Marvel Studios has built up enough goodwill at this point that they could probably get away with just releasing a title and release date and still pack their fair share of theaters. But if you simply must know what Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 are about, the official synopsis for each film has been unveiled and they are glorious in their vagueness.
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