Online , the phrase took hold as a staple of image macros , parodies and a comment game conveying time loop and repetition, in a manner not dissimilar to the Revolver Ocelot picture or lyric spam memes such as The Best and When I was. The line comes from the end of the movie, released on October 13th, November 4th for the US release , in a scene in which Doctor Strange played by Benedict Cumberbatch is facing Dormammu, one of the movie's villains and a powerful magic creature. In the climactic scene extract from it shown below, uploaded to YouTube in March , Doctor Strange is seen preparing himself before facing Dormammu by creating a green magic glyph.
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The Skirmish in the Dark Dimension is a confrontation between Doctor Strange and Dormammu planned in order to bargain with the inter-dimensional entity to end his assault on Earth. Dormammu proceeded to kill Strange unaware that the sorcerer had trapped them in an endless time loop that repeated itself after Strange had been killed. As time kept repeating, Dormammu became more and more distraught until he plead to be set free. Strange agreed only if Dormammu removed the Zealots and swore to never try to attack the Earth again to which Dormammu angrily agreed to.
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