Based on the comic of the same name, the film centers on Dr. Stephen Strange, a young, arrogant surgeon with a promising career, who loses his ability to operate after a terrible accident. Despondent and suicidal, Dr. Strange seeks advice from a mystical being known as the Ancient One and learns that he is the newly designated Sorceror Supreme, responsible for protecting the planet from evil. With his girlfriend Clea and his loyal assistant Wong in tow, Strange sets out to fulfill his destiny.
Andrews wrote and directed “Brave” and wrote “John Carter.”
Arcel previously helmed “A Royal Affair” and “The Truth About Men.”
Israelite is making his directorial debut with “Welcome to Yesterday.”
Levine’s past work includes “50/50” and “Warm Bodies.”
Source: Hollywood Reporter