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Moon Knight Details Possibly Reveals Ethan Hawke's Villain

Moon Knight is one of the most highly anticipated new shows coming to Disney+ next year but much of its plot is still a huge mystery. However, it looks like we're finally getting some new details about the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series. For instance, it seems to be confirmed that Ethan Hawke is playing the main villain in the show. In addition to that, the identity of Hawke's character has finally been revealed.

It's no secret that Ethan Hawke will be playing one of the villains in Moon Knight. The Sinister star had even compared his character to the infamous David Koresh, suggesting that he is taking on a truly villainous role.

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But who is Hawke playing in Moon Knight? New intel shared on Reddit confirms that Hawke's role will not be revealed until later in the series. However, he is expected to portray Dracula, the main villain in the MCU show.

It's an interesting revelation considering that fans have several speculations about Hawke's role in Moon Knight. Some believe that he is playing Bushman while others think he is Jack Russell aka Werewolf By Night. However, it looks like most of us were too far off on our guesses.

Dracula's arrival could also mean that a vampire hunter will show up in Moon Knight. Interestingly, the report also states that Mahershala Ali will make an appearance as Blade. This means Ali could be introduced in the series before starring in the Blade reboot.

We're loving all these updates about the characters who will appear in the Moon Knight series. However, it is important to point out that this has not yet been confirmed so it's best to take this with a grain of salt.

Moon Knight will also star Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector. The series has not yet been given an official release date but is expected to premiere on Disney+ in 2022.

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