Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness UK DVD, Blu-ray & digital release date

With the recent arrival on the big screen it’s time to look ahead at the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness UK DVD, Blu-ray and digital release date. It follows on from where things left off in Spider-Man No Way Home and WandaVision, so this is going to be one for a lot of home entertainment collections.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness UK DVD, Blu-ray and digital release date

Your first opportunity to own the film will be the digital release, but there will also be a Home Premier early access release to rent the film before then. The DVD and Blu-ray will follow shortly afterwards and we’re expecting a decent amount of bonus features to be bundled with the latter, along with the 4K version of the film.

The name alone should’ve been a pretty good indication that things were going to get even more bizarre in the second stand-alone Doctor Strange film. With the multiverse breached thanks to the events of Spider-Man No Way Home, Stephen must journey through its many tendrils to stop a new threat to each and every one of them.

UK Blu-ray, DVD and digital release date

The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness UK digital release date should be around early August 2022, so you’ll need to wait until mid-to-late Summer to buy it. The film came out in cinemas on the 5th May 2022, which is a bit unusual for such a big blockbuster. However, with Thor Love and Thunder and Black Panther Wakanda Forever also out later this year, thanks to the impact of COVID, it was always going to be slightly congested one.

Going on the usual run of things, the DVD, Blu-ray and 4K versions of the film should follow with a UK release date a week or two after digital. It might not be the best time for a home entertainment release, but with everything that goes on in the film it should still turn out to be one of the biggest films of the year.

The pandemic had previously meant that there was less time between cinema and home releases, but that seems to have reverted to its pre-lockdown state. For example, The Batman came out at the box office in the UK on the 4th March and it has been confirmed for DVD, Blu-ray and 4K for the 13th June, which acts as a pretty good indicator for Doctor Strange 2.

The film’s big home entertainment competition will be Downton Abbey A New Era, Sonic The Hedgehog 2, The Lost City and Fantastic Beasts The Secrets of Dumbledore. These are all fairly chunky, but our money is still on the Multiverse of Madness to take the number 1 spot in the UK.

We’ll update you with more details on the digital, DVD, Blu-ray and 4K release as they get confirmed. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter to see news and updates on upcoming releases, and you can see more on the film with the official Doctor Strange movie Twitter page at

North America release date

The North America market usually get its release date a few weeks earlier than over here in the UK. If you track that forward for the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Blu-ray and 4K it means it should be out in the US and Canada around mid-July.

One thing to bear in min, though, is that North American also gets early access purchase options at the same time as rental. Make sure you check that option out if you’re planning on catching the higher priced Home Premier digital, because it should only be a few dollars more to buy it.

DVD and Blu-ray details

Age rating: 12A (UK) PG13 (US)

Runtime: 2 hours, 6 minutes

Director: Sam Raimi

Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofer, Xochitl Gomez, Michael Stuhlbarg, Patrick Stewart, Hayley Atwell, Lashana Lynch, Anson Mount, John Krasinski

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To keep this as spoiler-free as possible, we’re going to keep this brief. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is just as guano crazy as you might have expected, but it builds well on the original. It also fits in as a natural evolution for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has been playing with the many worlds concept for a year or so with the likes of Loki, What If? and Spider-Man No Way Home.

Visually stunning and with a strong cast, its going to be the kind of digital, DVD, Blu-ray and 4K release that will please most Marvel fans. Benedict Cumberbatch has the challenge of playing a number of versions of himself, which he did previously in What If?, and as before he makes it stick perfectly.

The addition of Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff brings a lot of power to the film and while she was on a journey of self discovery in WandaVision, she’s at her ground-shaking best in Doctor Strange 2.

It builds in intensity well with the usual huge special effects and mind-bending reality that the character’s stories have become know for. The ramifications probably aren’t going to be felt in the rest of this year’s MCU releases (Thor Love and Thunder, Black Panther Wakanda Forever), but they’re definitely going to come to roost the next time there’s a big-screen team up, which really can’t be that far away now.

DVD and Blu-ray review: 4/5