With Disney+ and Marvel Studios Oscar Isaac (dune“Star Wars VII-IX”) & Ethan Hawke (Training Day, The Good Lord Bird) – featuring a live action series moon knight set to hit the streets on March 30, viewers get a taste of what to expect in the form of an exclusive image of Mr. Knight as Isaac (who returned in 2014 in the volume 7 of the comic drawn by the artist Declan Shalvey like the look adopted as a police consultant). “He’s Brutal,” Leads Marvel Studios Kevin Feige revealed in an interview with Empire which is expected to go live next week. “It’s been fun working with Disney+ and seeing the limits of what we’re able to do. There are times [in the series] when Moon Knight laments another character, and it’s loud and brutal, and the knee-jerk reaction is, “We’re going to stand down, aren’t we?” No. We are not backing down. There is a change in tone. It’s a different thing. It’s Moon Knight.” Now here’s the big question. Is today’s posting of the image a sign of an upcoming Super Bowl Sunday teaser? Hmmm…
Now, with all that buildup, here’s a look at Empire sharing a look at the exclusive image of “Mr. Knight” via Twitter:
And here’s a look at Shalvey’s reaction to seeing his artwork come to life:
And here’s a look at two of the specials moon knight-themed covers are coming out next week, and we’re just going to say it now that we’re all artists Bill Sienkiewicz‘stake:
Here’s a throwback to the official trailer, with Disney+ moon knight scheduled to premiere March 30:
When mild-mannered gift shop clerk Steven Grant is plagued with memory lapses and memories of
another life, he discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector.
As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge on them, they must navigate their complex identities while being thrust into a
deadly mystery among the mighty gods of Egypt.
Joining Isaac and Hawke in the streaming series is Mai Calamawy (from Hulu Rummy) and the late Gaspard ulliel (Hannibal rising), with Mohammad Diab (Shock, Cairo 678) joined by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (infinity, synchronic) in the circle of administrators. Jeremy Slater is the head writer and executive producer, alongside Isaac, Diab, Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Grant Curtisand Brad Winderbaum. Trevor Waterson and Rebecca Kirsch co-executive producer, with Marvel Studio as production studio.