The film marks his sixth appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).Cumberbatch made his debut as the sorcerer in 2016's Doctor Strange and has since reprised the role for Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.In another divergence from his character, Cumberbatch doesn't have gray sections of hair. And while Doctor Strange chooses to have facial hair, the actor is clean-shaved in real life. She was last seen using her powers to control the town of Westview, New Jersey in the 2021 Disney+ series WandaVision.In the show, Wanda was finally given her comic-book name and got a brand new superhero costume — which Olsen made sure was functional and practical for movement. Olsen's character has reddish-brown hair that sometimes appears wavy. His first and only MCU appearance was in Doctor Strange.Although Mordo worked alongside the titular character, the post-credits scene lay the groundwork for Mordo to become a villain. One thing the two share in common is their similarly styled facial hair. In No Way Home, it was revealed that Wong became the new Sorcerer Supreme because Doctor Strange was blipped and someone had to take over the position.Doctor Strange 2 is the actor's sixth MCU appearance, having previously played the character in Doctor Strange, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.In Doctor Strange 2, she has medium-length hair with bangs and sports a denim jacket that has a star printed on the back.Doctor Strange 2 director Sam Raimi told Fandango that Gomez's character adds an exciting spirit of youth to the film and is more down-to-earth than people like Doctor Strange. McAdams' first appearance as the character was in Doctor Strange. In the film, she was introduced as Stephen's love interest and colleague at Metro-General Hospital. Even though the pair broke up, Christine did help Stephen with some of his mystical issues. McAdams went on to voice Christine in a 2021 episode of the animated Disney+ series What If...?In Doctor Strange, the actress' hair was completely brunette.As for what fans can expect from her appearance in the sequel, McAdams told Empire magazine that she wasn't just wearing scrubs this time around.Instead, she got to be part of exciting scenes that she's never seen on screen.