Finally, the first full trailer for Oscar Isaacs Marvel Disney + series “Moon Knight” is here. And as Ethan Hawke wisely notes late in it, there is chaos in him. You will be able to see for yourself when the show premieres on March 30th. But first, wet your beak with the trailer at the top of the page.
In the comics, Moon Knight is Marc Spector, a former CIA agent who became a mercenary who was nearly killed by his nemesis before his life was saved by the moon god Khonshu. Four different personalities all fight for control of his body, and of course he fights against magical crime in a mummy-like costume after being convinced by his near-death experience that his new mission is to defend the innocent.
The trailer suggests that things have changed a bit in “Moon Knight”. Here we first meet “Steve”, a man played by Oscar Isaacs’ very convincing English accent, who works at a museum somewhere in the UK. But Steve (or is it Stevie?) Seems to be losing his mind as several personalities fight for dominance – including a name Steve has not heard before: Marc. Insert your own Tyler Durden joke here.
But then that must be the reason why whoever Ethan Hawke plays – there are plenty of options, but we’re guessing that it’s Randall, Marc’s evil brother, a villain better known as Shadow Knight – mentions all that chaos .
Along with the trailer, Marvel also released a poster, which we’ve embedded below for your convenience.
“Moon Knight” is directed by lead author Jeremy Slater, who co-created Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy.” Mohamed Diab, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead act as the show’s directors.
According to the official logline, “Moon Knight” will be “a new worldwide action-adventure series featuring a complex vigilante suffering from dissociative identity disorder. and ancient Egypt. “
The show comes on the heels of Marvel Studios, which debuted its first series of original series in 2021, beginning with “WandaVision,” continuing with “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Loki” and “What If?” and finished with “Hawkeye” during the holidays. “Moon Knight” will be 2022’s first offering as Marvel Studios continues the overall Marvel Cinematic Universe story on the small screen with “She-Hulk”, “Ms. Marvel” and Samuel L. Jackson-led limited series “Secret Invasion” are expected to arrive at Disney + this year.
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