There’s no denying that Doctor Strange made for a visual spectacle up on the big screen, but as a complex picture that provokes and captures your imaginations, it’s a film that demands a second, third and maybe even a fourth viewing to fully come to terms with – making the home entertainment release a potentially rather popular one.

To mark the March 6 release – we interviewed Mads Mikkelsen (Kaecilius) and Benedict Wong (Wong). The former discusses his working relationship with director Scott Derrickson, as well as the strength in the Marvel family, and just how much background information he wanted to give to his role. He also speaks about the watchability factor for this picture, and whether he’s ever considered if there’s more to life than what meets the eye. You can watch our interview with Mads below. You can watch the interview we conducted with the Danish actor for the theatrical release here.

Next up we have Benedict Wong, who plays, coincidentally, a character called Wong, and he explains to us how his friend Chiwetel Ejiofor was the one who introduced him to this project. He went on to discuss the quality of cast and what a difference that makes, and just how much input Marvel allow actors when it comes to crafting their characters. We also quizzed him on his involvement in Infinity War, to which he replied, “I’m crossing my fingers, and my legs”. You can watch the interview with Benedict below. We also completed a Facebook live interview with the actor for the theatrical release, which can be viewed here.

Doctor Strange is released on DVD and Blur-ray on March 6th. You can read our review of the film here.