The release date revealed for the Marvel series on Disney +

It must be a full moon out there … because Disney has finally revealed a release date for Knights of the Moon, The Disney + series centered on the titular Crescent Crusader, played by online favorite oscar isaac – which we have been waiting a long time to step into a Marvel Studios role. The show is set to be released on Disney + on March 30, as revealed in a tweet published by Disney earlier today during the NFL Super Wild Card game.

It stars Isaac as Marc Spector, a former U.S. Marine with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), who takes over the powers of an Egyptian moon god and subsequently takes the watchful moniker of Moon Knight.

Only small pieces of footage from the show have been released so far, and the first will be on Disney + Day back in November. The first clip caught some scorn across the Twittersphere due to confusion surrounding Isaacs accent in the role. While Spector is from the USA in the original comics – he appears for the first time in number 32 of Werewolves at night, in August 1975 – Isaac’s interpretation seems to speak to a cockney British twang. Think we’ll have to wait for the series.

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Image via Disney +

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Together with Hawke and Isaac, Gaspard Ulliel and maj Calamawy expected to play significant roles across the series. It is produced by Marvel maestro Kevin Feige, together with Tommy Turtle and Jeremy Slater. The episode of the series will be directed by Justin Benson, Mohamed Diab, and Aaron Moorhead.

Only a brief synopsis is currently available for the show, but it teases what should be a strong, dark and supernatural series:

“A former U.S. Marine struggling with dissociative identity disorder is assigned the powers of an Egyptian moon god. But he soon finds out that these newfound powers can be both a blessing and a curse to his troubled life.”

Knights of the Moon premieres at Disney + on March 30th. See the new poster below:


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Image via Disney


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Oscar Isaac says that ‘Moon Knight’ is the “most challenging” role in his career

Isaac also talked about the freedom he had to experiment on the set for the Marvel series.

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