Moon Knight: A First Look at Oscar Isaac in Costume has Leaked Online!

The first two photos of Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight have just leaked online! Take a look below and find out how the Fist of Khonshu will look like in live-action TV show for Disney+.

Fans of Moon Knight have been waiting a long time to see Oscar Isaac in live-action as their favorite hero.

The first image doesn’t reveal to much because it is mostly in that shadows and we can’t see fine costume details, but the second one shows the costume in all it’s glory!

These images almost for sure weren’t ready for a release and we don’t know how they leaked or exactly from where, but we can at least enjoy them.

You can check them out below.

The costume looks amazing and really comic accurate, and we can’t wait to see it in action.

Some people were speculating that we could see alternations to the costume to make it look more ‘real-life’, but it looks like Marvel has gone a different route and will embrace more the look of supernatural from the source material and we couldn’t agree more with them.

Cairo 678 director Mohamed Diab is behind the Moon Knight camera, and it was recently revealed that the Disney+ series has also enlisted Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead (The Endless, Synchronic) to helm additional episodes. Jeremy Slater (The Umbrella Academy; The Exorcist) will serve as showrunner, and is leading the show’s writing team.

We still don’t have plot details, but it is expected to follow comics closely, especially now when we have seen the costume.

In Moon Knight comics, Marc Spector is a highly skilled mercenary with numerous alter-egos, using the power of the Egyptian moon god Khonshu to fight against crime in LA.

We still don’t know the official Moon Knight release date on Disney Plus, but hope to see it somewhere at the beggining of the next year.

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