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Oscar Isaac teases more Moon Knight in the MCU at New York Comic Con 2022

During his spotlight panel, Isaac promised that the six-episode Disney+ show is "not the last" fans will see of the character
Moon Knight
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Moon Knight fans, take heart: at New York Comic Con 2022, Oscar Isaac teased that Steven Grant, Marc Spector, and even Jake Lockley, might be return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Speaking during his spotlight panel at NYCC ’22, Isaac said about the character(s) he’s created for the fan-favorite Disney+ series, “It’s not the last that we have heard about the system that is Moon Knight.” That said, he wouldn’t be drawn on just where or when the fist of Khonshu would be seen again.

The six-issue Moon Knight series on Disney+ launched March 30, with new episodes debuting weekly afterwards. While the final episode provided some level of closure on the storyline for the character, it pointedly ended with the introduction of a third alter inside Moon Knight’s system of personalities, suggesting that more of the story remained to be told.

Previously, both Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Isaac himself had suggested that the actor’s time in the MCU was not necessarily unlimited, with Isaac referring to Moon Knight as a limited series. It’s worth noting, of course, that Marvel Studios had previously used the “limited series” terminology to describe Loki, a Disney+ series that ended its run with the surprise announcement of a second season.

Expect more teases, if not more concrete information, about Moon Knight’s next on-screen appearance soon, as Marvel enters its Phase 4 of programming.


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