To add my thought from the other thread - I've always looked at Strange as an older, more suave gentleman and in fact I'll go so far as to say that if I were in charge of the Dr. Strange movie, I'd place his accident/origin/training sometime in the mid 70's/early 80's and say that he's been defending the MCU from various supernatural threats all this time and none of us were the wiser because he's smart and capable and tricky enough to keep a low profile.
Neeson has the look, he has the dramatic range, he has the maturity I associate with Strange, he has the voice for shouting weird things like 'Hoary Hosts Of Hoggoth' without sounding cheesy.
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