers and more like Michael Douglas during Tony Stark’s memorial scene was “mind-blowing.” 

The somber scene, which took place during the final moments of the movie, featured basically everyone from the Marvel movies, including some super deep cuts (like the kid from Iron Man 3). The Doctor Strange actor revealed that he was in awe of the actors there, especially some of the ones who have been in the biz for a long time, telling Oracle Time

I was just blown away by the people I was surrounded by, and I hardly got to talk to everyone, let alone act with them. That tracking shot at Stark’s memorial is pretty intense. That was amazingly charged and I think everyone got a bit giddy that day. But I literally went, ‘Hello, morning, how are you?’ to Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer. It’s just like, what the fuck is going on now? How did I get here? This is so bizarre. It was magic.

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