Oscar Isaac Hints at More Personalities to Come in ‘Moon Knight’
With fans firmly engulfed in the turmoil between Steven Grant and Marc Spector, series star Oscar Isaac has hinted at more personalities to come in Moon Knight.
There is a certainty to the fact that Marvel’s latest series has been far and away one of its most consistently well-received projects to date.
The series balances perfect the careful and dangerous track of both being incredibly grounded and real, while also involving the mystical and mythical of ancient deities.
Moon Knight is a story that is quite unlike any that Marvel has attempted in the past, and brings to life characters that- throughout just two episodes- are among the most interesting that Marvel has ever crafted.
Steven Grant is the mild-mannered (former) gift store clerk who struggles with the horrible uncertainty of his dissociative identity disorder; his life is essentially falling apart as his mental illness dictates when he is no longer in control.
It is Grant that struggles for control of his persons against the former mercenary known as Marc Spector; the main avatar of Khonshu whose primary function is to embody the Fist of Vengeance and fight unjust entities as the vigilante known as Moon Knight
The source material for the incredibly underrated character has three [primary identities, which has made many fans question if these two personalities are all that is to the incredibly intriguing character.
It may not be, after all, as Oscar Isaac hints at more personalities to come in the Moon Knight series.
ComicBook.com reported an interaction that occurred on the red carpet, in which a Spanish-speaking interviewer asked Isaac, “You’re evolving. You’re doing two amazing characters here. How difficult was it for you personally?”
The interesting aspect is Isaac’s response, as he states, “Maybe more than two. It could be. You have to watch the series.”
Jake Lockley is the third entity that is missing from the series, and many signs point to Jake most likely be explored and uncovered in the next two episodes; with the narrative likely explaining that he has been present this entire time.