The official world premiere of the all-new Disney + original series, Knights of the Moon, was revealed during the NFL Super Wild Card game. The new trailer for the long-awaited Marvel series reveals tons of new footage of what’s coming in the near future. Knights of the Moon is an upcoming American TV miniseries based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. It is the nineteenth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and part of Phase Four. You can check out the official trailer for the upcoming series below.
As shown in the brand new trailer above, the long-awaited Marvel series is finally coming soon. The all-new trailer reveals tons of new footage, as well as a much better look at the Moon Knights costume. We also got to see another look at Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow, and hopefully soon Shadow Knight. With no exact release date revealed yet, the upcoming MCU series will be available for streaming on Disney + sometime during March 2022.
Created by Jeremy Slater, the official synopsis for Knights of the Moon is as follows: “A new worldwide action-adventure series with a complex vigilante suffering from dissociative identity disorder. The many identities that live inside him are thrown into a deadly war of gods against the backdrop of modern and ancient Egypt.” It has also been confirmed that the upcoming series will consist of six episodes, with approximately 40-50 minutes of playing time. Knights of the Moon is produced by Marvel Studios and will be released on Disney +.
All episodes of the upcoming Marvel series are directed by Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Diab, and Synchronous duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. Knights of the Moon stars Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, Gaspard Ulliel and May Calamawy. In addition to directing the Disney + series, Oscar Isaac will also serve as executive producer. During his performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Ethan Hawke based his villainous character on former cult leader David Koresh. “I’ve based my character on David Koresh,” Hawke laughed with the host. “Yeah, so I mean, I think it works. I totally wanted a Camaro, you know? I want to drive in a Camaro. I can not believe you, I mean you’re good Seth. Or maybe I” I is not out of character yet … I do not know if we will agree to say that. But, I want to say, he is the basis for great character inspiration. “
Originally created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin back in 1975 for Werewolf at Night # 32, Moon Knight is the alter ego of Marc Spector, a son of a Jewish-American rabbi who grew up to be a heavyweight boxer, and then an American Marine. Marc Spector is a mercenary with several alter egos like cabbie Jake Lockley and millionaire playboy Steven Grant to better fight the criminal underworld. Left to die in the desert, Marc Spector was revived by the moon god Khonshu. Appointed Khonshus fist and high priest, Moon Knight performs justice to protect those who travel at night. His current abilities consist of skills in martial arts and armed combat, high-tech equipment, detective expertise as well as increased strength, speed and endurance depending on the lunar cycle.
So far, this year is expected to be as packed as last year, with upcoming releases of Hun-Hulk, Secret invasion, Ms. Marvel, and The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special currently lined up for Disney +. In addition, feature films such as Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is scheduled to premiere in theaters. What do you think about the brand new Knights of the Moon trailer? Who else would you like to see appear in the series?
Moon Knight villain Ethan Hawke praises the work and dedication of his co-star Oscar Isaacs.
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