Marvel’s Doctor Strange is a few short weeks away and, in anticipation, they’ve started to release six very cool new character posters.
Each time Doctor Who’s titular Time Lord has regenerated in the modern series, fans have called for the next actor to take on the role to defy the white-male tradition—whether that’s calls for a Female Doctor or a non-white male actor. We know that black actors have been offered the part before, but now we may know…
Filming for Doctor Strange has been underway in New York City, and photographers got a really good glimpse of Benedict Cumberbatch and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Doctor Strange and Baron Mordo!
Doctor Strange is becoming the British-iest Marvel movie ever made, apparently. Deadline is reporting that not only has Chiwetel Ejiofor joined the cast, but he’ll be playing the classic Doctor Strange villain Baron Mordo to boot.
The film adaptation of Robert C. O’Brien’s novel Z for Zachariah debuted at Sundance earlier this year, and now we get a peek at the post-apocalyptic drama. Margot Robbie and Chiwetel Ejiofor play survivors of a nuclear disaster living a quiet post-apocalyptic life, at least until Chris Pine shows up to compete for…
It's not that revealing, is it? But it is the first shot of the adaptation of Robert C. O'Brien's Z for Zachariah. It shows stars Chris Pine, Margot Robbie, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
We've heard lots of names bandied about to play Doctor Strange in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — but Rob O. has a great suggestion: Chiwetel Ejiofor. I already believe in him as the Sorcerer Supreme, without seeing a single frame.
Even though the Doctor Who movie is a long way off, one thing is still for certain — the movie will need to cast a brand new Time Lord. But who shall it be? Gamblers have already started staking the odds in Chiwetel Ejiofor's favor, but what about Helen Mirren?
There are many actors who help make science fiction and fantasy awesome, but there are some faces you see again and again. And some actors just automatically brighten the screen whenever they appear. No matter what movie or TV show they're in, they make it better.