Marvel’s New Moon Knight Synopsis makes a big change by Marc Spector

As it turns out, Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac) is not the main character in Marvel’s Moon Knight. Instead, Isaac will primarily play Steven Grant, one of the character’s three identities. This is according to the new synopsis that Marvel Studios distributed to members of the media moments after the release of the show’s first full-length trailer. Not only that, but Grant does not appear to be the millionaire filmmaker, he is Marvel’s source material. Instead, he is a gift shop employee.

“The series follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift shop employee who is plagued by blackouts and reminiscent of another life,” reads synopsis. “Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven / Marc’s enemies gather around them, they must navigate their complex identities as they are plunged into a deadly mystery among Egypt’s powerful gods.”

Noticeably absent in the synopsis – and trailer, for that matter – is Jake Lockley, the guard’s third identity, who typically acts as the taxi driver in the cartoon. The trailer also gave fans of the character their first look at Khonshu, but no other Egyptian gods were present in the series.

The earlier synopsis used by the study claimed that there was a war between gods, rather than a mystery.

“A new worldwide action-adventure series with a complex vigilance that suffers from dissociative identity disorder,” read the previous synopsis. “The many identities that live within him are thrown into a deadly war of gods against the backdrop of modern and ancient Egypt.”

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