‘Moon Knight’ Producers Now Working on MCUs ‘Fantastic Four’
With the season finale concluding one of the best projects in Marvel’s catalog, Moon Knight producers are now working on the MCUs Fantastic Four.
It is not hyperbole to state that Moon Knight was Marvel’s best series yet; with the project encompassing so much of what makes the MCU fantastic.
Exploring what are the most mature themes that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has ever attempted to delve into, Moon Knight touched on moments of child abuse and mental illness that defined the struggles of the story’s main character.
It was the immense care that Marvel utilized when discussing this character and his afflictions, partnered with the ability to transition the story into the action-packed and massive scale of a traditional Marvel project.
This is what makes the MCU as a whole such an interesting endeavor; it is so able to seamlessly weave from a dramatic narrative that feels incredibly human, into a store of mythical begins fighting over the vengeful treatment of humanity.
The series was, by all accounts and metrics, an astronomical success, and Marvel has clearly taken notice as Moon Knight producers are now working on the MCU’s Fantastic Four.
First reported by ComicBook.com, Moon Knight writer Jeremy Slater stated that both producer Grant Curtis and Nick Pepin were moving on to work on assembling the MCU debut of Marvel’s first family.
The best part about this news is why it should work incredibly well; what the producers of Moon Knight were able to do was hire and cast individuals who truly understood how best to bring these characters and this world to life in a believable and heartfelt way.
They understood the power of having passionate and talented voices like the incomparable Oscar Isaac, Jeremy Slater, and Mohammed Diab exploring a true character study of a project that emphasized the journey of Marc Spector above anything else.
It was creative, touching, and brilliantly crafted, and the talented eye for talent that Grant Curtis and Nick Pepin exhibited during Moon Knight made them the perfect duo to bring the Fantastic Four to the big screen.
Now just hire Brad Bird already.