The highly awaited climax of Marvel’s Moon Knight will air this week, and it will be impossible to remain calm. The series is now on the verge of ending with its sixth episode releasing on May 4. The episode will show the return of Marc from the afterlife to combat Arthur and his evil way. He’ll also be able to revive Khonshu, inheriting his abilities as well as his suit. The episode is directed by Mohamed Diab and written by Danielle Iman and Jeremy Slater. The final episode teaser teases an epic clash between Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) and Marc Spector, the titular Moon Knight (Oscar Isaac).
Fans have been following Oscar Isaac’s Steven Grant as he learns that he shares his body with another person, that he is possessed by an Egyptian god, and that he may go insane. The reaction has been overwhelmingly positive, and Marvel Studios appears to have delivered yet another fantastic Marvel series. In the most recent episode, the truth about Marc Spector and the events that led to his Dissociative Identity Disorder was finally exposed. Though fans haven’t seen much of Moon Knight this season, the trailer appears to hint that the final episode will change that, showing us a glimpse of Moon Knight’s final battle with Harrow. Fans may finally get to see the entire scope of Moon Knights’ ability and talents, something they have been anticipating.
According to reports, the final sixth episode of the series would be only 44–45 minutes long. With so much tale to tell as we head into the episode, it’s difficult to envision Moon Knight providing a satisfactory denouement. The director of Moon Knight’s upcoming conclusion, Mohamed Diab, has given some hints about what to expect from the surprise finale. He said, “I hope it’s a satisfying wrap-up to our story. I feel it is. There are some surprises. I think the audience deserves a big action sequence, but it’s more than that. It has some twists and turns, and I really feel like it’s a satisfying ending. “
Watch Moon Knight’s finale trailer: