Oscar Isaac, the actor who will play Moon Knight in the next Marvel Cinematic Universe series, said at Comic-Con that the new series will be “sort of a weird show.” Furthermore, the program will most likely be distinct from the other Marvel Cinematic Universe series that have previously shown on Disney+. Oscar Isaac will star in the show Moon Knight as the main character. Through this series, his character Marc Spector will make his entrance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The program will introduce a new vigilante-style hero who wears a white suit and professes to be the anointed apostle of Egyptian god Moon God.
Aside from that, Spector’s delusional identity problem will show us a massive evolution of a specific character built on a fluid and analytical examination that we have never seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe before. The persona of Moon Knight’s violent nature combined with his mind’s need for vengeance will undoubtedly make the program one of the most distinctive and crazy shows we’ve ever seen in the MCU.
In terms of details, the series will be hosted by Jeremy Slater, who is also the showrunner for Marvel Studios. Oscar Isaac will play Marc Spector, commonly known as Moon Knight, in the show. He’ll be up against an unknown adversary in the program, who will be played by Ethan Hawke. As we previously reported, Oscar Isaac has indicated that the next Moon Knight would be a spectacular event. Isaac’s comment was captured in a film from behind the scenes of the show Moon Knight. Moon Knight’s origin tale, on the other side, has practically been established. Furthermore, the show appears to be very different from the past Disney+ shows we’ve seen, such as WandaVision, The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, Loki, and the most recent What If…?
As we can see, all of the prior episodes have featured protagonists that are already part of the MCU, while Moon Knight has a character who is completely new to the studio. Not only that, but understanding this character’s thinking and attributes takes a whole new degree of attention and devotion. This is what adds to the series’ unpredictability and craziness.