Marvel already hit it big this year with Captain America Civil War, and they've got a slightly more unusual offering on the way for the end of the year.
Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch as a surgeon whose world starts to unravel after a terrible accident. He dives into the mystical and comes out with a new understanding of the powers that exist at the edge of understanding.
It's looking like the most unique entry into the Marvel verse since Guardians and also features the likes of Tilda Swinton and Mads Mikkelsen in important roles.
We're happy to report that the film is going to release in Ireland and the UK on the 25th of October, that's more than a week before it's out in the States on the 4th of November.
We're also hearing that the film is going to run around 130 minutes, which is long enough for a Marvel feature that's focused on a single character, when you consider Ant-Man was a spry 117. Are these movies longer than they need to be? Probably.
Doctor Strange is out in Irish cinemas on the 25th of October, 2016.