The Mandalorian's Pedro Pascal Supports Oscar Isaac MCU Debut in Moon Knight

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Moon Knight is finally out and fans are already loving Oscar Isaac's debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe series. Not surprisingly, even Isaac's friends are hyped up for the new Disney+ show. The Mandalorian Season 3 star Pedro Pascal is supporting the Dune actor's arrival in the MCU!

Pedro Pascal and Oscar Isaac had previously starred together in Triple Frontier but the two have been great friends for a long time. So it's no surprise that the former Game of Thrones actor decided to snap a photo of Isaac's Moon Knight poster and proudly shared it on his Instagram stories. Check it out below.

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It's always great to see stars supporting other stars and it's even obvious that Pedro Pascal is truly proud of Oscar Isaac's MCU debut. So is there any chance we'll get to see the two of them work on another project together? For now, there haven't been any updates on Pascal or Isaac's future projects but hopefully, they will work together again soon.

Moon Knight premiered on March 30 and the first episode immediately got into the action as Steven Grant discovers something strange happening to him. After a disastrous encounter with Arthur Harrow, Steven passes out for two days and realizes that he may have been active despite being unconscious. At one point, a woman he had been calling on his phone calls him Marc instead of Steven. When Harrow uses a mysterious monster to attack him, Steven transforms into Moon Knight and defeats the monster.


Moon Knight will consist of six episodes and it is still unclear whether the series will get a second season. In the meantime, Moon Knight Episode 2 has not yet been given an official title. The next episode will premiere on Disney+ on Wednesday, April 6, 2022.

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