Go Inside the World of 'Doctor Strange' With Benedict Cumberbatch in Mind-Bending Marvel Featurette

Check out this extended look at Marvel's newest hero, as well as his magical friends and deadly enemies.

Doctor Strange is bringing a new kind of magic and sorcerery to the Marvel Universe in just a few months, and to get fans geared up, the studio is sharing an extended look at the eponymous hero, his origins and the devious villains who threaten mankind's existence.

"Strange is incredibly arrogant, brilliant, sort of extraordinary," says Benedict Cumberbatch, who stars as the surgeon-turned-wizard in the upcoming action epic. "His need to control fate, to control destiny and, in particular, death, has brought him to the height of his profession as a neurosurgeon."

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Everything changes for Dr. Stephen Strange when his hands are ruined in a devastating car accident. After exhausting all medical possibilities for mending his damaged hands, he flies to Nepal looking for a more exotic option -- which he finds in the form of The Ancient One, a mystical mentor.

"[She] is a sorcerer supreme," Tilda Swinton says of her enlightened master of magic. Under her tutelage, Strange learns of multiple universes and supernatural powers and becomes a target for those who want to abuse magic for evil purposes.

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Mads Mikkleson plays the sinister Kaecilius, who becomes "seduced by what they find on the other side" of reality and is "interested in spilling the barriers between dimensions," says executive producer and Marvel president Kevin Feige.

It seems that the battle between Strange and the evil sorcerers is where the epic, Inception-inspired cityscape-folding-in-on-itself shots come into play, in a cinematic style never before seen in the MCU.

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"There's a lot of real-world live action in this film, there's a lot of drama, a lot of comedy, but there's also the most extraordinary, fantastical adventure," Cumberbatch explained. "I think it's going to be a great cinematic ride."

Doctor Strange, which also stars Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Benjamin Bratt, explodes into theaters Nov. 4.

Cumberbatch and Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson sat down with ET during San Diego Comic-Con in July, where the star opened up about the exciting new project. Check out the exclusive interview below.