PHOTOS - Doctor Strange character experience at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Nov 11, 2016 in "Character Meet and Greets at Disney's Hollywood Studios"

Doctor Strange at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Posted: Friday November 11, 2016 8:39am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Fans of Marvel's Doctor Strange can now take part in a new character experience at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Located on one of the last remnants of the backlot near the exit of ToyS tory Mania, there are multiple shows per day, each lasting around 30 minutes.

The experience is set up like Enchanted Tales with Belle and Jedi Training Academy, where young guests can take part in an interactive experience with the characters, before a final meet and greet with Doctor Strange.

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Matt_BlackDec 04, 2016

Capernick Bumbershoot!

mickeyfan5534Dec 04, 2016

No no no. You've got it all wrong. It's Bumpanoodle Cabagepatch.

maroonmolDec 04, 2016

Hmmm... I'm pretty sure his name is actually Buttercup Cumbersnatch ;)

MotherOfBirdsDec 04, 2016

No matter how hard they try, nobody will ever be able to make me like Popebenedict Cucumberpatch.

MisterPenguinDec 04, 2016

His Sanctum Sanctorum has in invisibility field around it. Did you try feeling the walls?

sWANNISAXDec 04, 2016

I'm at DHS today. Missed his times last week and super disappointed I missed it. He is gone this morning as are all the set decorations. The sign is back to you've got a friend in me and the timely signage and newspaper box is also gone.

djkidkazDec 04, 2016

Gotta get him in and out before Uni notices! ;)

The_JobuDec 03, 2016

Why not just have him be a bartender at the Abracadabar? He Makes a mean Singapore Sling Ring Mmmm.... smell that IP synergy!

Rodan75Dec 02, 2016

Plus with Rogue One opening, Disney wants the focus on Star Wars this month, not Marvel.

HauntedMansionFLADec 02, 2016

Rogue one time

doctornickDec 02, 2016

I don't think so much as a "cut" as it was a planned limited time offering. From what I gather, these types of offerings are paid for by the movie studio branch as part of their "promotion" for the film but the studio will only pay for a small period of time. After that, it only stays around if the P&R folks want to pay for it out of their entertainment budget, so that is why these things don't stick.

brb1006Dec 02, 2016

And Doctor Strange is rumored to be cut at HS.

Animaniac93-98Dec 02, 2016

That's a shame, since Doctor Strange is still among the top 5 at the domestic box office even a month after its release. These kinds of interactions are a great, low cost promotional tool to remind people of the movie until it gets released to Blu-ray, and kids probably enjoy it very much. That and DHS could always use more things to see and do.

RAXIPDec 02, 2016

Tomorrow, Friday 12/2, is the last day.