One of the newest heroes to be introduced by Marvel would be Moon Knight wherein his origins would be revealed in a series on Disney Plus. The show will be tracing back as to who he is, how he gets his powers, how he transforms, and how he could change from one person to another despite being in the same body. How many episodes will there be and when will they be released?
Moon Knight will be following the story of Steven Grant who works at a gift shop and he struggles in life through blackouts and having memories of living another life whilst being unaware that he does that kind of thing. Later, Steven discovers that there is something sinister going on inside him. He found out that he has a dissociative identity disorder and Marc Spector, a mercenary, shares a body with him.
Oscar Isaac plays Moon Knight and he would be joined by Ethan Hawke as Arthur Harrow, May Calamawy as Layla, Loic Mabanza as Bushman, the late Gaspard Ulliel as Anton Mogart, Lucy Thackeray as Donna, and F. Murray Abraham as Khonshu.
How Many Episodes Will Moon Knight Have?
Unlike WandaVision and What If..? which were both given 9 episodes, Moon Knight will be following the footsteps of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki, and Hawkeye which only had 6 episodes. Moon Knight is expected to deliver a whole origin story of a hero in just six runs and it could really get packed with each episode considering how loaded each of the episodes of the previous shows are.
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When Will Moon Knight be Released on Disney Plus?
Moon Knight will have 6 episodes releasing weekly which will start on March 30, 2022 exclusively on Disney Plus. It will be released on a weekly basis and the series is expected to run until May 4, 2022, just in time before Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness arrives. This pattern has been consistent with the MCU, leaving only a few days before the next project comes out.
Are you excited to finally meet Moon Knight, Steven Grant, and Marc Spector in one person?
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