Oscar Isaac Promises We Haven’t Seen the Last of Moon Knight
It was among the best Disney+ streaming projects of the year, and after its first season, and some uncertainty as to whether or not it could be picked up in the future, Oscar ISaac has promised that we haven’t seen the last of Moon Knight.
In the entire Phase Four slate- both of theatrical release and streaming projects- there is no denying that Moon Knight stood out as the most enigmatic of them all.
A series that would delve into one of the most mysterious and difficult characters in the history of the Marvel Universe, there was so much unknown about where the MCU would take this character, and how he would fit into what they had been building for over a decade.
The project had some incredible talent attached to be part of it, but the worry and uncertainty were still very present and very real, and when the project debuted, it was easily among the greatest creations in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Moon Knight told the story of Marc Spector- a man who suffers from multiple personalities, and delusions- who is gifted the power of the moon god Khonshu to become a vigilante of the night on behalf of the vengeful deity.
It was a series that didn’t just work, it was phenomenal, and it was among the most mature projects that Marvel Studios had ever crafted; speaking to heavy subjects like mental illness and child abuse in a way that felt true but also accessible in this kind of cinematic Universe.
When that series ended, there was a lot of hope for a follow-up, but also a lot of uncertainty as to whether or not that would happen; but we have some good news, as Oscar Isaac has just promised that we haven’t seen the last of Moon Knight.
Speaking to New York Comic-Con, Isaac stated, “All I can say is it’s not the last we’ve heard of the system that is Moon Knight.”
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Obviously, this is no concrete guarantee, as anything can happen and anything can change between now and whenever this project is discussed, but it at least speaks to Isaac’s willingness to delve back into this character again; and we would all certainly love to see that/