Marvel's Moon Knight One Week Countdown Begins Today with Thrilling Teaser

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The hype is on as Moon Knight begins its one-week countdown today releasing a thrilling teaser of what the show has to offer. The Marvel show is on a high note with a promise of action and excitement as it introduces the titular character’s origins and delves into the mythos that the franchise has in store, dealing with new villains and threats.

Marvel proudly announced that there is one week left before the release of Moon Knight and fans are excited as the show will definitely explore more on the mythos that the franchise has. The series is expected to look deeper into the origins of the titular character and his connection to the ancient Egyptian God of the Moon, Khonshu.

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Moon Knight follows a regular gift shop employee, Steven Grant, who has trouble drawing the line between his dreams and his waking life, having nightmares of a life different than what he has. As he discovers about Marc Spector, another persona in him who is a mercenary, he finds out that he has a dissociative identity disorder. The series is expected to expound on the origins of his character and trace it back to the God of the Moon, Khonshu.

Marvel has had its fair share of mythos since it launched and the Cinematic universe already revealed the Norse myths on Thor, a new side of things are coming up with the exploration of Egyptian myths in the series of Moon Knight.

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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 Gaspar Ulliel as Anton Mogart, Lucy Thackeray as Donna, and F. Murray Abraham as Khonshu.

Moon Knight arrives on Disney Plus at 3 AM EST on March 30, 2022 where there would be six episodes to be released weekly. There is no news yet as to the release of the series on DVD but what is sure is that it would be available on the service in the highest streaming quality, 4K. It is rated TV-14 which means those who are aged 14 years or above can watch the show; however, they must be accompanied by an adult.