A new report suggests that Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight series will make its Disney + debut soon, with a trailer likely to debut during the Super Bowl.
Despite the secrecy surrounding the project, Marvel Studios’ started Knights of the Moon can be just around the corner.
A report by The Illuminerdis Brandon Matthews suggests that the series will be launched on March 30th. Matthews also claimed that like Hawkeye and WandaVision before that, Knights of the Moon broadcasts two episodes for the premiere. Given that the series’ first season will run in six episodes, this expected schedule will see Knights of the Moon unfold through April 27th.
Marvel Studios has kept a lot of Knights of the Moon‘s production under wrap, will first release a short teaser for the series in November 2021 as part of Disney + Day. This recording gave fans a look at Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector, a vigilante diagnosed with a disassociative identity disorder. In the comics, the vigilant’s mental state manifests itself as several people, such as an eccentric millionaire named Steven Grant and a street taxi driver named Jake Lockley. The teaser for Knights of the Moon suggests that this character element will be transferred to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Isaac is shown struggling with his psyche.
Isaac said the portrayal of Moon Knight was one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of his career. “I could not wait to get started,” he said. “It was the biggest workload I’ve ever had in my career and most challenging because of the sheer amount of things we had to do in eight months – and yet I could not wait to get started and work.”
Knights of the Moon will also star Ethan Hawke in an undisclosed role that many believe is the series’ villain. Although the actor has not yet confirmed to the public who he is portraying, Hawke revealed his Knights of the Moon role for a self-proclaimed Marvel superfan: his son. Hawke said his son’s intricate knowledge of MCU helped him play his character accurately, saying, “He was my favorite resource.” Some also suspect Knights of the Moon will feature an appearance from Mahershala Ali’s Blade. In the comics, Moon Knight and Blade share a penchant for fighting night creatures such as vampires and werewolves, making a team-up an appropriate way to introduce the vampire hunter to the MCU audience.
While Knights of the Moon is guaranteed to have a star-studded cast, one of its directors may be one of the series’ biggest attractions. Rumor has it that George Clooney will direct at least one episode of the series, joining the confirmed series director Mohamed Diab. Clooney, who infamously played Bruce Wayne in the critically panned Batman and Robin, previously directed Isaac for the 2017 film Suburbicon and received Acadamy Award nominations for his work with Good night and good luck and March Ides.
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