Oscar Isaac confirms: "Moon Knight will be back ..."

Oscar Isaac confirms: Moon Knight will be back ...

Oscar Isaac confirms

The Fist of Khonsu will return, but now the question is not "if" there will be a second season of Moon Knight, but "when and how". The star of the Marvel series, Oscar Isaac, has indeed hinted that the vigilante will appear again in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he is not so sure he can do it in a TV series.

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Oscar Isaac: “Moon Knight will return”, but no one knows where, how and when

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I don't know if there will be a second season… But all I can say is that it is not the last time we will hear about Moon Knight.

Although the series is set within the MCU, Moon Knight is largely a story in its own right. It has a beginning, a middle, and an ending to its story arc, above all it keeps possible references to the larger shared universe of Marvel Studios to a minimum. Additionally, Isaac initially signed on for the first season of Moon Knight, meaning he wasn't forced to reprise the role in the future.| ); } Despite all this, and despite no plans for a second season announced, there have been numerous rumors from cast and crew members, suggesting that Isaac's Moon Knight will be back, somewhere, sooner or later. It looks like the success of the Moon Knight series on Disney Plus may have started a trend towards more self-contained MCU stories. Just a few days ago, Marvel Studios unveiled the Disney + Licantropus special (for friends, Werewolf by Night), which has also found some success.

This is noteworthy, considering the fact that the comic version of Marc Spector / Moon Knight actually made his first appearance in an issue of Marvel Comics' Werewolf by Night in 1975. According to the lead actor, it's just a matter of understanding the format at this point. the time and especially the place where Moon Knight will be released again.

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Oscar Isaac Confirms The MCU Hasn't Seen The Last Of Moon Knight

Oscar Isaac smiling © lev radin/Shutterstock Oscar Isaac smiling

One of the biggest questions fans had the year the Marvel Studios-Disney+ series debuted was if these were limited programs or if they would have multiple seasons. It wasn't long before we found out it was both, with 'WandaVision' being the former and 'Loki' getting another go. These sequel seasons will be on a case-by-case basis, but there are certain series fans seem to want to see again more than others.

The MCU fandom is pretty divided regarding Disney+ properties, with some feeling they don't live up to the hype, while others think they're solid programs. 'Moon Knight' was well-received, with an impressive 90% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. This was largely thanks to Oscar Isaac's remarkable performance as Stephen, Marc, and their antihero alter-ego Moon Knight. For a while, there were no rumblings about the series getting a second season, but rumors started flying when director Mohammad Diab reposted a TikTok on Twitter that featured him with Issac in Cairo. Now the actor is getting in on the rumor-sparking action, but it might not mean what you think it does.

Oscar Isaac at NYCC © Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Oscar Isaac at NYCC

Who needs a Season 2 when a character can make their way into an MCU film? Oscar Issac was at 2022's New York Comic-Con and revealed something major about Moon Knight. When asked about seeing the character again, the actor gave the best tease in the world. 'Are you looking at a Season 2? All I can say is it is not the last we've heard of the system that is Moon Knight,' Isaac said (via Popverse).

It definitely looks like we're seeing Moon Knight again, but Isaac's comments don't necessarily suggest it'll be in the form of a second season. We very well might skip that altogether and move the antihero to the big screen. This could be his own film, or it could be some team-up. Midnight Sons, anyone? While we don't know if it'll be the little or big screen we'll be seeing Moon Knight on next, we just need to thank our lucky stars we're seeing him at all.

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