MCU’s new character Moon Knight now available on Disney+ . Starring Oscar Issac, this is Marvel’s completely new chapter that we’ve been waiting ever since, releasing it’s first ever episode of Season 1 on Disney+ yesterday. Directed by Mohamed Diab, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, Moon Knight is based on Marvel Comics superhero of the same title.
The story of Moon Knight follows Steven Grant who is an employee get glimpses of memories from the past life with reoccurring blackouts. Steven Grant finds out that he has Dissociative Identity Disorder sharing his body and mind with Marc Spector, a mercenary. Struggling through the identity disorder, Marc and Steven fight against emerging encounters of enemies whilst experiencing mysteries among the Gods of Egypt. The story does looks like something completely off the table till now on the MCU grounds. Moon Knight’s episode 1 debuted on the Disney+ at 3.AM on Wednesday 30th March.
Checkout Moon Knight’s trailer here:
In the very first episode of Moon Knight, we can see Steven fighting with his sleeping issues, dozing off at unusual times. This absurdness does cost him his love life but soon he realizes some other stuff is also happening while he’s asleep. Basically imagine a hectic as hell life from which you’re trying to flee and at the same time in that hectic life you keep dozing off at unusual times, this scenario backed up by Wham’s “Wake Me Up, Before You Go” does make the whole episode a lot more interesting and much more captivating fans to look into Steven Grant’s much amusing life mixed with the twisted story of Marc Spector.
Moon Knight is scheduled to run for 6 episodes started from 30th March, 2022 to May 4 and comes under Phase Four of MCU.