Was Oscar Isaac Inadvertently Confirmed as Moon Knight by Feige?

Rebecca Kaplan

Rebecca Kaplan (she/he) has a Master of Science in Criminology and Juris Doctor, but really prefers the Disney Parks and Marvel comics. To the disappointment of her law school, she’s really a geek at heart and would rather have a glass of Sokovian Iced Tea with Scarlet Witch than any non-fiction person. You can find her writing online at MarvelBlog, StarTrek.com, Comics Bookcase, Prism Comics, and in Double Challenge: Being LGBTQ and a Minority, which she co-authored with her wife, Avery Kaplan. Find her at @RebeccaKaplan6

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  1. March 21, 2021

    […] Details surrounding Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight are slim, but the show is slated to start production soon, and will premiere sometime in 2022 after the She-Hulk series. Although Isaac hasn’t been officially confirmed by Disney or Marvel Studios as Marc Spector, the secret is all but out, even Marvel boss Kevin Feige inadvertently confirmed it, which you can read more about here at Marvel Blog. […]

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