Marvel’s Moon Knight: Featurette Video And Three New Posters Revealed

Marvel's Moon Knight: Featurette Video And Three New Posters Revealed

Marvel’s Moon Knight, the upcoming Disney+ series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is closing in, with less than three weeks until the premiere. Marvel Studios today revealed a featurette video and three new posters which show different personalities of the titular character.

In the featurette video, stars Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, and May Calamawy, as well as producer Kevin Feige and director Mohamed Diab, are talking about the upcoming series which follows Steven Grant, Marc Spector, Mr. Knight, and Moon Knight, who are all in fact the same person, played by X-Men: Apocalypse and Star Wars star Oscar Isaac.

The series is also starring Ethan Hawke as the villain Arthur Harrow, May Calamawy as Layla El-Faouly, and late actor  Gaspard Ulliel, who tragically died after a skiing accident posthumously portrays Anton Mogart, also known as the Midnight Man.

You can check new posters, featurette video, and official synopsis down below:

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“Moon Knight follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life. Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must navigate their complex identities while thrust into a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt.” — Marvel’s Moon Knight, official synopsis

Moon Knight is the sixth official MCU series which will be released on Disney+. The series will introduce the first-ever live-action incarnation of the popular character that was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin in 1975.

Created by Jeremy Slater, the 6-episode Moon Knight mini-series will premiere on Disney+ on March 30, 2022.

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