Dan Harmon at the Turner Upfront 2016 An unlikely writer penned some last-minute scenes for Marvel's "Doctor Strange": none other than "Community" creator Dan Harmon.

The writer isn't known for superhero flicks, but apparently Marvel Studios trusted him to do the job. He was brought in late, joining the project only after principal production wrapped, according to a Hollywood Reporter source. Just what he added has been kept under wraps, but given his previous work, we suspect that he injected a bit of fun, quirky humor into the upcoming film.

Harmon has proven himself as a comedic writer, creating not only "Community" but also the Adult Swim cartoon "Rick and Morty." (He co-created the latter with Justin Roiland.) "Doctor Strange" marks his first project for Marvel, but he isn't the first "Community" alum to work with the studio; Anthony and Joe Russo each directed numerous episodes of the sitcom before jointly helming the Marvel hits "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "Captain America: Civil War."

We expect that Harmon transitioned to the MCU as smoothly as the Russo brothers have, but we won't see for sure until "Doctor Strange," starring Benedict Cumberbatch, hits theaters on Nov. 4.

[via: The Hollywood Reporter]