Jamie Lee Curtis talks exquisite s**t on Doctor Strange 2

Jamie Lee Curtis talks exquisite trash on Doctor Strange 2 & Everything Everywhere All at Once!


It all started with a discussion between Marvel and the two Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert) discussing Disney+’s “Loki.” “Everything Everywhere All at Once” actor Jamie Lee Curtis thinks there may be one too many multiverses in the theatre.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Everything Everywhere All at Once, which debuted in limited theatres in March and have been dominating the box office since then, were seen side by side in Curtis’ first Instagram photo.

“Am I the only one? Strange, isn’t it, that our tiny movie, which has done and continues to do well with the #1movieinamerica campaign and is TRULY MARVELOUS, surpasses anything Marvel puts out there?” Curtis captioned his post, alluding to possible similarities between the A24 film’s promotional materials and those for the Sam Raimi-directed MCU film. Does this seem like an Internet argument?” As far as a family feud contest goes, “all I can say is we would SLAY with the outsiders from Doctor Strange @familyfeud.”

Jamie Lee Curtis talks exquisite s**t on Doctor Strange 2


Curtis went on to point out the disparity in budgets between the two films, which are both currently playing in theatres at the same time. While “Doctor Strange 2” cost an estimated $200 million, “Everything Everywhere” had a reported $25 million budget.)

@everythingeverywheremovie is MARVELOUS! It has a deep BEATING heart and BRILLIANT visual treats, EXTRAORDINARY performances, and FANTASTIC BEASTLY FIGHT SCENES……AND it COST LESS than the ENTIRE craft service budget on ‘Doctor Strange’ and/or any other Marvel movie,” Curtis penned, referencing A.O. Scott’s New York Times review of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” which compared both films.

“COMPETITIVE? F— YES,” Curtis chimed in. I wasn’t the school’s top cheerleader for nothing. In addition, the dildo battle sequence and the hotdog hand mating dance in our film are really explosive. #guessiwillneverbecastinamarvelmovie.”

Curtis previously told The Talk that an emotional thread should run throughout “sci-fi multiverse movies.”

When Curtis was advertising “Everything Everywhere All at Once” earlier this year, he observed, “The crowd departs sort of inured.” In my opinion, Marvel movies have become a bit stale. You will be moved to tears by this heartfelt film.”

Jamie Lee Curtis talks exquisite s**t on Doctor Strange 2

Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro, meanwhile, preferred to watch “Everything Everywhere All at Once” instead of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” on opening weekend.

“I enjoyed it,” del Toro tweeted on Monday. And since ‘Nothing Matters,’ everything does, in my opinion. Pain and Prejudice can be passed down from one generation to the next if we don’t look at ourselves first. One of the best films I’ve seen in a long, long time.”

And also – there is MUCH that is renewed – formally, rhythmically. It feels very much like a movie of the ‘now,’ and it speaks to this period. Its sense of immediacy is at once personal and sweeping. It’s worth a trip. Regardless of box office numbers or punditry, this is a wonderful film to seek out! Michelle Yeoh is a wonderful actress and a wonderful human being. However, the rest of the cast is as impressive.”

Filmmakers The Daniels previously stated during the 2022 SXSW debut of Everything Everywhere All at Once that the A24 indie film was more important than entering the MCU.

Onstage, Kwan admitted, “We were trying to make our own multiverse movie.

Then, he said, “I’m not a fan of many series or trilogies. “I enjoy a well-executed sit-down experience that begins and ends properly.”